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3.6R versions of the Legacy aren't very fuel-efficient, but 2.5i versions get good gas mileage compared to other all-wheel-drive cars.
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24 mpg city, 32 highway (CVT); 21/28 (manual, 2.5i); 18/25 (2.5GT); 18/25 (3.6R)
U.S. EPA

Non-turbo versions use regular-grade gas.
Consumer Guide

The slow lane's hitting 80 mph, and almost nobody's in the slow lane. Getting 32 in that setting is exceptional.
USA Today



With 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i models getting a new-generation version of the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, fuel economy figures are up this year by 1-2 mpg on all the 2.5i variants--to as much as 24 mpg city, 32 highway with the Lineartronic CVT automatic. 

Manual versions of the 2.5i model get 21/28 mpg, while six-cylinder 3.6R models achieve 18 mpg city, 25 highway.

These numbers have some good and some bad; 2.5i models are the most fuel-efficient all-wheel-drive models in this class, while 3.6R models end up being among the thirstier six-cylinder mid-size sedans.

Conclusion

3.6R versions of the Legacy aren't very fuel-efficient, but 2.5i versions get good gas mileage compared to other all-wheel-drive cars.

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