The Most Advanced Legacy - Ever!

The new Legacy has been redesigned, inside and out, making it better than ever for you here in the Lancaster CA area. You'll get additional safety features, a reimagined style, more technology, and the new DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System available with your new Subaru Legacy in Palmdale.

Making its debut at the 2019 Chicago Auto show, the Legacy wowed the audience with its new design and long list of upgrades, including:

  • The new Subaru Global Platform
  • New 260-horsepower 2.4-liter turbocharged SUBARU BOXER® engine
  • Updated 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER® engine providing 182-horsepower
  • New High Definition STARLINK™ Multimedia infotainment system on an 11.6-inch touchscreen
  • Wider fenders, higher trunk surface, and a sleeker overall look

EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology

You've seen it, heard about it, or maybe even experienced it first-hand here in Rosamond or Edwards CA; but the new 2020 Subaru Legacy comes standard with the EyeSight® system. A new feature included with the adaptive cruise control function of EyeSight® is the Lane Centering Function. This system will help direct you back into your lane if you drift outside your lane. Combine this with the DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System, available on certain trims, you'll have an easier time staying focused on the road ahead. This system will even suggest a stop for some coffee and to stretch your legs if it detects that you're frequently distracted on your trip.

Another feature the 2020 Legacy offers is the Front View Monitor, included standard on the top-tier trim level. This feature captures images in your blind spots in front of the vehicle, so you can easily see if anything might be in your way. It's all projected clearly on the 11.6-inch STARLINK™ display. It's easy to see why the Legacy is the going to be the easy choice for sedan drivers here in the Santa Clarita area.

The 2020 Subaru Legacy will hit our showroom floor this fall in Lancaster CA, so stay tuned for more information as we get it!

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