Used 2006 Subaru Legacy Wagon Consumer Reviews

List Price Estimate
$2,104 - $4,384

Used Legacy for Sale
None for sale nearby. Instead:
See all for sale

Trending topics in reviews

Pros
Cons

A "poorman's Porsche" 4 wheel wagon?

Multisport transport, 11/29/2010
2.5i Special Edition 4dr Wagon AWD (2.5L 4cyl 4A)
11 of 11 people found this review helpful

4 years and 75,400 miles and it's still a blast to drive. Very reliable except wheel bearing issues on both the front and rear passenger side wheels. Extended warranty actually paid off. (Had a costly transmission fiasco with prior Volvo all wheel Cross Country) Broke even this time. Combines practicality and style, costs less than an Honda Accord, handles better than VW Passat and offers the all wheel drive of an Audi A4 wagon which costs $15,000 more. I bought a Harley Davidson Nightrod with the savings. The long wagon roof line and additional interior space provides versatility for carrying gear for family vacations and outdoor adventures. Decent MPG range of 23 town & 30 on highway.

Report Abuse

I don't miss my truck

Reece, 06/06/2009
2.5i Special Edition 4dr Wagon AWD (2.5L 4cyl 4A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

I bought the car as a lease return with 16k miles, here I am 6 months later and the car is just shy of 30k miles. This car is amazing on snow and ice, drove it from Seattle to Denver and on to Texas in the middle of the winter, handled the Rockies like a champ. I went 470 miles on a single tank of gas, and a total of 2200 miles in 3 days. The seats are supportive and the car is amazing to handle, I can always tell what it's going to do next. I'm sad to say my car got a little personal with a silverado at 35 mph, and he won, but the passenger cabin remained intact and I walked away with a bruised ego. An amazingly safe vehicle.

Report Abuse

The Dragon Wagon

Chad, 07/13/2006
2.5 GT Limited 4dr Wagon AWD w/Black Int. (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 5A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

I love this ride! You are pretty much getting a higher end sports car for under $30k. Takes corners very well, even with a case full of stuff on the racks, but still smooth over rougher roads. With the turbo and sport shift you can get around the slow driver on the two lane roads very quickly. Interior is tasteful, nothing gaudy inside. Lower profile and sleeker look than the Outback but still have the AWD. The ability to make some "simple" mods to maximize that boxer engine.

Report Abuse

Great car

charlie123, 09/26/2005
2.5i 4dr Wagon AWD (2.5L 4cyl 5M)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

This is our 6th Subaru and the best so far. Acceleration isn't breath taking, but adequate, especially considering that I get 31+ for most of my driving which is 10% city and 90% mountain hwy. Good room, comfortable interior and pretty quiet/smooth ride. Lots of goodies for the money, with almost every power "option" is standard. All wheel drive is great especially for winter driving. I don't have to be concerned about being able to get home. We paid less than $18,000, which is a great buy! Very nimble handling on the "twisties", really a fun car to drive!

Report Abuse

great car

ted phillips, 09/19/2005
2.5 GT Limited 4dr Wagon AWD w/Ivory Int. (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 5A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

This is a very high performance wagon with outstanding road holding characteristics. The turbocharged engine provides excellent power and is well matched with the 5-speed automatic transmission. The sport shift and manual features of the transmission are very useful on winding roads or grades because you can hold the gear you want without the automatic shifting mid-corner or when you lift your foot. The suspension has considerable travel and soaks up road irregularities quite well although I would prefer a little more roll resistance. The car is very quite with minimal wind noise and very little road noise despite the 17 inch wheels.

Report Abuse
Items per page: