2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited Review on Everyman Driver
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2011 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT first drive review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2011 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT lives in the shadow of the all mighty Subaru WRX STI. Think of the WRX STI as a scalpel and the Legacy 2.5 GT as the multi-tool Leatherman. But which one is the better car?
2010 Subaru Legacy Review
MPGomatic.com puts a 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium Sedan to a week-long test drive, rolling up over 500 miles. [ Full Review: http://www.mpgomatic.com/2010/06/13/2010-subaru-legacy-review/ ] Our test unit was equipped with the naturally-aspirated 2.5 liter Boxer four cylinder engine and CVT automatic transmission. (The CVT delivers better fuel economy than the six speed manual.)
The 2010 Subaru Legacy offers a trio of legendary Boxer engine choices along with Subaru's renown Symmetrical all-wheel-drive (AWD). The Legacy is an excellent alternative for folks that need the safety and security of AWD to deal with adverse weather conditions, but have no desire to drive a SUV or crossover. Legacy drivers in search of more gusto will likely opt for the 2.5-liter turbo four or 3.6-liter six.
2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT going 260kph
The new Subaru Legacy 2.5GT drafting 261kph (according to GPS data) after a Porsche Panamera 4S. The Porsche driver slowed down before each corner, hence the "loser" ;)
Without drafting, the Legacy goes up to 254kph
Subaru Tribeca - Explore
While specification is significantly enhanced, pricing is unchanged, starting from $53,990 for the Tribeca 3.6R five-seat.
Revised rear suspension on Subarus Medium Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) benefits ride quality, while significant transmission refinements enhance drivability too, producing an agile constant All-Wheel Drive performer.
Tribecas new 3.6 litre six-cylinder horizontally opposed boxer engine is the largest ever produced by Subaru, yet it retains the same dimensions as the superseded 3.0 litre unit and is 0.7 kg lighter.
Power is up 5.5 per cent from 180 Kilowatts to 190 kW, while torque is up an impressive 17.8 per cent from 297 Newtonmetres to 350 Nm.
The end result is vastly improved low-end torque and better fuel economy 11.6 litres per 100 kilometres versus 12.4 in the superseded model.