2006 Subaru Legacy
77,911 Miles
$6,995

Bayside, NY
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2006 Subaru Legacy
172,302 Miles
$3,999

Huntsville, AL
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2006 Subaru Legacy
125,878 Miles
$9,995

Logan, UT
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2006 Subaru Legacy
135,832 Miles
$5,900

Englewood, CO
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2006 Subaru Legacy
93,980 Miles
$8,490

Portland, OR
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2006 Subaru Legacy
185,263 Miles
$5,000

Waukesha, WI
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2006 Subaru Legacy
$8,490

Milwaukee, WI
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2006 Subaru Legacy
135,297 Miles
$4,499

Salt Lake City, UT
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2006 Subaru Legacy
133,035 Miles
$6,500

Pocatello, ID
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2006 Subaru Legacy
102,396 Miles
$5,500

Fitchburg, MA
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2006 Subaru Legacy
113,190 Miles
$6,391

Englewood, CO
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2006 Subaru Legacy
106,659 Miles
$5,872

Bloomington, IN
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2006 Subaru Legacy
80,887 Miles
$7,990

Lakewood, CO
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2006 Subaru Legacy
140,913 Miles
$4,599

Brooklyn, NY
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2006 Subaru Legacy
124,700 Miles
$6,200

Branford, CT
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2006 Subaru Legacy
111,867 Miles
$5,500

Raleigh, NC
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2006 Subaru Legacy
154,594 Miles
$3,900

Harwood, MD
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2006 Subaru Legacy
105,835 Miles
$5,950

Denver, CO
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2006 Subaru Legacy
123,000 Miles
$6,500

Allentown, PA
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2006 Subaru Legacy Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0

2006 Subaru Legacy Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Subaru Legacy - Great family sedan

Steve
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
5.0
Overall this is a wonderful family sedan. It mainly serves as my wife's car but on the weekends we use it for the family when traveling together. While it's not the best at anything, it's a jack of most trades. Serves as a commuter, family car, can haul groceries/pets, performs well enough in snow (with snow tires), and is simple to operate. But, as mentioned, it's not really the best at anything including fuel economy, speed/acceleration, or being cheap to buy.
Story
Well, the other day my wife was accused of having stolen wheels on the Legacy by a cop. He saw the open ended lug nuts I had to use to get the snow wheel rims on and it looked odd to him...so he naturally figured the wheels were not factory and possibly mismatched to the vehicle.
Pros
It's quite a versatile vehicle. As mentioned there are few things it can't do. Just last weekend it got us through one of the worst blizzards this areas seen in decades. It's also super cheap and easy to work on. Aside from working on the motor and transmission it's a total Lego car. Basic hand tools will allow for pretty much all work. It's also easy to take care of since the motor goes for hundreds of thousands of miles with basic maintenance.
Cons
This car has a horrible tow rating/capacity. 200lbs tongue weight is a joke. Other than our small trailer, properly balanced, it can't tow much. Gas mileage could definitely be better even though it's not horrible. It rivals a 2016 Mustang GT when it comes to fuel economy... but it's missing around 300 extra horsepower!

2006 Subaru Legacy - Great car, would buy again.

JRC
Bridgeton, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I always wanted a Subaru, but they were hard to find used. When I finally found one I jumped on it. Runs great, gets me through the worst weather without issue.
Story
I love the power when at a red light and a younger driver tries to "beat me" when the light turns green and I wave at them as I drive by.
Pros
Runs forever. Great when driving through mud, rain, snow. Lots of cargo room. AWD. Seat warmers.
Cons
Back leg room is kinda cramped, new tires are super expensive due to the 17" rims. Need to replace the rear main seal, but it costs a fortune because you have to pull the engine and tranny because of the AWD.

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