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The 2013 Subaru Legacy is a strong value—and that's not just because of its standard all-wheel drive.
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Similar to the four-cylinders' Premium and Limited trims, the six-cylinders' come standard or available with harmon-kardon audio, Bluetooth with streaming audio capability, navigation, leather, and power moonroof.
Motor Trend

Standard all-wheel drive is a bonus for snow-belt states.
Consumer Guide

Legacy 3.6R Limited matches premium-priced compact European all-wheel drive sports-luxury sedans very well, for about the price of one of their base models or less
The Auto Channel

If you want to get Subaru's new voice-activated navigation system...you'll have to open your wallet for the Limited trim before you can order it.

The 2013 Subaru Legacy comes in three trim levels: base, Premium, and Limited. All three are available with the new 2.5-liter four, while the six can be ordered with base or Premium only. Standard features in all Legacy sedans include automatic headlights, steering-wheel switches for the audio system and cruise control, a folding 60/40 split rear seat-back, and Subaru's characteristic Hill Holder system, which sets the brakes when the car comes to a stop on a slope until the driver accelerates away. The standard AM-FM-CD audio system has four speakers and, for 2013, adds Bluetooth pairing for hands-free mobile-phone use and audio streaming, a USB charging port, and iPod control.

Moving up to the Premium mid-range level (on the 2.5i only) adds the CVT as standard, along with a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat, 17-inch alloy wheels, leather coverings for the shifter and steering wheel, dash-mounted tweeters, and a few other amenities.

At the top of the range, the Limited models add to that leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, an All-Weather Package (optional on Premium) that bundles de-icing wipers and heated mirrors and front seats), four-way power adjustment for the front passenger, and a Harman/Kardon nine-speaker audio system with a 440-Watt amplifier and a 4.3-inch display screen. Satellite radio is also standard with this system. For 2013, Subaru has added rear-seat air-conditioning ducts and electroluminescent gauges to the Limited models.

Options include a power moonroof and an in-dash GPS navigation system with real-time traffic data.


The 2013 Subaru Legacy is a strong value—and that's not just because of its standard all-wheel drive.

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