We'll consider the all-wheel drive a positive, although it can become questionable depending on your location and weather conditions. The fuel economy you lose as a result may not be enough for some buyers, yet for others, it will be what they're buying it for.
The powerful 3.6-liter engine has the power to move the Subaru Legacy 3.6R Premium Sedan with ease. The 5-speed automatic transmission is also a standard feature on all 3.6R trims.
A larger cabin space interior will be welcomed by all. Very comfortable seats, and capable of holding the advertised number of people, five.
As aways, Subaru has delivered with stellar safety review ratings. The Subaru Legacy 3.6R Premium Sedan does not disappoint in this area.
The unimpressive fuel mileage may prevent many from committing to the Legacy. At 18 city / 25 highway, you'll be paying more then you want to on gas.
A change in the interior design may turn away some with the silver metallic finish, and non-luxury appeal.
Even with an upgraded audio system, it still fails to deliver in terms of strength and quality. We recommend upgrading to the highest possible audio option if music means something to you as a buyer.