2018 Subaru Legacy Facelift Review & Changes

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelift Review & Changes – Subaru is coming back to the Chicago Auto Show three years right after it offered the 6th generation Legacy in 2018 with the facelifted model. The 2018 Legacy comes along with styling changes – although you will be challenged to see them at first unless of course, you are a lover of the brand, as well as enhancements to the chassis and new ease and comfort and technology features.

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted

Checking out the up-to-date Legacy from the front, you will get a bigger front grille with a chrome wing element, new headlamp clusters with daytime LED jogging lighting fixtures, and a restyled fender with bigger and reduced air intake, although, at the back, there is a new rear fender design that also includes included tailpipes. Subaru also extra new wheel models and two new colors called Magnetite Gray Metallic and Crimson Red Pear.

Inside, Subaru delivered the Legacy up to date on the tech front by having an enhanced and speedier STARLINK Multimedia system featuring greater 6.5-inch standard and non-obligatory 8-inch display screens that change the past 6. and 7.2-inch display screens correspondingly. The system is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capable and contributes a series of new apps, such as one for bird watchers.

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted Interior

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted Interior

The center gaming system encircle is new as is the steering wheel, throughout Premium and greater trims, Subaru used genuine sewing on the dash, seats, and door solar panels, together with high-gloss black trim and silver-color bezels for numerous controls. Also new for 2018 are automatic securing doors, increased latch anchors for kid seats, a Steering Sensitive Headlight (SRH) system and a tire strain checking system (TPMS) that now picks up stress changes at each tire.

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted Specs

2018 Subaru Legacy Facelifted Specs

Although the engine range that makes up a 175hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder boxer and a 256hp 3.6-liter 6-cylinder boxer, each paired to a standard CVT, continues to be the exact same, Subaru promises to have re-tuned the suspension to improve speed, together with enhanced steering and brake feel. In add-on, thanks to new sound-insulation inside motion picture window for the front side windows and heavier rear wheel effectively aprons, the 2018 model is mentioned to be less noisy. Subaru strategies to release the 2018 Legacy in the US and Canada over the summer.