2007 subaru legacy 2.5i




2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

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    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    I really liked the Subaru, it handled nicely, rode smoothly, lasted me a long time. Beast of an engine, superb handling. The first part is highly entertaining… for about a minute-and-a-half. I can upgrade the audio myself for cheaper anyway….

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    Subaru Legacy Information

    According to psychologists, the middle child fights an endless, depressing battle for parental attention. So pity the poor Legacy 2.

    The WRX is the pistonheads' golden child. Older brother Outback is largely credited with the family's success— despite the fact that the Legacy was Subaru's sales leader in May. The shrinks say lavishing praise on the neglected sib is the best way to cure middle child syndrome. Ah, but is the Legacy 2. The SE looks handsome, in a black turtle and khakis kind of way. Enthusiasts won't slow down to get a better look; but nor will status-conscious suburbanites rush to park the lower-end Legacy behind a garage door.

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    The SE has the kind of solid, understated charm— derived from its crisp lines and aesthetic restraint— that once typified BMW and Mercedes, right down to the blacked-out window chrome.

    It's got Chrysler's nose! The hood scoop is the only remaining link between models, and the Legacy Special Edition isn't special enough i. Who'd a thunk we'd be arguing for a fake hood-mounted air inlet? But there it isn't. The restraint continues inside, almost to a fault. The switchgear and buttonology have been arranged with reachable righteousness, but it's all lost in a sea of sameness.

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    Our test car "featured" charcoals and silver, silver and charcoal. The hazard light button sticks out nicely, as it should, and that's it. The gauges are so restrained they look delicate. What's up with that? Nobody wants their sports sedan associated with "frail. Luckily, any remaining concerns disappear entirely when you use the SE as the gods of speed intended. Subaru has been refining this 2.

    The power is smooth and plentiful. As with everything Legacy, forward acceleration lives somewhere between snapping your neck and leaving you embarrassed; say, just under eight seconds from rest to 60mph. To the base model's motive capabilities, the Legacy Special Edition adds a moonroof and power seat. All of Subaru's cars come equipped with a stick shift, s'il vous plait. Get one, skip to the end of the review and smile.

    The first part is highly entertaining… for about a minute-and-a-half. For the second bit, the autobox' electronic brain supposedly adjusts the shift points and speed thereof accordingly to your driving style. Unfortunately, even after its finished studying an enthusiast's habits, it still acts like the kid in the back of the class who didn't read last night's chapter.

    2007 subaru legacy 2.5i

    Stomp on the gas and the tranny goes "Huh? That's fine for people who don't drive like there's a T-Rex in their rearview mirror metaphors may be closer than they appear. And longing for a stick. Still, mileage you know. And it's only because the SE's so damn personable that the autobox' slushiness stands out. And slush is really where this car really shines, er, excels.

    Nice weather didn't permit an appropriately gooey test drive, but the Subie's symmetrical all-wheel drive system hasn't changed. So we can expect the same grippy properties from the Legacy SE that made the brand a staple in the Northeast. Aside from the lack of bracing forward thrust, the Legacy lacks the heavy feeling one expects from a car with four wheel-drive. It's nimble enough for government work. It does, however, offer excellent utility and phenomenal bad weather stability at a family-friendly price.

    Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sound



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