2018 Subaru Legacy Trailer Commercial & Walkaround – Video
For Subaru’s 2018 update, the name Legacy is especially apt because this family sedan carries on without any major eye-opening changes. The 2018 update does bring small alterations to both exterior and interior appearance, claimed improvements in refinement, added technology, and bolstered safety content. The Legacy finally now has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. But this Subie is still a familiar character.
The model lineup remains the same: The 2.5i packs a 175-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder boxer engine, while the 3.6R has a 256-hp 3.6-liter flat-six. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) with a manual mode and paddle shifters to toggle through simulated gears remains the only transmission option, and the engine’s computer brain has been retuned to provide quicker and smoother throttle response. Of course, all-wheel drive with torque vectoring is standard on every Legacy. The 2.5i is available in base, Premium, Sport, and Limited trims, while the 3.6R comes as the top-spec Limited only.