Do your research and you'll find out
about the excellent crash test rating.
However, the Legacy L is also fun to
drive when you get the manual
transmission. It is not a fast car, but
it has the same mass-to-horsepower ratio
as a MINI Cooper base model. The Legacy
L only needs 87 octane gas instead of 91
octane gas, which saves you money as well.
It's roomy enough to move 6' book
shelves (one at a time), yet drives like
a car. Take it to the snow (which I did)
and AWD shines.
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