Subaru adds a new model of the Legacy to its British range of cars called the ES Nav. As the name suggests, it comes as standard with a satellite navigation system.
This system includes a touch screen control, CD/DVD playback, integrated Bluetooth hands-free connectivity and steering wheel mounted controls. Other standard features on the ES Nav model include automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, remote control central locking, dual zone climate control, one-touch fold down rear seats, alloy wheels, electrically adjusted driver’s seat and a Thatcham category 1 alarm and immobiliser.
Engine-wise the car is powered by a 150PS and 196Nm of torque engine and can be had with either a manual or CVT transmission. Not to mention you get Subaru’s permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive by default.
The six-speed manual Legacy ES takes 9.8 seconds to 62mph while the maximum speed is 120mph. It returns 32.8mpg on a combined cycle and produces 199g/km CO2. The CVT model has a 0-62mph time of 11.3 seconds and a maximum speed of 120mph. It produces 187g/km of CO2 and has a combined fuel consumption cycle of 34.9mpg.
All that brilliant stuff plus Legacy’s legendary reliability and build quality, and the fact that it’s an understated and therefore cool car, all for £21,995!