The Subaru Legacy has always stood out with its traction-enhancing all-wheel drive. The Legacy has a history of high resale value. It feel planted on the road thanks to their engine design. Because the Legacy’s engine sits deeper, the car itself has a lower center of gravity. This translates to a grounded feeling and, combined with Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, instills driver confidence in foul weather and on twisty roads. Comes with a 6.2-inch touch-screen infotainment system with standard backup camera. Passenger space has been improved, as has trunk capacity that’s now 15.0 cubic feet. Most controls are intuitive, and the upgraded command screen features multi-touch and swipe technology, like a tablet. Phone-pairing is easy. The driver’s seat has good lumbar support, rear-seat legroom is generous. Well-equipped sedan with CVT automatic transmission with paddle shifters, a 6.2-inch infotainment system with AM/FM/CD/HD Radio, Bluetooth streaming and USB/auxiliary inputs, backup camera and 17-inch wheels. This premium models add a 10-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, upgraded infotainment with a 7-inch screen and two USB ports, dual-zone climate control, and faux wood trim. One owner vehicle clean carfax, no accidents, perfect sized sedan with lots of room and cargo space, drives and looks like new, remaining engine and transmission factory warranty until 100k miles or 2024, priced below market, needs nothing.