Subaru Legacy Vs. The Competition

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948 Worcester Road
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Natick, MA 01760

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See how the Subaru Legacy Stacks Up to the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry

The new Subaru Legacy continues to stand out among its competition. With so many choices in the mid-size sedan market, drivers may need some assistance when deciding on a model. MetroWest Subaru is here to help all of our Boston area customers make the best decision. Compare the new Legacy against the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry today. Customers can also stop by and speak with one of our knowledgeable and friendly sales associates today. Whether you're in Natick, Boston, Belmont, or Norwood, contact us today for more information and see why we are quickly becoming the area's leading Subaru dealer.

2017 Subaru Legacy vs. 2017 Honda Accord

  • Unlike the new Honda Accord, the Subaru Legacy comes standard with all-wheel drive allowing drivers to tackle a variety of road conditions with ease and take the adventure further.
  • The new Subaru Legacy also comes standard with an infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is not standard in the Honda Accord.
  • Despite the Honda Accord's recent redesign, the new Subaru Legacy updated appearance transitions effortlessly from work to play thanks to its sleek lines and distinctive curves.
  • Standard features in the Subaru Legacy also include Pandora and iHeartRadio integration that is not included with the new Honda Accord.
  • 2017 Subaru Legacy vs. 2017 Toyota Camry

  • Though both sedan comes comparably equipped, the new Toyota Camry has a higher MSRP than the new Subaru Legacy.
  • The Subaru Legacy gets an EPA estimated 35 miles per gallon on the highway compared to the Toyota Camry's 33 mile-per-gallon highway fuel economy.
  • The Subaru Legacy also has a greater fuel tank capacity than the Toyota Camry, holding up to 18.5 gallons.
  • Better performance is also included in the new Subaru Legacy, getting 174 horsepower standard compared to the Toyota Camry's 170 horsepower engine.
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