2013 Subaru Legacy

March 1st, 2015 · Comments Closed · Subaru

The 2013 Subaru Legacy gets refreshed styling, the most powerful and well-cylinder engine, new transmission continuously variable, and the suspension reworked for 2013. The 2013 Subaru Legacy new system driver aid, which is designed to intervene to prevent or minimize the impact of collisions. The 3.5-liter flat-six engine and manual five-speed continue, but the 2.5-liter turbocharged cylinder has been dropped. Subaru offers three-cylinder and two six-cylinder models Legacy 2013.

2013 Subaru Legacy Features

The 2013 Subaru Legacy standard noteworthy features include the Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, steering-wheel mounted audio controls, trip computer, electronic parking brake, and tilt / telescoping steering wheel. Options include a power moonroof, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and up-rated audio systems. However, navigation and rearview backup camera only offered on the 2.5 and 3.5 top trim levels.

2013 Subaru Legacy Exterior

With the 2013 Subaru Legacy, new front, grille, headlights, fog lights bumper the Legacy adopts the same style made more Subaru Impreza last year. The look has a sharper creases and the lower lip that distinguish Subaru vehicles from its crossovers. The sides are clean styled with moderately pronounced wheel arches, while the head and taillights flow with the shape of the metal sheet, wrapping around the front and back corners. Sixteen-inch steel wheels come standard and 17-inch alloy rims are available. Tailpipes Dual distinguish six-cylinder models from their siblings.

2013 Subaru Legacy Engine

Subaru known to drive its all-wheel and flat engines, or taken place. 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5 model’s Legacy to 173 horsepower, 2.5 liter, flat-four engine with 174 pounds-feet of torque and is mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or automatic transmission continuously variable. Power is up from 170 to praise in the 2012 model, and the new Subaru CVT is peaceful and more responsive. The Legacy 3.5 draws power from a 256-horsepower, 3.5-liter, flat-six cylinder that produces 247 pounds-feet of torque and is paired with an automatic transmission five-speed.

Fuel economy is almost always important with midsize sedan buyers, and all-wheel drive systems are not quite as thrifty as those who drive a pair of wheels. 2.5-liter improved Subaru engine and CVT get a respectable 24 mpg city and 32 mpg on the highway, the latter figure being the highest an awd sedan midsize. The manual six-speed gives a bit of the economy, to return to the 21/28 city / highway. With the 3.5-liter six-five-speed automatic, the figures come in at 18/25 mpg city / highway.

2013 Subaru Legacy Safety

The 2013 Subaru Legacy standard safety features include Vehicle Dynamic Control, which combines stability and traction control systems, and fill in all-wheel drive system, antilock brakes, and six airbags. And standard Hill Holder Help and secure new brake system that cuts power when both the brake and oil are pressed at the same time. New Subaru’s system the eyes of the driver aid that wraps feature of adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, lane departure warning and pedestrian into one system. However, that only gave top-level trim. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Legacy a 2012 Top Safety Pick. With new styling and features, the 2013 Subaru Legacy is great for those who have all-wheel drive with their midsize sedan.

2013 Subaru Legacy STI

2013 Subaru Legacy STI

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