Subaru has fully redesigned the 2020 Legacy, promising improvements across the board in its popular midsize sedan.

Drivers from Vancouver, WA to Portland love the Subaru Legacy. Between its handsome styling and well-rounded performance, the Legacy has managed to build up a strong reputation in the areas near Longview, WA. But now, it's getting even better.

With its recent redesign, the 2020 Legacy will be available with a spate of upgrades and improvements. From performance and capability to comfort and connectivity, the new Legacy is a strong showing across the board.

To start with, the 2020 Legacy is built on Subaru's new Global Platform. The switch affords better structural stiffness, improved handling, and a quieter cabin. Subaru is offering updated powertrain options in the 2020 Legacy as well. The old 2.5-liter BOXER engine has been bumped up to 182 horsepower, while a newly available 2.4-liter turbocharged engine makes a healthy 260 horsepower. Standard symmetrical all-wheel drive remains.

Changes are found in the Legacy's looks as well. Subaru has sharpened the lines and styling cues for a sportier look.

On the inside, the new 2020 Legacy has been refreshed as well. Subaru enthusiasts will find the balance of comfort, utility, and style to be familiar. One of the more exciting updates for the 2020 Legacy is its available 11.6-inch STARLINK Multimedia touchscreen. It's the largest touchscreen available yet in the Legacy yet.

Ready to test drive the 2020 Legacy? Head over to Dick Hannah Subaru near Beaverton and Gresham for a test drive!

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