2016 Subaru Legacy
13,533 Miles
$15,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Subaru Legacy
41,880 Miles
$17,250

Troy, NY
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2016 Subaru Legacy
30,265 Miles
$17,500

Troy, NY
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2016 Subaru Legacy
11,566 Miles
$23,595

Duluth, MN
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2016 Subaru Legacy
22,560 Miles
$21,750

Troy, NY
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2016 Subaru Legacy
26,387 Miles
$18,396

Arlington Heights, IL
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2016 Subaru Legacy
13,555 Miles
$19,490

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2016 Subaru Legacy
49,413 Miles
$18,980

Bloomfield, NJ
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2016 Subaru Legacy
15,846 Miles
$22,222

Missoula, MT
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2016 Subaru Legacy
35,989 Miles
$21,988

Seattle, WA
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2016 Subaru Legacy
24,344 Miles
$19,783

Houston, TX
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2016 Subaru Legacy
80,748 Miles
$14,995

Covington, PA
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2016 Subaru Legacy
32,901 Miles
$20,356

Yakima, WA
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2016 Subaru Legacy
27,495 Miles
$21,995

Reno, NV
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2016 Subaru Legacy
23,131 Miles
$24,894

Chicago, IL
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2016 Subaru Legacy
33,109 Miles
$22,499

Eugene, OR
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2016 Subaru Legacy
21,274 Miles
$18,994

Medford, OR
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2016 Subaru Legacy
9,382 Miles
$26,995

Midlothian, VA
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2016 Subaru Legacy
38,347 Miles
$20,995

Midlothian, VA
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19,344 Miles
$19,991

Riverside, CA
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2016 Subaru Legacy Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

2016 Subaru Legacy Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Subaru Legacy - A fun to drive sedan no matter what the weather.

Ken
Auburn, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The 2016 Legacy 3.6R is a beginner-level 'sleeper' sedan. It looks just like all the other Legacy sedans except for the badging, but it is way more fun to drive. In addition, the security of having one of the best all-wheel drive systems available is really nice. No matter what the weather, this car will get you where you are going with minimal fuss and provides great comfort levels while doing it. Driving this car is a real pleasure as the interior is well appointed and quiet. The audio system is also excellent for when you want some noise. The overall quality is quite high, and the vehicle has held up very well over the first year of ownership. Safety is also well covered with airbags that seem to be everywhere as well as the EyeSight system that assists with lane control and emergen... (more)
Story
There is a wide intersection on a downhill that goes into a sweeping right turn to get to my house. This corner is great fun to take at speed, and the car feels like it is rooted to the ground even when making a fairly tight turn. I try to take that corner hard if traffic and weather conditions allow because it is just too much fun!
Pros
The Legacy 3.6R is extremely fun to drive with a 235 HP V6 and great all-wheel drive system. The car feels like it is on rails in turns and excellent feedback to the driver. The solid handling of the car also adds to driver confidence. You know how the car will respond to just about any condition you put it in. The interior build quality is top notch, and the materials used are nice looking and don't feel cheap. The seats are quite comfortable, and the front seats even provide reasonable room for my 6'6" frame. The premium sound system is amazing and is really fun to turn up loud while on ... (more)
Cons
The rear headroom is a bit cramped but not too bad. The shiny finish on the control screen for the audio system makes it difficult to see in some lighting conditions.

2016 Subaru Legacy - Cup holders again!

Legacy Owner
Worcester, Massachusetts
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Before leasing the Subaru Legacy, I had only driven our Honda Element, modified to be wheelchair accessible. To make room for the wheelchair, the modifiers had to remove the center console, leaving no cup holders in the Element. The Legacy has a center console which includes 2 cup holders! Basically, I purchased the Legacy for 3 key reasons: a number of family members have Subarus and love them, the Legacy is the only mid-sized sedan available with 4WD in all its trim lines, and I needed a sedan my 88-year old mother could get in and out of, as I am her driver to MD APPTS and such. I love this car. I think it looks good inside and out. It has plenty of pep for a 4-cylinder and gets over 30 mpg per tank of gas, which includes a mix of city and highway driving. I love the Bluetooth ca... (more)
Story
I don't have one specific story, but I can tell you this car is fun drive in almost any weather. I feel very safe when driving it. When the weather isn't challenging and I'm on the highway, there's nothing I like better than starting up the audiobook I'm listening to, setting the cruise control to 73 and driving along in comfort in my Legacy.
Pros
4WD, gas mileage and 4-cylinder engine, 4 door sedan, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control shows the speed it was last set to, back up camera.
Cons
When pulling up to a snow bank last winter, I pushed into the snow with what I perceived was very little force, but it caused the left front bumper to partially pull away from the body. Tamped it back in place with a rubber hammer, but it does seem awfully fragile for a car exterior. Can't really think of much else

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