Highlighting How the New Subaru Legacy Beats Out the Competition

When you're shopping for a new midsize car in Valdosta, it's beneficial to compare your options before making the final decision. That's why O'Steen Subaru of Valdosta is breaking down how the new Subaru Legacy outshines rival cars like the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, and Hyundai Sonata. After exploring the differences between these popular sedans, we hope you'll have a better idea of why the new Subaru Legacy should be your next automotive investment.

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Subaru Legacy vs. Toyota Camry

  • Performance: One factor that draws many drivers to the Subaru Legacy near Nashville, GA, is that it comes standard with all-wheel drive, giving you traction when you need it most. The Toyota Camry reserves this drivetrain as an optional, costly upgrade.

  • Interior Design: While both vehicles have a spacious cabin, they differ in design and quality. The Legacy comes standard with many high-quality, soft-touch surfaces that provide durability and style to the cabin. The Camry comes standard with more low-rent materials covering its surfaces, leaving higher quality materials for higher trim levels.

  • Infotainment Screens: You'll find a 7-inch touchscreen in the each vehicle's base configuration. However, the Subaru Legacy offers a massive 11.6-inch vertically oriented touchscreen that delivers crisp graphics and simple menus. The Toyota Camry offers a much smaller optional 9-inch touchscreen.

Subaru Legacy vs. Hyundai Sonata

  • Ride Quality: You'll love driving the new Subaru Legacy near Ellentown as it delivers sporty driving dynamics and an incredibly smooth ride, even when the road gets bumpy. The Hyundai Sonata also feels composed, but it struggles to maintain a smooth ride over roads that are noticeably uneven or pothole-filled.

  • Interior Space: The Legacy provides an abundance of space for passengers, including up to 39.5 inches of legroom in the second row, ensuring your back-seat passengers stay comfortable. The Sonata is slightly more cramped in its second row, offering several inches less in rear-seat legroom compared to the Legacy.

  • Safety Ratings: The Subaru Legacy received excellent safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, getting five stars in all crash and rollover tests. The Hyundai Sonata also received great ratings but only got four out of five stars in the frontal crash test.






 

Subaru Legacy vs Nissan Altima

  • Both the Altima and Legacy have two engines for Nashville, GA drivers to choose from and the Legacy delivers more powerful. The Altima has a 182 horsepower 2.5L four-cylinder or a 2.0L turbo four-cylinder that generates 235 horsepower. The standard BOXER engine powering the Legacy is a 2.5L four-cylinder BOXER with 182 horsepower and Auto Stop-Start Technology. Or choose the 260 horsepower 2.4L turbo BOXER engine for more powerful performance.
  • When it comes to state of the art multimedia systems the Legacy comes out on top with the latest version of STARLINK multimedia with an 11.6-inch touchscreen display and 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity. The Altima only has an 8-inch touchscreen display and does not offer Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • You don't want your passengers to be cramped in the rear seats? The Altima has significantly less rear passenger space with only 36.9 inches of headroom and 35.2 inches of legroom. The Legacy, however, has 37.2 inch of headroom and 39.5 inches of legroom.
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    The differentiating factors listed above are just a sampling of the many ways that the new Subaru Legacy eclipses the competition. If you'd like to learn more ways that this Subaru car wins over rival cars, visit O'Steen Subaru of Valdosta today. And consider scheduling a test drive in the new Legacy to see for yourself why you should consider purchasing or leasing this new Subaru model near Hahira.