2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan Values

Select a 2007 Subaru Legacy Sedan trim level

2007 model year changes

The performance-oriented Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT spec.B, which was offered as a limited-edition model for 2006, becomes a regular model for 2007. The spec.B, along with GT Limited models, gets a new Subaru Intelligent Drive (SI-Drive) system that allows three levels of engine performance. Other performance equipment is now standard as well. There are also a number of smaller equipment changes to the lineup. All Legacy sedans now get the 60/40 split-fold rear seat with trunk pass-through, automatic-transmission Legacys now come pre-wired for remote engine start, and all models with cloth seat fabric get a revised material. Limited and spec.B models get a new audio system with an auxiliary input and XM satellite radio compatibility; GT Limited models get a new wheel design; and GT models get a new gauge cluster with ECO gauge and upshift light for cars with manual transmission.

Competitive comparison

Standard all-wheel drive; safety; handling (spec.B); rugged capability (Outback).

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Subaru Legacy and its stable mate, the Outback, span a wide range of appeal with the frugal base model, high-performance 2.5 GT and spec.B, and rugged Outback series. The spec.B is an attractive alternative to some of the more affordable European sports sedans, while the Outback has just the right amount of ruggedness, and better fuel economy, to attract SUV shoppers. All models offer a full roster of safety features, along with all-weather all-wheel drive, making them especially sound buys.
A carry-over from 2006, the Legacy is a four-door five-passenger sedan that’s offered in base, special edition and limited trim levels, all featuring a 2.5-liter H4 engine that produces 175 horsepower. There is also a GT Limited model that boosts the power to 243 hp, and this gain is shared with the very sporty Spec-B version.