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notable optional equipment
Kelley Blue Book
the base car is a bit of a stripper
all Legacys include staples like power windows and door locks
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."
Subaru has been fairly stingy with features in the 2009 Subaru Legacy, though the options list allows more.