2004 Subaru Legacy Overview

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Trims

2.5 GT
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Avg. Price: $7,072
2.5 GT Wagon
L
Avg. Price: $6,887
L 35th Anniversary Edition
Avg. Price: $7,307
L 35th Anniversary Edition Wagon
L Wagon
Avg. Price: $6,978

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4.55 stars

Based on 10 reviews

Confidence Building Car by Michael
 — AWD a I4 engine are a wonderful combination. This car we got new in the family, it is a wonderful winter car and inspires confidence. It's engine sounds vastly different then any other due to the way ... Read More
Love My Subaru Legacy Wagon by MrEvolution
 — Excellent car for every person, especially the power with manual transmission. I installed the McCintosh radio system the Outback VDC 3.0R and it is a direct fit and sounds great. Super easy to do m... Read More
I'd Do It Again by Shaggyman
 — Love this car. My third. Great car for my family and dog. It's not a car for performance hounds. It's got a 4 cyl engine - but passes fine everywhere except hills. It rarely needs repairs - this i... Read More

2004 Subaru Legacy Overview

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2004 Subaru Legacy

SUV versatility with car-like handling, high safety ratings, and reliable performance are hallmarks of the Subaru Legacy.  Whether in sedan or wagon form, the 2004 Subaru Legacy is a top choice for families looking for a sturdy and spacious vehicle or for people living in wintry climates needing a dependable tank that can get through harsh weather conditions.  

With full-time AWD as its biggest selling point, the 2004 Legacy is unchanged this year, in preparation for a new generation in 2005.  Celebrating 35 years of Subaru, a 35th Anniversary Edition takes the place of the L Special Edition.  In addition to all that this trim offers (sunroof, foglights, leather wheel and wood trim), special badging, a 6-way power driver's seat, and 16-inch alloy wheels are included.  All trim levels are offered as a sedan or wagon, each with the 2.5-liter, 165-hp H4 engine and choice of 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.  The base L is nicely equipped with power features, a CD player, and cruise control.  The sportier 2.5GT has a sport suspension, limited slip differential, larger front brakes, Sportshift mode with the auto tran, heated leather seats and mirrors, and a Momo steering wheel.  It also adds side impact bags to the standard dual front ones.  

Wagons are the most versatile of the 2004 Legacy lineup, offering up to 68 cubic feet of space and a roof rack.  The sedan's rear seats do not fold down, but feature a pass-through to the 12.4 cubic foot trunk.  Drivers wish the fold-down seats were standard in sedans, and they also want some V6 power in the 2004 Legacy.  Other complaints mention tight legroom for drivers and passengers, and bland styling compared to the rugged Outback.  Tight handling, a smooth ride, and the unflappable AWD are highlights.

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Subaru Legacy Questions

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Mysterious "check Engine" Light & Hesitation Problem

2004 Subaru Legacy Issue/problem: 5-6 months ago the vehicle began hesitating/bogging upon acceleration (it seemed to us to be most obvious/apparent while on the highway/freeway, but ?). For approx...

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Rraagwe Trish Warona April
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Can 2l Scooby Legacy Use 3l Engine For Scooby

My car is using 2L engine i want more power can i buy 3L engine nd fit in, do i need only engine or other things

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samsun
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How To Dismantle Windshield Wipers

I wonder how dismantle and replace windshields wiper sure I will go to Pep shop or other place pick up proper details and will go ahead to replace same.

149 views with 2 answers (last answer about a year ago)
samsun
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How To Replace Headlight Bulb On 2004 Subaru Legacy

I need to buy and replace headlight bulb

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guyjohn
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Legacy 04 Stuck In Park, Fuse (20amp) For Brake Light Blown.

I have changed out both rear brake light bulbs and checked fittings but fuse still blows after a few minutes. I pulled all the lamps from the light bar with no changes. What else can I try please?

317 views with 3 answers (last answer about a year ago)