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  1. TL;DR – A Subaru Legacy recklessly speeds through morning traffic and weaves through tight pockets of space between cars. Ends up side swiping a Toyota Wish causing a jam on the PIE during morning rush hour. It’s 8am and you’re on the way to work. The morning traffic is not too bad and you look like you’ll make it to the office with little to no hiccups. But, life is funny and loves to throw you a curve ball every now and then. In this case, it’s in the form of a Subaru Legacy with a driver that has shit for brains. Watch the viral video here: Crazy driver This m
  2. How will be the response of this japan made 2.5L all wheel drive compared to accord teana or Camry? Car built is solid with reasonable comfort level and great rear leg room. Tinge of luxury: Sunroof, 7" touchscreen LCD with reverse cam, 12 Harman speakers, good interior soundproofing, 7 airbags etc. With $18,000 omv and sub $140,000 selling price, AD is making over $30,000 per car at current $70,000 COE.
  3. The New Subaru Legacy has finally been revealed in Chigago Auto Show last night. Exterior seems more like a facelift but is actually new. Interior takes a huge step forward. Looks premium. And for US, they will get the 2.4 litre turbo. Wonder if the Japan domestic market will have this turbo engine other than the improved 2.5 litre engine when it is launched. Since the Legacy has been revealed and will only be on sale in the States in September this year, perhaps in a few months time, will get to see the Outback. Report and photos: https://www.motor1.com/news/304260/2020-subaru-legacy
  4. if given a choice between the 2 vehicles, which do you think is a better, more valuable purchase? which offers a better fuel economy, reliability, performance, comfort? anybody owns the 2 vehicles care to give a review?
  5. Hi all, I am looking at a 2007 and 2009 legacy 2.5 GT. Is there any difference in their spec? How about maintenance wise? How about modification in the future? is it gonna be more exp and harder than modifying NA car?
  6. If your Subaru's engine cranks up and switches off by itself, do not be afraid as your car isn't possessed by supernatural forces. What happens is that if the remote starter key fob is dropped, a software glitch could occur and it may randomly transmit an engine start request without pressing the button. The engine will run for up to 15 minutes, but could continue to start and stop until the petrol tank is emptied or the fob battery goes flat. The danger is that if the vehicle is parked in an enclosed area, there is a risk of carbon monoxide build-up which may cause asphyxiation.
  7. Roughly A decade ago, technologies like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and pedestrian detection are normally found on high-end/luxury models but things have changed nowadays as more automakers have equipped their lower-end or entry level models with such features. And Subaru is one of them as the company has introduced their new EyeSight driver assistance system which will appear on the 2013 Legacy and Outback. Subaru recently announced their EyeSight system which the company will officially debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The Eyesight system integrates adapti
  8. [extract] Subaru will preview their Advanced Touring Concept, said to be the next-generation Legacy, next month at the Tokyo Motor Show. Unlike the high-roofed Subaru Outback, the Advanced Touring Concept is a sleek looking wagon that suggests Subaru
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