subaru legacy challengeThe Subaru Legacy Challenge is a face-off between the most popular mid-sized sedans. The Legacy is more than just your everyday Sedan, it’s a Subaru. When compared to the competition, the Legacy offers better safety, more performance, a larger interior, better gas mileage, and more value.

Subaru Legacy Challenge Highlights

  • Safety: Available Pre-Collision Braking (EyeSight)
  • Performance: Road Gripping Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • Comfort: Most Spacious Interior in the Mid-Sized Sedan Class
  • Value: Longest Lasting as more than 95% still on the Road


The All new Legacy was built for the long run. In fact this is the longest lasting midsized sedan in its class (based on HIS Automotive, PLOK, total new light vehicle registrations in the model years 2004-2013 in the non-luxury traditional midsized sedan segment for models that have been on the U.S. market for the entire 10-year period). The Legacy has the most spacious interior also (Based on manufacturer-reported interior volumes according to EPA’s midsized car class). Upgraded interior with available STARLIK infotainment system. Available EyeSight Technology, Blind-Spot Detection, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.

Even sedan has its benefits, the Subaru Legacy combines them all. Want a car that can handle everything? The Subaru Legacy comes with Symmetrical AWD and gets over 36 MPG on the highway. Behind every seam or part there has been a breakthrough. It is only through 50 years of designing cars for crash survival has led Subaru to their most revolutionary and industry leading feature yet: Subaru EyeSight. This system can see trouble and stop itself to avoid it. When the IIHS tested front-crash protection; nobody beat Subaru models with EyeSight!

The Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, Ford Fusion, Kia Optima, Chevy Malibu, Mazda6, Volkswagen Passat all fail in this comparison:

  • Safety – No Pre-Collision Braking
  • Performance – Front-Wheel Drive
  • Comfort – Less Interior Volume
  • Value – Less than 95% Still on Road