Not only does it look sharper on the outside, but the 2015 Legacy’s interior is also significantly nicer than the previous generation’s.
The redesigned Legacy also receives a new EyeSight system, which can bring the car to a complete stop or just slow it down automatically if it senses that a collision is imminent.
Under the hood, you can now get the 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine paired with a CVT automatic — something you couldn’t get before — and Subaru says that the 4-cylinder engine should get up to 36 miles per gallon.
If you’re wondering whether you should add the 2015 Subaru Legacy to your shopping list, here’s the answer: Subaru says it wants to earn a Top Safety Pick+ crash-test rating. That means that the automaker wants the Legacy to be one of the safest cars in the country. If that sounds like something you want, you owe yourself a test drive.