The 2014 Subaru Legacy standard all-wheel midsize sedan with all-wheel drive options are pretty limited to: Ford Fusion or this car, the 2014 Subaru Legacy. In 2013, the Legacy got further updates when they all return for 2014. A new, more powerful and efficient four-cylinder engine, new transmission, and new styling to make the jump, as does the optional driver’s eyes aid, which is designed to intervene to prevent or lessen the impact of the conflict.
2014 Subaru Legacy Interior
Inside, the Legacy has a small interior room than many rival cars, but the cabin has been better and better. Remarkable internal standard features include Bluetooth phone hands-free and audio streaming, steering-wheel and mounted audio controls, and electronic parking brake, telescoping and wheel. Options include a power moonroof, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and Audio-rated programs. 2014 Subaru Legacy navigation is optional for the 2.5 and 3.5 levels of the top color.
2014 Subaru Legacy Engine
Subaru gives up two engine choices for the 2014 Legacy. Legacy trims starting with “2.5” includes a 173 HP, 2.5-liter, flat four-cylinder engine with 174 pounds-feet of torque that is mated to a six-speed manual or a CVT. Legacy 3.5 models draw power from a 256 HP, 3.6-liter, flat 6 cylinder engine producing 247 pounds-feet of torque, paired with the automatic movement speed of five.
For those in the sedan market, midsize, fuel economy is an important value in the car and a car for all-wheel drive, the Legacy. Improved 2.5-liter engine and Subaru’s paired with the CVT gets the mileage best, 24/32 MPG city / highway. The manual six-speed gives a bit of the economy, the return 21/28 MPG city / highway. With the 3.5-liter six-and five-speed use the figures come in at 18/25 MPG city/highway.
2014 Subaru Legacy Safety
The 2014 Legacy was called Pick Top Safety IHS. Standard safety features include Vehicle Dynamic Control, antilock brakes, and a six-airbag. Other general and Hill Owner Helping with the arrest of pollution that cuts off the power when both brake and accelerator are pressed at the same time. The eyes of the driver aid system are optional and includes a number of safety technologies such as adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, says he got a warning and pedestrian access into a single system.