2002 Subaru Legacy L Wagon; Red; Awd; Less Than Blue Book; Clean Title; 25 Mpg on 2040-cars
West Liberty, Kentucky, United States
We are the second owners and we've enjoyed driving this car for 7 years. The cargo space and AWD have been very useful. Body and interior is in very good shape; overall in good condition. 198,600 miles.
Features: 2.5L 4 Cylinder / All Wheel Drive / Automatic / Clean title / ABS (4-Wheel) / Power Steering / Tilt Wheel / AM/FM Stereo / Cassette / Roof Rack / Air Conditioning / Power Windows / Power Door Locks / Power Mirrors / Cruise Control / Dual Front Air Bags / Automatic Headlights / Daytime Running Lights / Fog lights / Rear Defroster / Outside Thermometer
New tires and alignment @ 184,000 miles. Timing belt and all front belts @ 175,000 miles. More maintenance records available with car. VIN #: 4S3BH635927307317
Located in West Liberty, KY (41472). We are not offering shipping - you will need to arrange to pick up the vehicle.
We will accept a certified bank check or cash. No personal checks.
Call Todd for details and to arrange a test drive (606) 495-0203.
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Auto blogTue, 12 Nov 2013
The car you see above could, possibly, be the 2015 Subaru WRX, a car that isn't supposed to reach the public eye until next week's Los Angeles Auto Show. The leaked image has been circulating around the web, along with a brief teaser video of the new sports sedan (which you can see below).
The image, which AutoWeek reports may be (probably) a render, appeared on the Clubrz Facebook page, a Subaru fan group. It does fit somewhat with the teaser image we showed you yesterday, while featuring certain styling cues from the WRX Concept shown at the last New York Auto Show.
Now, we'd advise you take this with an appropriately sized grain of salt. We won't know for certain what the next WRX looks like until we're parked in an uncomfortable chair at the LA Convention Center. Still, take a look up top and let us know if the new WRX - which, we'll point out, has neither gold wheels, a big wing or World Rally Blue paint - fits with what you wanted to see. We've also got a very short teaser of the car that plays on the teaser image posted yesterday, which you can see by scrolling down.
Subaru is giving its EyeSight driver assistance camera system a major upgrade for the 2015 model year with new color cameras, as well as reducing its size by 15 percent over the rather bulky original system.
Subaru locates its EyeSight hardware inside the vehicle at the top of the windshield, which is unlike most other camera-based systems that have their hardware mounted somewhere in the front fascia. The benefit is that these rather expensive components are protected from any detritus that may hit the car, but the original system's size ate up a chunk of the driver's outward view. Thus, the shrinkage should be appreciated by new owners.
The upgraded stereo cameras have a 40-percent longer and wider detection range than the original system's cameras, and their ability to see color allows the system to recognize brake lights at a speed differential of 30 miles per hour, instead of 19 mph before. And as before, EyeSight continues to offer adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and pre-collision breaking that can slow the car automatically if an imminent accident is detected, even bringing the vehicle to a complete stop.
It happens all the time. We get excited about a really attractive Subaru concept, and then the production car comes out and, well, "disappointed" isn't a strong enough word. (Compare that hot Impreza concept to the final production car.) So while we're hopeful that this new Legacy concept previews something sleek for Subaru, allow us to be fully on record as not getting our hopes up.
Anyway, let's talk about how good this car looks. From the front, comparisons to the Buick Regal GS are warranted, but from all other angles, it has a very four-door coupe-like shape. The concept rides on 21-inch wheels with bulging wheel arches that Subaru says hints at the car's all-wheel-drive system (standard Subaru fare, BRZ aside).
As for what exactly this concept previews, the safe guess is, of course, the next-generation Legacy midsize sedan. And while we'll keep our fingers crossed for a sweet-looking production sedan to come out of Fuji Heavy in the near future, it's safe to say we're still skeptical.