The 2009 Subaru Legacy isn’t especially plush. Even in the $30,000 versions, the latest high-tech features are absent.
Cars.com reports that all Subaru 2009 Legacy models "include staples like power windows and door locks, remote keyless entry and a CD stereo," so even the base trim 2009 Subaru Legacy has something to offer in this regard. Edmunds says this 2009 Subaru "base car is a bit of a stripper." Some of the latest expected tech features, such as a Bluetooth interface, an iPod interface, and live traffic updates, aren't available on the Legacy.
For 2009, all Legacys except the base 2.5i receive a new 385-watt Harman Kardon audio system with an eight-channel amplifier/equalizer, digital signal processing, and speed-sensitive automatic volume control.
Kelley Blue Book reports that "notable optional equipment" on this Subaru 2009 includes "DVD touch-screen navigation system, in-dash six-CD changer, power glass moonroof, leather seating, power driver's seat, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, fog lights, heated side mirrors, wiper de-icer, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, wood-look trim and front sport seats." Edmunds advises that "other trims are well-equipped and can make the Legacy as luxurious and comfortable as some midsize cars wearing luxury badges."