2015 Subaru Legacy
25,717 Miles
$20,999

Colorado Springs, CO
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2017 Subaru Legacy
2,329 Miles
$29,997

Albuquerque, NM
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2015 Subaru Legacy
52,463 Miles
$20,591

Loveland, CO
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2013 Subaru Legacy
16,893 Miles
$16,997

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Subaru Legacy
4,533 Miles
$27,497

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Subaru Legacy
5,320 Miles
$27,497

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Subaru Legacy
4,420 Miles
$27,997

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Subaru Legacy
2,184 Miles
$29,997

Albuquerque, NM
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2016 Subaru Legacy
18,279 Miles
$27,777

Albuquerque, NM
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2013 Subaru Legacy
58,216 Miles
$13,995

Easton, PA
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2015 Subaru Legacy
34,872 Miles
$18,993

Meridian, ID
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2015 Subaru Legacy
38,281 Miles
$17,999

Roseburg, OR
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2015 Subaru Legacy
27,675 Miles
$18,998

Glenwood Springs, CO
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2016 Subaru Legacy
9,016 Miles
$22,960

Milford, DE
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2015 Subaru Legacy
24,799 Miles
$25,992

Medford, OR
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2014 Subaru Legacy
20,519 Miles
$18,750

Troy, NY
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2015 Subaru Legacy
29,708 Miles
$18,000

Troy, NY
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2015 Subaru Legacy
9,737 Miles
$20,750

Troy, NY
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2013 Subaru Legacy
25,215 Miles
$19,675

Casper, WY
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2014 Subaru Legacy
29,395 Miles
$18,490

Omaha, NE
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Subaru Legacy Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.9
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
4.1

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Subaru Legacy Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Subaru Legacy - Wonderful Family Car

24935, West Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
The main thing I like about this car was how much space is inside. I have two toddlers and we have a lot of stuff to carry around with us and it seems to fit everything perfectly. There is plenty of room for my kids' in car seats in the back and even when my long-legged husband rides in it, there is still plenty of leg room for him and the kid behind him. I also like the cupholder the folds down in middle of the back seat. That is very helpful when hauling children. The car doesn't seem to have any problem in the snow. It ran through it great last winter without any sliding. I love how it drives. It holds turns really well and is very smooth on our bumpy back roads. It definitely has power and it feels very sturdy and safe. I have hit one deer with it, completely crushing the front-end... (more)
Title
We took this car camping this past summer at the river. I loved it because I put all the wet clothes on the hood and top to dry in the sun. We used the trunk open all day to put food in so the ants/bees wouldn't get in it. It was great to have such an all purpose car.
Pros
Space would be the most positive thing about this vehicle. There is plenty of room for kids, adults, and "stuff". I even take my dog, a German Short-haired Pointer, with me in the front seat sometimes. I love that the car has AWD. We live in the country and it's nice to know you have a vehicle to get you around, no matter the terrain. When riding in this vehicle, you set up off the road more than in other cars. It feels shorter than an SUV but higher than a car, which I think is great. I really like to drive this car. It really holds on to the road and makes turns effortlessly. The small c... (more)
Cons
I think the worst feature to this vehicle would be how the trunk opens. The only way I can get my trunk open is to use the key. So, if the car is running, I have to turn the car off, open the trunk, then start the car again. This can be very annoying. I also do not like that the gas tank lid has to be opened from inside. I don't know if it's my car in particular but the air conditioning has never been very cold. We can put it the fan on high and it take forever to cool the entire car down. I do not like that the speakers are in the doors. I know most, or maybe all, vehicles do this but it ... (more)

2012 Subaru Legacy - 2012 Subaru Legacy Positive Experience

Harrisonburg, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The 2012 Subaru Legacy I purchased new has been an overall good car and I have had mostly positive experiences with it. The car is all wheel drive and hold the road very well, especially where I live, which is a mountainous area. The car holds itself well in inclement weather, and I have driven comfortably in it in snow and rain without having a bad experience. The car has pretty good fuel economy; I commute about 40 minutes each way to my current job and I have to fill up the tank about once a week. I have never had to add oil to the car and the car has needed minimal maintenance since I bought it. One inconvenience I did have with the car is that I busted one tire shortly after I bought the car and I had to replace all four tires, which cost me a fair amount of money. Also, when ther... (more)
Title
I have gone on the Devil's Backbone road that is all curves, and the car was able to be driven fast and still hold the road really well.
Pros
Able to turn on the car remotely in hot or cold weather, so that the temperature is comfortable when I'm ready to drive it. Good fuel economy. Holds the road well, even in bad weather. Fair price for value.
Cons
Having to replace all four tires at once, even if there's nothing wrong with the others. Confusing signals from the cars computer, including the tire inflation light and lights going on and off that don't signal a particular problem and have to be taken to a mechanic in order to be diagnosed.

2007 Subaru Legacy - The perfect sedan

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I think the Subaru Legacy is a great car for anyone. It is budget friendly (for the most part), and drives like a sports car (to me at least). The tires are special "low profile" tires, and due to this countless donuts have successfully been done, as well as more importantly, the car has saved my butt in the snow so many times. The car has put up with so many fender benders that stupid 16 year old me had gotten into, and it still goes so strong. Therefore I can say it is very reliable, especially in the hands of a teenager. It is of course a stylish car, I think it has that "sexy" look that cars can have. The fuel economy is great, once I taught my lead foot to chill out. Especially with the long trips home I made from college. The audio system is pretty good too, since I have it on th... (more)
Title
I am 24 now, but my guy friends salivating over it in high school and doing donuts in the high school parking lot.
Pros
How good it is in the snow The way it drives in general Repairs and insurance aren't crazy Fuel economy
Cons
Uh, nothing? Haha It can't morph into an SUV when I need to pack a lot for road trips. But really that's it.