The 2020 Subaru legacy comes in six levels of adjustment: Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, XT Limited, and Touring XT. Each level of bravery offers a mix of luxury looks and updates with XT clothes adding, among other things, a more powerful engine. The option packages are minimal and straightforward, and they offer similar features at each trim level. When Subaru Legacy comes to riding quality, Heritage is exactly what you want.
Subaru 2020 Legacy suspension absorbs road imperfections without disturbing the residents, creating a sharp feeling. 2020 Legacy feels composed on winding roads, but it is definitely one step behind rivals like Honda Accord and Mazda6 when it comes to handling versatility.
2020 Subaru Heritage Interior
The redesigned 2020 Subaru Legacy interior now ranks among the best in the class. It is no longer plagued by a soft, boring style. Rather, it looks stylish and modern. There are plenty of top-tier materials, bringing the Legacy to the level of richer-than-average sedans. The seats are comfortable and supportive, and driver visibility is excellent. Space is a true story, anyway. There is plenty of head and foot space in both rows and the six pedestrians can ride on their backs without any problems. Few other medium-sized cars offer so much lounge. There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for installing car seats. Standard features include the Starlink infotainment system, a 7-inch touch screen, four speakers, satellite radio, Bluetooth, two USB ports, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Available features for the 2020 Subaru Legacy include dual-surface automated climate control, wireless charging, a six-speaker audio system, a 12-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, and an 11.6-inch touchscreen, two additional USB ports, and navigation. The Subaru infotainment system is user friendly, and you can control some functions via the touch screen or using the physical buttons and knobs. But the 11.6-inch touch screen is the real star of the show. It is large and easy to see and responds quickly to inputs.
2020 Subaru Heritage Engine
Most Legacy models have a four-cylinder engine with 182 horsepower, while the top braces – the XT Limited and the Touring XT – feature a four-cylinder with a 260-horsepower engine. Both get the job of traveling around town or on the highway, but the turbo-four is noticeably punchier and helps Legacy accelerate faster. However, Heritage does not get along quickly with any of the engines.
This Subaru has a typical fuel economy for the class, gaining 27 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway with its base engine. This is a little more impressive when you consider that all-wheel-drive vehicles are generally slightly less fuel-efficient than two-wheeled vehicles. With the turbocharged engine, estimates drop to 24 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway.
2020 Subaru Heritage Security
Neither the Highway Safety Insurance Institute nor the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has attempted the Subaru 2020 Legacy crash. Standard driver assistance features include adaptive cruise control, lane holding assistance, movement warning, movement warning front collision, automatic emergency braking, and a rear camera. Some of these features are part of Subaru’s EyeSight group of driver assistance technology. Available safety features include driver drowsiness monitoring, blind-spot monitoring, rear-end traffic signaling, automatic reverse braking, and a 180-degree front-facing camera.