Most significant changes: Standard black 17-inch alloy wheels with machine finish on base trim (previously a $350 option); added standard safety features and moonroof for Sport; new climate control system vents in the rear of the center console for Premium
Pricing: Base models increase by $100, to $23,955. Premium models also increase $100, to $26,205. Sport trims start at $29,750, a $1,730 hike. Limited trim pricing increases by $100, to $30,905. Limited XT models increase $50, to $35,455. The top Touring XT trim also rises $50, to $37,155. All prices include a $960 destination charge, which has increased by $35.
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Which Should you buy, 2021 or 2022? Unless you’re considering a Legacy Sport, modest price increases and minimal changes make 2022 the smart choice for stronger resale value. The Sport’s added standard features result in a $1,730 price hike for 2022; if you’re not interested in those features, a 2021 Sport is the better buy.
Subaru’s venerable Legacy sedan continues into the 2022 model year with six trim levels and minimal changes to the lineup overall. The Sport trim adds standard safety features that include blind spot warning with lane change assist, reverse automatic braking and rear cross-traffic alert. Premium trims get new climate control system vents in the rear of the center console for a more uniform temperature throughout the cabin.