2010 Subaru Liberty legacy

2010 Subaru Liberty legacy

Subaru is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Legacy (Liberty) sedan with the unveiling of the all-new fifth-generation model this year. Subaru is renowned for its love-or-loathe approach to designing cars, as seen in the frequent revisions to its Impreza line over the years, but the styling of the new Legacy is nowhere near as controversial though we’re sure it will leave opinions divided. The pricing, however, is sure to be regarded as attractive.

The engine range hasn't been revealed for Australia yet but new Lineartronic CVT auto gearboxes will be added along 6-speed manual transmissions. The 2.5-litre 4-cylinder boxer engines are expected to return for active duty and a powerful new 3.6-litre 6-cylinder horizontally opposed boxer engine outputting between 180 and 190 kilowatts of power will be offered as well.

2010 Subaru Liberty legacy

Starting at just $19,995 for the 2.5i, or $800 lower than the last Legacy, the new car offers good value for money thanks to a slightly larger size and more standard features. Adding a CVT bumps the price by $1,000, while moving up to a 2.5i Premium trim raises the entry bar to $20,995 as well when equipped with a standard six-speed manual, though it also adds a bunch of features beyond the standard 2.5i, including 10-way power driver's seat, driver's side window with automatic up and down, leather-wrapped steering wheel, instrument storage bin w/door, overhead console with sunglass holder and ambient light, bright exhaust tip, body-colored mirrors and 16in alloy wheels.

Subaru also adopt the Subaru Dynamic Chassis Concept that's been so successfully applied to new generation Impreza and Forester, producing a great drive. Both models have proved their customer appeal by achieving record sales

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