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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Subaru Legacy 2010 News Car Reviews

Subaru Legacy 2010 News Car Reviews
Do not tell the editor, but let's say I was anything but pleased when I learned that I would consider the new 2010 Subaru Legacy Sedan. While I waited, not wishing to be delivered outside the house to the demonstration vehicle, a line of cars drove by, a massive, muscular, modern looking sedan. The limousine was idling in front of me, then I take a long look at them - "nice", I think. Then I notice the Subaru emblem on the grille. Wait \.\. What? Is that it? This is a Subaru? Well, it is you! Let's say the word "new" is not justice automobile - I would say, changed!

Driving Impressions
The base 2.5i model comes with a long list of technical features. Most notable are the symmetrical AWD, PZEV status, VDC, CVT automatic transmission and shift paddles \.\.? They - yes, it made me laugh. Shift paddles on a 4-cylinder with CVT? Blasphemy! What is the point? I could not wait to give this thing a small exercise and give him all the bad press it deserves \.\. More on that later.

The base 2.5i model grunt you move in to the city. And a revelation for anyone with small experience behind an AWD automobile is that you can speed around the tight turns of love!

The 2.5i lack a small power at highway speeds, but only to remind the EPA rating of 23 MPG City and 31 MPG Highway A, medium and massive cars all nice economic sense. Lie down with people and luggage and show it uphill at highway speeds and only anemic. If it bothers you, there's one other models for a few more pieces - a 2.5GT with a 2.5 liter DOHC turbocharged and intercooled, 4 cylinder horizontally opposed SUBARU BOXER ® engine - the same engine in the WRX STI used - nice for 265hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. For drivers who believe size is king and you need a real transmission with gears, they can opt for the 3.6R with a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter DOHC 6-cylinder horizontally opposed SUBARU BOXER ® engine and 5 speed automatic Sport Shift downshift rev - corresponding control group. These one models should give more momentum and go on the road or elsewhere. The registration fee on the 3.6R climbs to $ 24,995 and jumps 2.5GT Turbo at $ 27,995. You Gotta Pay to Play!

Handling is and a mixed bag. The suspension felt a small awkward on some small, square-edged bumps, but overall smooth for most driving situations. The legacy leans more towards the highway and boulevard cruising canyon carving.

Subaru Legacy 2010 News Car Reviews

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