When did the Subaru Legacy come out?

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When did the Subaru Legacy come out?

Subaru Legacy
Production 1989–2020 (worldwide) 1989-present (North America)
Assembly Japan: Ōta, Gunma (Yajima plant; 1989–2020) United States: Lafayette, Indiana (Lafayette plant)
Body and chassis
Class Compact car (1989–1994) Mid-size car (1995–present)

Is Subaru Legacy being discontinued?

After a long run of 31 years, Subaru decided to drop the Legacy (Liberty) mid-size sedan in Australia. Will Subaru discontinue the Legacy in North America? Subaru of America (SOA) sold 35,063 Subaru Legacy sedans last year, and the car dropped 27.7 percent to 17,211 moved off retailers’ lots through August 2020.

Is Subaru Legacy expensive to maintain?

Cost. The average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Subaru Legacy is $563, compared to an average of $526 for midsize cars and $652 for all vehicle models. The average total annual cost for unscheduled repairs and maintenance across all model years of a vehicle.

What’s the price of a 2016 Subaru Legacy?

Click here for the Legacy’s Car Seat Check. The 2016 Legacy starts at $22,540 including destination – around the same price as the Malibu and a little less than the Accord, Camry and Optima.

When did the Subaru Legacy concept come out?

In 2009, a Subaru Legacy concept was designed to commemorate 20th anniversary of the model, reported to be the basis of the production version of the then upcoming fifth generation Subaru Legacy. The concept vehicle was unveiled at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show.

Are there any changes to the Ford legacy?

The Legacy was redesigned for 2015, so changes for 2016 are minor. The steering system was revised and lane departure prevention was added to the available EyeSight safety system. Compare 2015 and 2016 models here.

What kind of gas mileage does Subaru Legacy get?

Subaru’s 2016 Legacy family sedan uses every trick in the book to eke out maximum fuel economy, including active grille shutters that close for better aerodynamics and an advanced CVT transmission. With an EPA estimated 36 mpg highway, the Legacy is the most fuel-efficient AWD midsize sedan on the market.

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