Thursday, September 25, 2014

Going for a Better Legacy

The Legacy is one of two vehicles motorists can identify with when asked about Subaru vehicles – the other being the Impreza. Already reaping good marks for its family-friendly safety features, Legacies hold their ground against other midsize cars. With the 2015 model hitting the streets, you can be asked on whether to upgrade to that model. Some points can convince you to take a shot with a Subaru in the New Orleans area:

You have either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine wielding 175 horsepower or 3.6-liter six-cylinder churning out 256 horses. A continuously variable transmission and mileages of between 28 to 36 miles per gallon means better fuel efficiency.

Your dealer can sell you on the comfortable atmosphere the 2015 Legacy has. They include heated rear seats and air vents, a modernized interior, and the new Starlink infotainment system.

Situational Awareness
Too many things can go wrong even as you’re taking loved ones out for a stroll, but the Legacy can tackle issues with situational awareness. The 2015 version also has the EyeSight, a special system that detects a potential collision and can command the vehicle to stop if in imminent danger, plus a rollover sensor linked to the airbags. Don’t forget a camera combined with the Blind Spot Detection System and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert System.

A factory-fresh Legacy may be what you need to reward yourself this year. Don’t you want something that combines comfort with raw power?

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