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Subaru Legacy Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.2 L Flat 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain All Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 135 hp @ 5400 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 19/26 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1995

    New sheet metal freshens the flanks of one of our favorite compact sedans and wagons. Unfortunately the turbocharged engine has been dropped, leaving the Legacy with a rather anemic 2.2-liter four-cylinder that produces a meager 135 horsepower. The value leader Brighton wagon is introduced for budding naturalists. It includes all-wheel drive, air conditioning and a stereo with cassette. The Outback Wagon is also introduced as an alternative to the burgeoning SUV market.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Subie has outdone herself!

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

16 yo car w 240,000 miles and just recently we decided to just let her go. It makes me super sad because my parents bought her brand new! New computer in 2005 or so, up until about 2007 there were pretty much NO major problems besides that, other things that have broken since then include some sensors that make the check engine light stay on, brakes more than once, rear struts are completely shot, exhaust needs to be replaced, seat belt mechanism came out of the track, multifunction switch failed after getting a new ignition so the dashboard lights don't work, pass. side window wont roll up without help, rear hatch handle is cracked and breaking. By far the worst thing is the struts.




Go-anywhere tank

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

I bought my Legacy Ti Outdoor Wagon new in 1994 and have been the sole driver. I put a lot of upstate NY winter miles on it, and warmer climate too, it's over 200,000 miles now and still going. No engine trouble ever. Replaced some CV joints a few times, brakes and clutch once, heater core once. Air suspension was the only part with high maintenance needs; while useful it's understandable why they discontinued that. Performance + mpg have both always been better than sticker. Minor ergonomic issues with the interior. Cost doesn't justify major repairs at this point but I'm keeping it until it falls apart. Nothing made today could replace it's utility, fun, and reliability under $50K.




Excellent wagon

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

We've owned this car for over five years. It has been excellent. In slick road conditions, it is a true champion with AWD. It is as reliable as any car I've had (which includes several Toyotas). It handles better than other wagon owned (Volvo, Toyota). There are many of these vehicles still on the road. This one has 130,000 miles on it, which is low. There are many with >200,000. If you can find and buy one in good shape that has been well taken care of, you will have a versatile and reliable vehicle that will not be flashy, but will get you everywhere you wish to go at anytime for a very long time.



1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Never got stuck

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

This was an all around good car, ran well in all weather, could switch from FWD to AWD by replacing fuse under hood. Had u-seal problems though - front l/r cv boots ripped, front l/r struts went bad, muffler rusted out and fell off. Bought with high mileage -168k, ran for 21k more, took it cross country twice, spent $150.00 in repairs, body not that great -a lot of rust.




Solid, dependable, great in snow

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

This car has been very good to me. Will be hard to give it up. Solid, dependable. Has got me through some rough winters and sand in the summers. Not high luxury but comfortable, practical. Great value.




Who'd have thought a wagon

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Vehicle: 1994 Subaru Legacy

I got this car last yr & its built like a tank! cept for some rattles in the doors and tlgate (int quailty's the only area Sub trails Toyota & Honda) it rides smooth and quiet 2.2 F4 is loud but super smooth through the rev range & hits redline so fast in 1st gear that i dont always shift in time. Shifter is balky but it may be due to an orig. clutch. Paint & alloys still look great & the seat fabr; its an L model but is loaded up with htd seats/mirrors cruise & power everything AWD has saved my butt at least once (its weight saps performance and fuel econ) Id rec. the Sub to anyone wanting to drive something diff. than those pesky Camrys & Accords



Full 1995 Subaru Legacy Review

What's New for 1995

New sheet metal freshens the flanks of one of our favorite compact sedans and wagons. Unfortunately the turbocharged engine has been dropped, leaving the Legacy with a rather anemic 2.2-liter four-cylinder that produces a meager 135 horsepower. The value leader Brighton wagon is introduced for budding naturalists. It includes all-wheel drive, air conditioning and a stereo with cassette. The Outback Wagon is also introduced as an alternative to the burgeoning SUV market.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 19
  • cty
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  • 26
  • highway
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