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2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan - Consumer Reviews

2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan

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Real 07 Subaru owner
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Nuka
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2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.5i 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl 5M)


Review

For starters i drive a 2.5i SE this car was almost fully loaded, the cars gas mileage was less then what i had expected but vary reliable at my security job witch i drive over 150miles a night, only now having to deal with upkeep after owning it for one year (tires breaks ext...) never missed a single oil change and beats good at 150k. has a little lag to when you hit the gas if your not in semi manual mode. horrible grip on ice but grips alright on snow and rain, i would slow down accordingly to traffic. seats arnt the most comfy in the world but for someone who doesn't slouch in there chair its really comfortable. steering wheel could have had more up and down adjustments to it. vehicle is well made although has some throttle issues on idle from the ac/heater unit that may not even be an issue more or less a nuisance if you don't like your car making sounds. Car definitely has a personality of its own, it will tell you if you ever get low on oil just by how it idles. i have caught the oil low two times now from idle and have yet to see the oil light on except for when doing oil changes. Definitely not a race car and Definitely not a toy, leave that to cheaper modified cars. minor issue would be on dash where the material they used is easily rubbed to skin and bone but easily replaced. Moon roof never leaks and really ease to work on. Finally for the ricers, yes they do have tailfins and a tow bar please dont modify it, it looks bad.


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Legacy hasn't disappointed
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By Penguins9
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2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.5i 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl 5M)


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Have owned this vehicle for almost three months and couldn't be happier. I have yet to drive in the snow, but overall handling is good. The interior has a nice sleek design with a nice sporty exterior. The most impressive aspect of this car is the smoothness on highways. After searching nearly six months for my newest purchase, I narrowed my search to the Legacy and Civic. I went with the Legacy because of price and AWD. In my two months, I have been extremely impressed with Subaru.


Best Features

A/C, handling, AWD, power mirrors, sleek exterior and tinted rear-view mirror.


Worst Features

Small trunk, power, gas mileage.


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Legacy for a Legacy
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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Exterior Design
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By J
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2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.5i 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl 5M)


Review

This car replaces my 1990 Legacy LS which lasted me 167,000 miles (until cracked engine block). '07 edition looks good, handles well, gets great mileage, has decent trunk space and is more peppier (w/2.5L) than my 1990 (w/2.0L). One quirk: car bucks at a certain rpm in all gears when when foot held steady on gas pedal on moderate downgrades (supposedly due to electronic gas pedal). Dealer says that's the way the car is designed. If you have a manual tranny, try this yourself, as this is supposedly common to all Legacy SIs. That said, I'd still rather have a 5 speed stick than an auto transmission.


Best Features

Split fold-down seats. I waited 6 years to buy until Subaru resurrected this feature. What took them so long? Moonroof, mpg/miles until need gas electronic display,


Worst Features

More color options. Wanted the charcoal grey exterior but not offered on SI. Offer dark interior on all models. Not enough places to put stuff like sunglasses (armrest box inconvenient) and nothing in rear. Single CD/radio console doesn't allow upgrading. Small glovebox. No key for trunk release.


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