2022 Subaru Legacy

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The 2022 Subaru Legacy sedan is made in Indiana, and has a Midwestern kind of sensibility. It seats five comfortably, and the sedan has a generous 15.1 cubic feet of trunk space. It gets 30 miles per gallon, and comes standard with automatic emergency braking and smartphone capability.

A further example of the Legacy's value-based design is the seats. The standard power-adjustable seats may be cloth, but the fabric is rugged and doesn't make the Legacy feel like a budget car. But if you want more, that's available. There is a Touring XT model with cooled nappa leather seats.

The Legacy hasn't changed for 2022, except for some features including 17-inch alloy wheels on the base model, and an 11.6-inch touchscreen on upper models. Its unflappable flat-4 engine offers 182 horsepower. All-wheel-drive is standard, of course-Subaru's trademark-and its CVT is one of the most driver-friendly units made, with simulated gears and paddle shifting that make it feel like an automatic.

The ride is calm, handling is secure, and the throttle is lively even with that base engine and its modest horsepower. The high-end Touring XT uses a turbocharged engine with 260 hp that accelerates 60 mph in about six seconds.

The 182-hp base model earns EPA ratings of 27 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined, while the turbo-4 gets 24/32/27 mpg. Automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control are standard.

There's much for Subaru to show off in the safety department. The IIHS calls the Legacy a Top Safety Pick+, while the NHTSA gives the sedan five stars in every crash test it performs or calculates.
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The 2022 Subaru Legacy sedan is made in Indiana, and has a Midwestern kind of sensibility. It seats five comfortably, and the sedan has a generous 15.1 cubic feet of trunk space. It gets 30 miles per gallon, and comes standard with automatic emergency braking and smartphone capability.

A further example of the Legacy's value-based design is the seats. The standard power-adjustable seats may be cloth, but the fabric is rugged and doesn't make the Legacy feel like a budget car. But if you want more, that's available. There is a Touring XT model with cooled nappa leather seats.

The Legacy hasn't changed for 2022, except for some features including 17-inch alloy wheels on the base model, and an 11.6-inch touchscreen on upper models. Its unflappable flat-4 engine offers 182 horsepower. All-wheel-drive is standard, of course-Subaru's trademark-and its CVT is one of the most driver-friendly units made, with simulated gears and paddle shifting that make it feel like an automatic.

The ride is calm, handling is secure, and the throttle is lively even with that base engine and its modest horsepower. The high-end Touring XT uses a turbocharged engine with 260 hp that accelerates 60 mph in about six seconds.

The 182-hp base model earns EPA ratings of 27 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined, while the turbo-4 gets 24/32/27 mpg. Automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control are standard.

There's much for Subaru to show off in the safety department. The IIHS calls the Legacy a Top Safety Pick+, while the NHTSA gives the sedan five stars in every crash test it performs or calculates.
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Retail Price

$23,495 - $36,695 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 2.4L H-4, 2.5L H-4
MPG Up to 27 city / 35 highway
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission Lineartronic 8-spd CVT w/OD
Power 182 - 260 hp
Drivetrain all wheel
Curb Weight 3,489 - 3,790 lbs
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