2015 Subaru Legacy Photo Gallery (23 Photos)

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Subaru's midsize sedan was redesigned for 2015 and although it's not nearly as stylish as the concept version that debuted in L.A., Legacy fans should still find enough to like. Aside from the sedan's large hexagonal grille and more sloping rear roofline, its exterior styling is overall conservative.

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The interior, however, got a big makeover with a new 6.2-inch touch-screen multimedia system highlighting the dash. Subaru also said passenger room is up this year since the car grew slightly larger. Check out the gallery below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

Kj

In 2 years this redesign will already be boring. Wait, it is already boring now. Really Subaru, could you have not tried to make the Legacy look like a 2010 Hyundai Sonota and Ford Taurus in the front? Tail lights also appear to be parts from another car. The interior design is just ok. Can't wait for 2021 Legacy design for it will look like a 2012 Focus.

FG

Really disappointing redesign. Front looks like a Malibu, rear might as well have been lifted from the previous Infiniti M37. Really doesn't make me want one that much more than an Optima, or a Camry for that matter.

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