2016 SUBARU LEGACY: For 2016, the Subaru Legacy midsize, four-door sedan introduces the new Subaru StarLink safety and security upgrades and driver assist technology. The Legacy is still the only car in its class with all-wheel drive as standard. Consumers can choose from the Legacy 2.5i, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited and top-tier 3.6 Limited. The Legacy 2.5i is powered by a 175-horsepower DOHC 2.5-liter Boxer engine. The DOHC 3.6-liter BOXER six-cylinder in the Legacy 3.6R Limited produces 256-hp. Both powerplants are paired with a high-torque Lineartronic continuously variable transmission with manual mode and paddle shifters. Active grille shutters help to improve fuel economy by reducing wind resistance. Also standard equipment is the incline start assist and the electronic hill holder system that maintains the vehicle in place until the driver applies the throttle. Additional refinements include a new auto on/off mode that operates the windshield wipers with the headlights and electric power-assist steering for an, even more, linear and natural feels. The driver faces a decidedly sporty instrument panel, highlighted by two binocular-style gauge pods with center LCD information display -- 3.5-in. on cars without the EyeSight driver-assist system and 5-in. on EyeSight cars. With nearly the same exterior footprint as the previous Legacy, the 2016 model offers a roomier five-passenger cabin, and the trunk has been enlarged to 15.0 cu. ft., up slightly from 14.7 cu. ft. A standard 60/40 split fold-down rear seat expands carrying capacity, and the standard rear-view camera is located closer to the center of the car for more natural imaging.
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