Subaru Legacy For Sale Fayetteville NC

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New 2022 Subaru Legacy in Fayetteville

The 2022 Subaru Legacy is one of the most recent additions to the midsize sedan category. It's filled with cutting-edge technology, including a comprehensive suite of sophisticated driver assistance systems and a tablet-style touchscreen that's among the largest in the class. Fort Bragg Subaru legacy lovers can come to Cross Creek Subaru in Fayetteville to check out the new legacy model.


The Legacy is the only car in its class to come standard with all-wheel drive. The 2022 Subaru Legacy goes from 0 to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds. The optional turbocharged engine in the Legacy is quite powerful, and it's the one we prefer.

The Legacy tends to handle well, holding the road somewhat better than comparable midsize sedans. The steering wheel is well-weighted, and the Subaru reacts instinctively to driver inputs.

The engine lineup remains unaltered, with the Base, Premium, Sport, and Limited trims driven by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine producing 182 horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque and the XT trims powered by a turbocharged 2.4-liter engine producing 260 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to a continuously variable gearbox that comes standard with all-wheel drive.

While braking, there is a significant nosedive, making it difficult to slow smoothly. The automatic engine stop-start mechanism is also not smooth, and the vehicle bucks on the restart with the force of a low-speed rear impact.

Trim levels


While the base trim of the Legacy is sparse in terms of amenities, it is sufficiently equipped to avoid seeming cheap.


The Premium trim level includes several noteworthy features. A newly built center console with rear HVAC outlets helps rear passengers remain cool.


Although the Sport level lacks chassis upgrades, it does have black-painted 18-inch wheels, mirror housings, grille, and rear bumper. Proximity entry, LED fog lights, a sunroof, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink are all included on the Premium trim level.


The Limited trim adds perforated leather upholstery with memory configuration for the driver's seat, as well as a seat cushion extension and a 576-watt Harman Kardon sound system with 12 speakers.

XT Limited

The turbocharged version now includes the previously optional package, twin exhaust outlets, and front door glass that is acoustically laminated.

XT Touring

The top-of-the-line model includes perforated Nappa leather seats with ventilation, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a 180-degree-view front camera. Satin chrome door mirrors characterize its appearance.


The Legacy's cabin is cozy and welcoming, with plenty of space for tall people everywhere. The back seat area is surprisingly large, with enough toe space under the front seats and plenty of headroom. Adjustments are few but finding a comfortable driving posture is simple. The Legacy is simple to enter and exit, and the wide windows provide great outward sight.

The only oversight is an excessive dependence on the center touchscreen. There are minimal physical controllers, and the majority of functionality is accessible via touchscreen menus. The absence of a separate button for disabling engine stop-start is especially aggravating given the system's invasive nature. Additionally, the infotainment system is sluggish in responding to user inputs. On the plus side, the majority of menus are simple to browse.


The Legacy's trunk measures 15.1 cubic feet, which is small by class standards. However, the cargo compartment is spacious and lofty, making it ideal for storing large goods. The back seats that fold down using a trunk-mounted lever or a button on the seat add to the vehicle's practicality. The one shortcoming is that the middle seat belt stays connected to the rear shelf, obstructing access even when the seat is folded flat. This space is enough for most Sanford nuclear families.

Numerous storage options are available in the interior, including a two-tier underarm console, reasonably sized door pockets, a tiny bin in front of the shifter, and a shelf in front of the passenger.

Visit Cross Creek Subaru Today!

At Cross Creek Subaru, our optimized location enables us to serve all clients from Southern Pines to Hope Mills. We have all trims available for clients to check out. Reach us through the contacts on our website to schedule a test drive.