Subaru offers five versions of the 2024 Legacy sedan, two of which have additional option packages. The best values here are toward the lower end; figure between $28,000 and $33,000 for a well-equipped model.
Our 8 out of 10 rating for features is calculated from this sedan’s big touchscreens, its great crash-avoidance tech, and good overall value. If only it had a better warranty than the 3-year/36,000-mile coverage offered from the factory.
The base Legacy runs just under $26,000, which buys cloth seats, 17-inch wheels, two curiously integrated 7.0-inch touchscreens, driver-assistance tech, and cloth seats.
Which Subaru Legacy should I buy?
For about $2,300 more, the Legacy Premium adds a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a far better 11.3-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, additional USB inputs, and rear-seat climate control vents. That’s money well spent.
If you want to spend more, another $1,000 nets blind-spot monitors, keyless start, and fog lights.
But we’d be more inclined to jump from the Premium to the Limited, which at $33,000 has leather trim and heated rear seats, plus a few other niceties.
How much is a fully loaded Subaru Legacy?
The Legacy Touring XT nudges the price tag to $38,195 with its turbocharged engine, nappa leather seats, cooled front seats, Harman/Kardon audio, and driver attention monitor.
(With Inputs from highgearmedia)
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