2018 Subaru Legacy Concept, Changes, Redesign, Specs, Price And Release Date
People who need all-wheel drive setup in a mid-size sedan design probably will go with the 2018 Subaru Legacy. It is the major option in its class which is perfect for outdoor and family time. It will come out as the redesigned sixth-generation. It has softer and nicer design inside and out.
2018 Subaru Legacy Exterior
Without a doubt, the new 2018 Subaru Legacy is much better compared to the previous model when it comes to the design outside. It has more cohesive, even sleeker and no fatter drizzle around it. Subaru has a big success to make it more logical with the use of sleeker looking design. The front part of the car matches the bumper nose design perfectly, thanks for the hexagonal grill design as well as the HID projector halogen headlamps. There are also multi-reflector halogen fog lights.
2018 Subaru Legacy Interior
2018 Subaru Legacy has a beautiful design with the soft leather and wood cover. The dashboard is also completed with soft touch materials. A complete revamped cabin design is what they will offer in this car. There are also heated front seats and passengers can go with four-way adjustable seats while the driver has ten-way adjustable seats. The back passengers also can enjoy the heated and center armrest seating design while the steering wheel is covered in leather with several control buttons.
2018 Subaru Legacy Engine
Speaking about the power, there will be 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine to use. It is capable of providing about 175 hp and 174-pound feet of torque. The second engine will be the optional 3.6 liter 24-valve and six-cylinder super boxer engine to provide about 256 hp and 247-pound feet of torque. 2018 Subaru Legacy with those engines will be mated to linear chronic CVT transmission with the shift lock system support and full-time all-wheel drive setup.
2018 Subaru Legacy Release date and price
2018 Subaru Legacy for the price, it is about $22,500 if you go with the 2.5-liter engine, 6.2 inches of the infotainment system, 12 speaker Harman Kardon audio system, backup camera and Bluetooth. If you go with six-cylinder Limited trim, it will be about $33,000 to spend. The legacy has a cool feature such as “eye sight” including lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, and a special feature to alert the driver when the vehicle pulls away from the stop. However, we cannot tell you yet about when the company will release it since no information available at this time.