Subaru Legacy Problems - Subaru Legacy Transmission & Engine Problems

If you drive a Subaru Legacy, you need to read this article. The Subaru Legacy is an excellent vehicle, but it has its share of problems. Learn about Subaru Legacy Problems - Subaru Legacy Transmission & Engine Problems
March 20, 2010 - PRLog -- The best way to protect yourself from these Subaru Legacy problems is to get an extended warranty, which can save you thousands of dollars the next time your vehicle needs a repair. Don't risk paying thousands of dollars if your Subaru Legacy has engine or transmission problems, click on the link below to get a free quote on an extended warranty instead!

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The Subaru Legacy is a high quality automobile, but every car and truck on the road will run into problems at some point and the engine and or transmission are often the first problems that occur. Your best protection against these problems is to look into getting an extended warranty for your Subaru Legacy that will cover you against costly engine or transmission repairs.

The Subaru Legacy is a full-time all-wheel drive sedan that has been completely redesigned for 2010. The Legacy is available with a 170-hp naturally-aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder with a six-speed manual transmission (or optional six-speed CVT), or a 265-hp turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder with a six-speed manual transmission, or a, new for this year, 3.6-liter six-cylinder with a five-speed automatic. The CVT and automatic transmissions feature a manual mode with paddle levers on the steering wheel. Limited models feature leather seating, a six-disc 440-watt nine-speaker harman/kardon audio system, dual-zone automatic climate control and Bluetooth hands-free phone capability.

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