Subaru Legacy Wagon Models and Legacy Wagon History

The Legacy wagon would undergo no major changes for 1998. But in 1999, an all-new model was introduced that was sleeker, roomier and more stylish. LEV compliance was integrated in 1999 and 24-hour roadside assistance was offered. Meanwhile, substantial changes to various trim levels were introduced. Sweeping updates to the GT upper trim level were the only updates for 2000-2002, with the 2003 model year receiving new front styling. A 35th anniversary special edition Legacy debuted in 2004, with special badging and signature features. Several new interior accents were also offered. An all-new Legacy Wagon was released in 2005, with an available 250-horsepower turbocharged engine, drastically updated interior and revamped exterior styling. A new variable valve lift system gave engines a bump in horsepower for 2006, with sweeping updates made to enhance all upper trim levels. In 2007, Subaru added an MP3 compatible CD player to all models, updated the seating fabric and made the rear seat folding as standard features.

New and Used Legacy Wagon Prices, Subaru Legacy Wagon Model Years and History

The 2007 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a five-passenger car loaded with standard safety features like side-body airbags, daytime running lights, and AWD.
If you like the styling of the Legacy sedan but need more space for cargo, the 2006 Subaru Legacy Wagon is exactly what you are looking for.
The 2005 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a sporty hauler that seats five passengers and offers great cargo space over the similarly equipped Legacy sedan.
The 2004 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a mid-size five-passenger AWD wagon available in a range of trims all powered by a 2.4L four-cylinder engine.
The 2003 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a mid-size five-passenger wagon that offers greater cargo room over the sedan without compromising interior comfort for all occupants.
A five-passenger mid-size AWD wagon, the 2002 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a versatile people hauler with plenty of room left over for any cargo.
The wagon version of the popular sedan, the 2001 Subaru Legacy Wagon seats five passengers and still has plenty of room left over for everyone's gear.
A mid-size five-passenger wagon, the 2000 Subaru Legacy Wagon comes standard with AWD and an impressive 28 mpg highway fuel economy rating.
Similar to the Legacy Sedan but with more rear cargo room, the 1999 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a mid-size five-passenger wagon that earns nearly 30 mpg on the highway.
The 1998 Subaru Legacy Wagon is a mid-size five-passenger wagon that earns nearly 30 mpg on the highway and comes standard with AWD.