2.5i Premium 4dr Sedan
2012 Subaru Legacy

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Engine Engine 2.5LH-4
MPG MPG 19 City / 27 Hwy
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2012 Legacy Overview

All-wheel drive makes the Subaru Legacy an excellent choice for anyone who wants a midsize sedan capable of handling the worst weather.These cars are particularly enjoyable to drive through the mountains where winding roads may be dry, wet, icy or covered with snow.However, responsive handling, respectable performance and handsome styling make the Legacy enjoyable to own even when the sun is shining and the roads are dry.

All Legacy models are sedans.If you want a wagon, check out the Outback.Among midsize sedans, the Legacy doesn't seem overly large, thanks to relatively short overhangs front and rear and a coupe-like roofline.Distinctive styling helps the Legacy stand apart from other midsize sedans.Aggressive wheel arches are complemented with edged flares.

The 2012 Legacy offers a choice of three powertrains: Legacy 2.5i comes with a 2.5-liter single-overhead cam four-cylinder, Legacy 2.5GT features a turbocharged double overhead-cam four-cylinder, while the Legacy 3.6R has a 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine.All are Subaru's signature horizontally opposed engines, two flat-4s and a flat-6, which keep the center of gravity low for improved handling.

The Subaru Legacy 2.5i gets good fuel economy and we found it effortless to drive, especially with the optional continuously variable transmission: put it in Drive and go.The Legacy 2.5GT is sporty and fun to drive with its turbocharged engine and manual gearbox.The Legacy 3.6R has strong low-rpm power from its big six-cylinder engine for excellent drivability; it's powerful and luxurious.All of them are enjoyable to drive and offer good handling, the benefits of all-wheel drive, a low center of gravity and nicely tuned suspensions.

Inside, the Legacy is wonderfully comfortable, with high-quality interior trim.We particularly liked the perforated leather on the Limited models.These aren't luxury cars, but they are premium cars in terms of the quality of materials and the engineering that goes into them.Front- and rear-seat legroom is adequate.Trunk space measures 14.7 cubic feet, average for the segment.

The 2012 Legacy represents the fifth generation of the model, which was completely redesigned for 2010.Only minor changes have made their way into the lineup since then.Changes for 2012 have consisted almost entirely of new standard equipment and option packages.Among them:

2012 Subaru Legacy models offer a new Alloy Wheel Package that includes fog lights and cold-weather equipment.Audio systems have been upgraded on 2012 Legacy Premium and 2012 Legacy Limited models.Fog lights are now standard on 2012 Legacy Limited models.
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2012 Legacy Overview

All-wheel drive makes the Subaru Legacy an excellent choice for anyone who wants a midsize sedan capable of handling the worst weather.These cars are particularly enjoyable to drive through the mountains where winding roads may be dry, wet, icy or covered with snow.However, responsive handling, respectable performance and handsome styling make the Legacy enjoyable to own even when the sun is shining and the roads are dry.

All Legacy models are sedans.If you want a wagon, check out the Outback.Among midsize sedans, the Legacy doesn't seem overly large, thanks to relatively short overhangs front and rear and a coupe-like roofline.Distinctive styling helps the Legacy stand apart from other midsize sedans.Aggressive wheel arches are complemented with edged flares.

The 2012 Legacy offers a choice of three powertrains: Legacy 2.5i comes with a 2.5-liter single-overhead cam four-cylinder, Legacy 2.5GT features a turbocharged double overhead-cam four-cylinder, while the Legacy 3.6R has a 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine.All are Subaru's signature horizontally opposed engines, two flat-4s and a flat-6, which keep the center of gravity low for improved handling.

The Subaru Legacy 2.5i gets good fuel economy and we found it effortless to drive, especially with the optional continuously variable transmission: put it in Drive and go.The Legacy 2.5GT is sporty and fun to drive with its turbocharged engine and manual gearbox.The Legacy 3.6R has strong low-rpm power from its big six-cylinder engine for excellent drivability; it's powerful and luxurious.All of them are enjoyable to drive and offer good handling, the benefits of all-wheel drive, a low center of gravity and nicely tuned suspensions.

Inside, the Legacy is wonderfully comfortable, with high-quality interior trim.We particularly liked the perforated leather on the Limited models.These aren't luxury cars, but they are premium cars in terms of the quality of materials and the engineering that goes into them.Front- and rear-seat legroom is adequate.Trunk space measures 14.7 cubic feet, average for the segment.

The 2012 Legacy represents the fifth generation of the model, which was completely redesigned for 2010.Only minor changes have made their way into the lineup since then.Changes for 2012 have consisted almost entirely of new standard equipment and option packages.Among them:

2012 Subaru Legacy models offer a new Alloy Wheel Package that includes fog lights and cold-weather equipment.Audio systems have been upgraded on 2012 Legacy Premium and 2012 Legacy Limited models.Fog lights are now standard on 2012 Legacy Limited models.Hide Full Review