Body Type:Four-Door Sedan
Engine:170-hp, 2.5-liter H-4
For Sale By:Dealer
Trim: LIMITED AWD
Options: LEATHER HEATED SEATS, BACK UP CAMERA, NAVIGATION, REMOTE START, TRIPTRONIC, DUAL HEATED SEATS, Sunroof, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, CD Player
Safety Features: SEAT BELTS HEADLIGHTS BRAKES LIGHTS TURN SIGNALS, Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Drive Type: All Wheel Drive
Power Options: WINDOWS, LOCKS & CRUISE CONTROL, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: LIMITED AWD
Exterior Color: Blue
Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Black LEATHER
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Number of Cylinders: 4
NUMBER OF DOORS: 4
Perfect Sedan for the winter months! This Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited has it all!! All Wheel Drive, backup Camera, Navigation, Sunroof, Park Assist Back Up Camera, Heated Leather Seats, Harman Kardon Stereo System, HID Headlights, New Tires around 17" Alloy Wheels, Remote Start, 2.5L providing a balance of performance and economy with the reliability that Subaru is known for along with all the Power Options. Clean Carfax with one owner. Priced to move. NADA Retail: $17,000 USA Discount: $2202 Sale Price: $14,959 We offer Financing Rates as low as 1.9% to qualified buyers. Price does not include fees for taxes, Tags, title and registration fees (if needed). A $295.00 processing fee also not included. All DMV work can be done here. If you cannot find the car you are looking for, let us know and we will locate it for you. Call with any questions you may have 703-327-2666.
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Auto blogWed, 17 Apr 2013 14:59:00 EST
I will freely admit to struggling with why Subaru continues to stubbornly employ a boxer engine design while so few other automakers do the same. After all, with twice the number of cylinder heads and cams as a traditional inline four-cylinder engine, a boxer four is more complex, more expensive to manufacture and more cumbersome to service with few tangible benefits. Until recently, the company's engines struggled to meet the fuel economy numbers of its competitors while offering no real boon in horsepower or torque. Subaru seems to recognize I'm not the only one scratching my head.
In order to help us non-believers understand what's what, the company has employed a pair of mimes, a toy car and a few clay engines to demonstrate the folly of every other automaker on the planet. Subaru says the boxer offers up a lower center of gravity than either an inline four-cylinder engine or a V6, which I will gladly concede. The company also says the design offers up smoother operation.
I'll offer just two counterpoints here. First, an engine with a low center of gravity is excellent, but when vehicles like the Forester, XV Crosstrek and Outback boast more ground clearance than most mainstream SUVs, that argument flies out the window. Second, anyone who's spent any amount of time behind the wheel of a vehicle equipped with an inline four and then proceeded to move into one propelled by a boxer can tell you the latter has all of the idling manners of a small tractor. Check out the video below to see for yourself.
"We like producing cars that are different." That's the company line trumpeted by several Subaru executives during the launch of the 2015 Outback - one of Fuji Heavy's most successful vehicles to date. Managing Editor Jeremy Korzeniewski accurately noted that while Subaru has never really found salvation with its mainstream sedans, it's the higher-riding, butcher offerings like the Outback and the Impreza-based XV Crosstrek that have been sales stars for the Japanese company. In 2013, for example, Subaru sold nearly three Outbacks for every Legacy it moved. And in 2014, the XV is on pace to outsell the Impreza upon which its based.
But Subarus have always been different, catering to unique customers that desire something a bit more special than your run-of-the-mill sedan or crossover. It's clearly worked, with Subaru having posted 30 months of year-over-year sales increases as of this writing. And even as the automaker's portfolio goes more mainstream, smoothing out its serially awkward styling and gunning for a larger market share here in the United States, that intrinsic Subaru differentiation is still baked in to each and every product.
It's that new Outback we're here to talk about today, a vehicle that's been comprehensively redesigned for the 2015 model year while not shaking up the formula that's made it successful since its inception in the mid-1990s, back when it (arguably) launched what we now know as the crossover utility vehicle segment. It's still plenty different - and plenty good, too.
Another week coming to a close brings another rumor of a potential hotted-up version of the Subaru everyone wants to turbocharge, the BRZ.
A fresh rumor out of the Car and Driver offices makes the claim that a new, special-edition BRZ model will be offered up within the next few months. Word is that the new model will not get similar upgrades to the recent BRZ tS (seen above) for the Japanese market, meaning we're likely in for a cosmetic update instead of a functional one.
The looks of the tS could still be in the cards, however, meaning swapped-out lip spoiler, wheels and even STI badging might be on the way.