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2012 Subaru Legacy

2012 Toyota Camry

  2012 Subaru Legacy 4-door Sedan H4 Auto 2.5i Premium Angular Front Exterior View 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid
MSRP
$19,995
$22,055
Invoice $18,926 $20,181
MPG
City/Highway
18/31 21/35
Rating
8.4
/ 10
TCC Rating
8.0
/ 10
TCC Rating
Bottom Line The 2012 Subaru Legacy remains the only mainstream, mid-size sedan to offer all-wheel drive; it's also among the better-handling models in this class, and a strong value in 2.5i form. Read Full Review The redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry remains the most conservative-looking pick among mid-size sedans, but if you want comfort, value, and frugality above all else, it's probably just your style. Read Full Review
Likes &
Dislikes

Likes:

  • Steering and handling
  • All-weather ability
  • Refined, quiet interior
  • Acceleration (2.5GT and 3.6R)
  • Roomy backseat

Dislikes:

  • Still no Bluetooth in base model
  • CVT aside, unimpressive fuel economy
  • Materials in top 3.6R should be better

Likes:

  • Elegant yet straightforward instrument panel
  • Bluetooth included on all models
  • Segment-leading 10 airbags
  • 43-mpg Hybrid

Dislikes:

  • Base front seats lack side support
  • Rear seatback doesn't fold flat
  • Drives like an appliance (albeit a good one)
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