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  • Subaru Legacy (third generation)


    Subaru launched the third generation Japanese and world-market Legacy in June 1998, while the North American model was introduced in May 1999 for the 2000 model year. In all markets except for the United States, production lasted through 2002, with a limited production Blitzen model sold mid-cycle under the 2003 model year in Japan. Production in the United States lasted through 2004. At its introduction in 1999, it won the Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference Car of the Year award in Japan. All models were equipped with standard, symmetrical all wheel drive. World-market and Japanese models ranged from a normally aspirated 2.0 liter flat-4 to the EZ30 in the 3.0R model. Even though dimensions became mid-sized, it was still rated by the EPA as a compact car. Flat roof wagons are no longer manufactured worldwide, and instead the raised roof is used for both the Legacy wagon and Legacy Outback (Lancaster in Japan). In 2001 the EZ30, a newly designed 3.0 L H6 was offered in the Outbacks. The Legacy is the only vehicle in this class that provides AWD as standard equipment.

  • Subaru Legacy (fifth generation)


    For a complete overview of each generation, see Subaru Legacy The fifth-generation Subaru Legacy was originally unveiled as a concept car at the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the model, and the production version was introduced at the 2009 New York International Auto Show. Production of the fifth generation started on 29 May 2009.

  • Subaru Legacy (fourth generation)


    For a complete overview of each generation, see Subaru Legacy The fourth generation of the Subaru Legacy was introduced in 2003 and saw a complete redesign of the Legacy on an all-new platform. Development began by the beginning of 1999, with styling freeze in early 2001 and engineering sign-off in 2003.

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