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It may be redesigned and all-new, but the 2020 Subaru Legacy undoubtedly shines with classic Subaru class. The extra refinement wasn’t necessarily warranted—everyone at our Lawrence Subaru dealership loved the 2019 Legacy—though we aren’t complaining.

And with just a 0.01% bump in base price over last year’s model, the all-new Legacy is still one of the best value buys in the segment. That practical MSRP jump is great for practical shoppers, as rival midsize sedans like the Honda Accord, Mazda6 and Toyota Camry are in a grind with Subaru’s Legacy for supremacy.

Let’s see what the 2020 Subaru Legacy adds and improves on. 

What’s New?

Legacy’s all-star cabin takes a big step forward thanks to several new niceties.

Most notably, the older screen is replaced by a high-definition 11.6-inch tablet display with STARLINK Multimedia infotainment—a huge tech upgrade that other sub-$30,000 cars don’t offer. It certainly grabs your attention from the get-go, which isn’t a surprise considering it’s the largest screen ever fitted inside a Subaru. It is highly configurable—you can move apps around just as you would with a tablet—and features voice-activated navigation. Best of all, it utilizes Subaru’s first-ever split-screen display. For instance, the 2020 Legacy can show turn-by-turn navigation alongside audio details. Fancy, huh?

Base Legacy models utilize a 7.0-inch WVGA display, while Legacy Premium, Sport, Limited and Touring trims come standard with the 11.6-inch behemoth.

But the rest of the new Legacy’s cockpit isn’t chopped liver. In fact, there are great new flourishes throughout the inside that’ll make you do a double-take.

Legacy’s first-ever Wi-Fi connection provides more than enough LTE browsing speed for a few smart devices. A sophisticated multilayer instrumentation panel is wrapped in supple, double-stitched material that can match the colors of the car’s seats and door trimming. Higher Legacy trims are fitted with newly added Nappa leather seats and accents, 10-way power front seats with lumbar support, four USB ports, driver-side cushion adjusters, three-level heated seats throughout, and a 12-speaker premium audio system, just to name a few.

Come into our Los Angeles Subaru Dealership to learn more!


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