2013 Subaru Legacy
59,635 Miles
$14,599

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2013 Subaru Legacy
40,872 Miles
$19,998

Roseville, CA
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2013 Subaru Legacy
54,855 Miles
$14,998

Indianapolis, IN
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2013 Subaru Legacy
53,020 Miles
$13,599

Jackson, MS
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2013 Subaru Legacy
57,808 Miles
$13,953

Boulder, CO
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2013 Subaru Legacy
73,523 Miles
$14,381

Bend, OR
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2013 Subaru Legacy
136,490 Miles
$7,995

Reno, NV
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2013 Subaru Legacy
59,460 Miles
$10,308

Highland Park, IL
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2013 Subaru Legacy
42,149 Miles
$12,000

South San Francisco, CA
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2013 Subaru Legacy
33,660 Miles
$18,000

Bakersfield, CA
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2013 Subaru Legacy
40,786 Miles
$13,998

Minneapolis, MN
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2013 Subaru Legacy
28,318 Miles
$14,998

Minneapolis, MN
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2013 Subaru Legacy
38,346 Miles
$13,999

Glenwood, MN
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2013 Subaru Legacy
48,097 Miles
$15,000

Rogers, AR
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2013 Subaru Legacy
26,451 Miles
$15,566

Bloomsburg, PA
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2013 Subaru Legacy
135,829 Miles
$9,000

Youngstown, OH
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2013 Subaru Legacy
99,316 Miles
$11,999

Keene, NH
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2013 Subaru Legacy
88,206 Miles
$13,500

Beacon, NY
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2013 Subaru Legacy
10,258 Miles
$16,999

Keene, NH
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2013 Subaru Legacy
90,498 Miles
$12,999

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2013 Subaru Legacy Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
5.0

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2013 Subaru Legacy - Value Safety Economic

Jvlan
Amity Gardens, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Subaru Legacy Sport - 2013 is a sharp looking vehicle. From the 18" wheels and lowered ground clearance to the sunroof and sleek lines this vehicle looks like it could cost over $30,000. The retail price at under $25,000 is a great buy. The gas mileage is 30+ MPG. I love driving it and feel stable around corners and in inclement weather because of the four wheel drive. The trunk is large and can hold a lot of belongings. I love the sound the car makes when you start it up because it is a Porsche engine. The interior is also large. The cabin is comfortable for the driver as well as any passengers. The radio features Sirius which adds to the enjoyment of driving. The radio also offers the ability to connect right to a Bluetooth device allowing for easy access to your own personalized... (more)
Story
Just letting my daughter put her hands out of the sunroof.
Pros
The pros of the Subaru Legacy Sport - 2013 are plenty. The gas mileage is what I am most impressed with. The fuel economy states it gets 21/28 mpg but with my driving I'm averaging 30+mpg. The low profile tires and lowered body moldings make the vehicle feel like a luxury car and looks really nice without paying the price tag for a luxury vehicle. There is plenty of room in the vehicle for passengers and drivers as well as a big trunk. I bought this vehicle used, and based on Subarus reputation I felt confident in the purchase. The vehicle is made to last! The vehicle has held up well for ... (more)
Cons
The cons of the Subaru Legacy Sport - 2013 are hard to find. The biggest issue I have with the vehicle is the radio!!! It does not pick up local channels very well and you have to have the volume turned all the way up just to hear it on some stations. With Sirius that problem is solved but sometimes you need local radio. Also, the acceleration is lacking a little. But with a 4 cylinder that is expected. Sometimes the windows don't roll down when I first start the vehicle, like they are stuck or the electric is not working right. There is no sunscreening on any of the Windows so there is no... (more)

2013 Subaru Legacy - My enjoyment of driving a Subaru Legacy

Chisa
58291
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought a Subaru Legacy in 2013. I was looking for an All Wheel Drive vehicle to use for work. I am a Professional Organizer and often drive to see clients in the country, which means driving on unpaved roads. I have driven across dry dirt, rainy dirt, and even frozen dirt roads without a problem at all. My Legacy handles very well. I have driven my Legacy through rain storms and it felt as if my car was hugging the highway. I have driven during North Dakota snow storms and afterwards when there's still snow on the roads. My Legacy handles all weather very well.
Story
I drove my Legacy to Bemidji, MN to watch a Bryan Adams concert last summer. He still has strong voice and puts on a great show!
Pros
The Subaru Legacy has wonderful leg room. I have three adult sons who are all between 6'2" and 6'4". All of my sons fit comfortably in my car. The Legacy handles well in city and highway traffic, gliding along the road with ease. It gets good gas mileage. I've averaged 45 mpg while driving on interstate highways. The controls on the steering wheel are intuitive, which is a nice improvement on other vehicles I've owned in the past.
Cons
I only have one con to report: the hazard lights are located in a place where it is easy to bump them when you are putting your car in park. I have a medium sized hand and I think anyone with a larger hand could find themselves hitting the hazard lights every single time they put their Legacy in park.

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