Compare the Subaru Legacy in Lewiston, ID

Subaru Legacy Bests its Competition in Lewiston, ID -- See How Here at Rogers Subaru!

New SUVs and crossovers might be gaining in popularity here in our northwestern Idaho neighborhood, but that means your options among mid-size sedans here in the greater Lewiston area are just as competitive as ever. However, not every car comes built to last, with a decades-long tradition of reliability and the advanced safety features, confident, powerful handling, and above all, creature comforts and amenities to show for it. The new Subaru Legacy is, and against rivals from Toyota and Honda to Hyundai, it shows where it counts. See for yourself, then be sure to give us a call or stop by our 1720 21st Street showroom to get the test-drive experience firsthand!

Rogers Subaru

1720 21st Street
Directions Lewiston, ID 83501

  • Call or Text Sales: (844) 566-4694
  • Service: (844) 286-0114
  • Parts: (208) 743-2700
  
 
 

Subaru Legacy vs Toyota Camry

  • Camry's base 203-horsepower, 2.5-liter Dynamic Force I4 engine might pull ahead of Legacy and its 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER engine in power, but higher trims are quick to make up for it, with a standard 3.6-liter engine capable of shelling 256 horsepower. You have to go top of the line in Camry to surpass that.
  • Camry may also get an edge in turning and pulling power at first, putting out 184 to 186 pound-feet of torque compared to Legacy at 174, depending on trim. However, Legacy again rockets ahead, with 247 pound-feet in higher trims, again forcing Camry to go to its line's head to regain a lead.
  • Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring come standard -- self-assurance in diverse road and weather conditions around Pullman, WA that Camry can't match.
  • Better yet, EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology comes standard across the lineup, home to an adaptive cruise control, pre-collision brakes, warnings for lane departure and sway, and a lane keep assist function. Camry offers its comparable Toyota Safety Sense P system.
  • Blind-spot detection, lane change assist, and rear cross-traffic alert become available as early in the Legacy line as 2.5i Premium. They're only available in Camry, however, at the midrange.
  • Legacy is roomier for the Moscow, ID trip, offering anywhere from 100.9 to 104.6 cubic feet for passengers. Camry offers only 99.3 to 100.4.
  • If you're looking for the height of entertainment for the road, you can get a standard 576-watt-equivalent, 12-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio system with a GreenEdge amplifier at the top of the Legacy lineup. Camry's top-tier JBL system, however, only features nine speakers.

Subaru Legacy vs Honda Accord

  • Accord features a 192-horsepower, 1.5-liter in-line four-cylinder engine in its base, ahead of the 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER in Legacy. However, Accord's engine is no match for the standard 256-horsepower, 3.6-liter model in higher Legacy trims.
  • The same goes for torque. Accord may put out 192 pound-feet to Legacy at 174, but the latter's 247 at higher trims leaves Accord in the dust, making Legacy the more powerful and confident-feeling choice for the Clarkston, WA ride.
  • Both Subaru Symmetrical AWD and the cornering precision of Active Torque Vectoring come standard, advancements you won't find in Accord.
  • Legacy incorporates the adaptive cruise control, pre-collision brake system, lane departure warning, sway warning, and lane keep assist features of its EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology standard across the lineup. Accord builds in its own suite of assistance features, Honda Sensing.
  • A blind-spot detector, lane change assist, and a rear cross-traffic warning are available in Legacy as early as the 2.5i Premium trim. They're only an option in Accord at its midrange.
  • Immersive entertainment comes standard at the top of the Legacy line, as a standard 576-watt-equivalent, 12-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio system with a GreenEdge amp takes your road mixes to the next level. Accord's flagship system, however, only builds in ten speakers.

 
 
 
 
 

Subaru Legacy vs Hyundai Sonata

  • Legacy and its 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER engine may come in behind Sonata and its 185-horsepower, 2.4-liter I4 at first, but not even Sonata's twin-scroll turbocharged 245-horsepower model can stand up to our sedan's 256-horsepower, 3.6-liter variant.
  • Ditto on torque. Sonata puts out 178 pound-feet initially, but even its 260 pound-feet is no match for the 247 pound-feet available in higher Legacy trims.
  • Standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring keep Legacy capable around corners, down uneven stretches of road, and through foul Asotin, WA weather. Sonata doesn't offer AWD.
  • Subaru EyeSight®, our automaker's proprietary driver-assist technology, comes standard, offering adaptive cruise control, a pre-collision braking system, lane departure and sway warnings, and a lane keep assist feature. Similar features are only available in Sonata at the midrange and in later trims.
  • A 576-watt-equivalent, 12-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio system sporting a GreenEdge amplifier comes standard at the top of the Legacy lineup. Sonata's Infinity premium sound system only features ten speakers.

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