The 2017 Subaru Legacy

Following 53 months of consecutive sales expansion, Subaru self confessed that it will expand both the Legacy and the Outback model lines with an additional trim level each for 2017. As said on

A far cry from the turbocharged Subaru Legacy 2.5GT, the trendy 2017 Subaru Legacy Sport is sporty in perception only. Subaru’s tried-and-true 2.5-liter flat-four powers the Sport, channeling its 175 horsepower on the car’s standard all-wheel-drive system using a continuously variable automatic transmission with paddle shifters—the same as in the standard Legacy.

The new trim adds external styling features including 18-inch wheels, silver mirror caps, incomprehensible rocker panel lessen, a unseeing gray head grille, and gloss black housings from one end to the other the car’s standard mist lights. Inside, Subaru fits the Legacy Sport with faux carbon fiber and piano-black trim panels, gray and black two-tone cloth seats, and blue stitching throughout. A 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system is standard, and Subaru’sEyeSight is optional. EyeSight now includes automatic high-beams and reverse automatic braking, which can bring the car to a halt when reversing if sensors catch a glimpse of a collision is imminent.

Subaru did not extricate pricing information for the couple models anyhow noted that the not-so-sporty Legacy Sport and the flagship Outback Touring will hit showroom floors this summer.

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