Subaru Legacy, I miss you.

Subaru Legacy, I miss you…

I had the wonderful opportunity to partner with Subaru to test drive the Subaru Legacy, and man, Subaru Legacy, I miss you!  Coming from years of driving a minivan, driving the Legacy brought me back to my youth when driving a car was way cooler than driving a minivan.  What I really miss the most about driving it is driving it in the evenings.  It felt like I was flying a plane.  Ok, so not really a plane because I don’t know what that feels like, but with all the lit up bells and whistles, it was almost magical.  Take a look…isn’t it pretty??

2015 Subaru Legacy


In the photo above you can see the +eyesight driver assistance system (it looks like a mini runway) and it would alert you if you started to cross into another lane.  I love the colors too.  I can’t even explain the feeling that I had when I was driving it.  Now that I’m thinking about it, there are a lot of features that I miss.  Like the rear view back up camera!  It was so nice to have that because I hate pulling out of a parking space when I can’t see past the car next to me.  I also really, really miss the moonroof.  I used to have one way back when and now with my Outlander, I don’t have one now and that makes me sad.  I loved having the moonroof open while driving down the country roads out here.  Now it just feels like I’m cooped up.  I miss seeing the sunlight shining through it on hot summer days.  And I’ll share one more feature that I miss…the heated seats!  Oh yes, being in the Midwest with below zero temperatures and snow, having a seated heat is like heaven on Earth.  I don’t have one now and I sure could use one!  There are so many cool things that I miss, like the entire dashboard! HA!  Man, I wish I knew then what I know now because I’m pretty sure my auto purchase would have been different!  Subaru Legacy, I miss you!  *Note to self…next time…..


Make informed choices when you purchase your next vehicle and pay the Subaru Legacy a visit.  For more information on the 2015 (or 2016) Subaru Legacy you can visit their Facebook Page, tweet them on Twitter or go visit your local Subaru dealer.