Subaru is well known for creating vehicles that not only last a lifetime but also offer superior safety. This year, competitors like the Accord, Camry or Fusion are struggling to keep up with the high energy of Subaru’s Legacy 2.5i Sport. Stocker Subaru of State College Pennsylvania has this amazing car and wants you to come visit the #1 State College car dealer to check it out. 

If Weather Is A Factor, Buy A Subaru

The Subaru Legacy sedan possesses the renowned traits that make a Subaru the top all weather automobile. This Subaru AWD system boasts excellent all weather capabilities that are necessary for regions where weather can get dangerous. Snow, rain, and dirt are handled like a breeze in any Subaru for a better price than Ford or Chrysler. 


Subaru’s famous flat four cylinder “boxer” engine is embodied in the form of a 2.0 liter non turbo for this years Legacy. We love the 36 MPG highway and 27 MPG city and features like standard 18-inch alloy wheels, available moonroof and EyeSight technology and Subaru Starlink Multimedia. To power you down the road is a comforting 152 horsepower and 145 foot-pound of torque linked up to a 5-speed manual or an available Lineartronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). 

Leaving The Competition In The Rearview

What we like most about the 2017 Legacy 2.0i Sport is Subaru’s EyeSight accident avoidance safety system. While the previous options mentioned can be found in other vehicles in this market, Subaru has reassured their drivers safety is priority. You can go with a luxury vehicle with the same type of technology, but a price point just over $20,000 should help make the decision for you. 

Stocker Subaru Wants You In A 2017 Legacy 

As the #1 Subaru dealer PA, Stocker Subaru has your best interest in mind. Visit us in State College Pennsylvania to see for yourself what we like most about the 2017 Subaru Legacy 2.0i Sport. Our professional staff will find the right one for you!

Stocker Subaru
1454 Dreibelbis Street
State College, PA 16801
Phone: 814-568-3004
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