The Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan review comes standard with many features, including the standard all-wheel drive functionality
Take the Legacy into any weather conditions feeling comfortable and safe. This is the result of superior traction control, anti-lock disc brakes, and again, the all-wheel drive.
Buyer reviews based on vision were rated highly when driving the Legacy. This lends credence to it's high safety standards. Some of the highest safety ratings in the car industry are thanks to the Subaru brand.
A choice between the 6-speed manual or automatic transmission is available
The interior cabin space is large, and can accommodate four adults comfortably, if not a family.
The stereo, although upgraded, still lacks in overall power. The Bluetooth functionalities are also neglected in the 2012 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan
The base 6-cylinder provides disappointing fuel economy with the 19/27 ratio. This number lags behind other popular sedans comparably.
The metallic silver interior may be too much for some people to handle. It comes off as tacky, and overdone.
Overall acceleration with 2.5i engine doesn't impress like it should. Not going to be the fastest vehicle you've ever driven, and lags in this area compared to other speedier sedan models.