No real complaints to this point. We really enjoy the car and it has been everything that we hoped it would be. I am a little concerned about the materials in parts of the interior, particularly the door, as they feel cheap and I'm not sure how they will hold over time. For now though, couldn't be happier.
2008 Subaru LegacySelkbre - Missouri Valley, IA08/03/2010
Ever since I have bought my 2008 Subaru Legacy, I couldn't have been happier with my decision! Its a car that has excellent safety reviews and is enjoyable to ride in! Since starting to drive, I've gotten atleast 28 miles per gallon which is a little more than what the dealers had stated. I would certainly recommend this car to anybody! It would be very hard for me to switch to a different type of car in the future!
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2008 Subaru LegacySteve - Hartford, CT10/14/2011
This is a well-equipped sports vehicle. With that in mind, the ride is tight and the seats are sports-fitted, not soft and cushy -- this is not a luxury car. Having the option to choose a response package is great for either economy or performance mode. There is some gearbox noise, but it is to be expected with an all-wheel drive vehicle, and the road noise is slightly noticable. The model comes with almost all options, and the only complaint I have is with the cheaper radio tuner that often gets interference on low-frequency stations from rear-window defroster and a couple of other gadgets. A fun car to drive in either automatic or manual, the car hugs the road, corners well, and gets 24-25 mpg in economy mode.
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