Redesigned 2020 Subaru Legacy: All You Need to Know

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Subaru’s Redesigned Legacy Boasts Massive Screen and Optional Turbo

The completely redesigned, seventh-generation 2020 Subaru Legacy made its debut at the recent Chicago Auto Show. It follows fully redesigned versions of the Impreza, Crosstrek, and Forester, as well as the all-new Ascent built on the automaker’s latest Subaru Global Platform (SGP).

According to Subaru, the redesign increases the vehicle’s body stiffness and agility, while creating a more comfortable and quiet cabin. It also improves fuel economy and adds more advanced safety features along with an improved infotainment system.

While Subaru made noteworthy upgrades to the Legacy’s chassis (like increasing its rigidity), an initial glance at the exterior reveals much the same car as the outgoing model. There are minor updates to the sedan’s grille, wheels, wheel arches, headlights, and body lines that give it a softer, more streamlined look. Overall, the car looks wider from the front and taller at the rear.

Sport models get black side mirrors, 18-inch wheels, a rear spoiler, and an exclusive grille with a black crossbar.

The Legacy was last redesigned for the 2015 model year and remained mostly unchanged until 2018, when it underwent noticeable styling updates. Despite the fact that the 2020 Legacy sedan is all-new in almost every way, you’d be hard-pressed to notice due to its conservative and relatively unchanged facade as compared to the outgoing model. However, inside and under the hood, the 2020 Legacy boasts vast improvements over its predecessor.

Keep reading to learn everything we know so far about the completely redesigned 2020 Subaru Legacy.

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