2019 Subaru Legacy. In the cabin, the interior is more refined now comes with a gray titanium color option and steering wheel wrapped in leather. Update for the 2019, the Subaru Legacy sedan and the Now have prices to go with their revisions. The reconfiguration starts at $23,055 for the 2.5-cylinder four-cylinder 2.5i model, while the new remote areas begin with the same trimming and power generation at $26,810. Both are due in proxies this summer.
The 2019 Subaru Legacy 2.5i platform offers a 6.5-inch multi-media display with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Harman and Pandora Aha, Bluetooth and audio, as well as a USB port and auxiliary socket. For $350, you can add alloy wheels. Making the $2100 jump to the premium 2.5i, the screen expands to 8.0 inches and adds SMS text messages, voice controls, HD radio, and USB ports to the rear seat passengers. Apart from the larger, premium screen, which starts at $25,155, it gets 17-inch aluminum wheels, heated front seats and mirrors, a de-Acer wiper, dual climate control zone, driver’s seat 10-way driving with lumbar support, Steering wheel wrapped in leather, auto up / down driver and passenger windows, in addition to the upper illuminated console and internal pull front door.
For more than $1,545, the Premium models bring navigation and the STI range of driver assistance techniques, which include collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blindness detection, and rear traffic alarm. Premium also adds LED fog lights and body-folding folding mirrors with integrated turn signals. Choosing to pack a $1195 sunroof, Subaru will throw in a rear view mirror with dimming auto garage door bells. 2019 Subaru Legacy $27,205, Legacy 2.5i Customers in the world of sport will find two-color fabric upholstery with blue stitching, carbon trim (even sporty), 18-inch wheels, chrome-plated rucker trim, Wheel wrapped, Spoiler Diclide, fog lamps, auto mirror – dimming. Insight, navigation, and high-help packages add $2095 to the end result.
The car is designed to $29,955 US 2.5i Limited to add a spot of luxury to auto occasions, with perforated leather perforated perforations, electric sunroof, keyless entry with push button, heated backrest, seat cushions, seat driver and 10-way power With two memory position and lumbar support force, while the passenger gets a four-way power seat. Fog fog lights become part of the equation, as do 18-inch wheels and Subaru suspension stoppers, plus body color folding mirrors and a rear-view auto dimming with Homelink. Standard features include to help the driver detect blind spots while helping to change the track as well as the alarm across the back traffic.
2019 Subaru Legacy STI equipped with Legacy 2.5i cars Limited also get front-command driving respond with automatic height adjustment. The $2095 option adds to the poster. You can choose six six-power electric power and 2019 Subaru Legacy Limited 3.6999 for $32,805, Subaru throw in LED headlights, paddle shifters, and stainless exhaust tip surrounds. STI adds high beam help and navigation for $1,595. The round model starts higher than the line at $37,405 and is fully loaded to a large extent, featuring low profile silver profile rails, a dark gray grille insert, an 18-inch finish with machined, dark gray color.
All models of the Touring Oubac feature an interior design of brown java with stitching in contrast to ivory. The steering wheel is heated and the top / bottom auto windows on all four doors are part of the package as well. Finally, those who need every last bell and whistler, take care to spend $39,605 for the privilege – a tour can be described with a six-cylinder engine.
The base engine 2.5-liter Boxer produces the same 175 horsepower (130 kW) and pairs for the same CVT with paddle shifters. The quadruple propulsion comes standard and, of course, an active torque system gives 2019 Subaru Legacy more grip in less than ideal conditions. Updates to the front-end, grille, side mirrors, rear bumper keep fresh things updated to mid-course. The next 2019 Subaru Legacy engine uses the same 2.0-liter boxing engine that produces 175 hp (130 kW), but offers a two-layer piece of cloth with blue stitching and carbon fiber trim. A set of 18-inch sports wheels, a sports-style grille, and chrome accents through the finished body pack, each for $26,345.