The 2020 Subaru Legacy has arrived at Massillon, OH as the safest, most reliable and most advanced Subaru Legacy ever. 
The Legacy now comes standard with Subaru EyeSight, the best advanced safety technology on the road today. The new tablet-sized touchscreen makes accessing your technology easier than ever. 
The Legacy is bigger and comes with more refined interior and exterior elements. 
And those seeking more power and performance should choose the Touring XT version with 260-horsepower and 277 pound feet of torque. 
Subaru also developed a new DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System aimed at preventing distracted driving or fatigued driving. 
This all wheel drive sedan even gets 35 miles per gallon on the highway!
You’ll love the new Legacy. Waikem Subaru has a huge selection today and we’re excited to show it to you!
EyeSight Standard
Like we said above, Subaru EyeSight is now standard on every Legacy. EyeSight is the best advanced driver assist technology on the road today. It includes: 
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering
  • Lane Keep Assist and Sway Warning
  • Pre-Collision Braking
  • Pre-Collision Throttle Management
Every Legacy still comes standard with all wheel drive. Subaru vehicles are the best choice for driving in ice and snow, and you’ll have a better commute in your 2020 Subaru Legacy. 
DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System 
Another new technology on the 2020 Subaru Legacy is the DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System. The goal is to use A.I. and tech to prevent distracted driving accidents. If the Legacy detects a distracted or tired driver based on sway, steering wheel grip, seat place placement, etc., the Legacy will chime alerts and provide helpful messages to remind you keep your eyes on the road. 
Other new Safety Options
An all new blind spot and lane change assist technology adds more sensors along the side mirrors and the side of the vehicle, working to prevent accidents and helping you safely change lanes. 
Reverse Automatic Braking works the same way as Pre-Collision Braking, only this version applies to when the car is in reverse.
New Comfort and Technology
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard with every 2020 Subaru Legacy
Most Legacys now have an 11.6 inch touchscreen. The touchscreen is the size of a tablet and allows you to easily access the full capabilities of your new 2020 Subaru Legacy. Wireless phone charging is optional on many Legacys.  
Many Legacy models include heated front seats, and you can upgrade to features like heated and cooled leather seats, sunroof and much more. 
New Legacy XT
The XT trim makes this the most capable Subaru Legacy ever. features an all-new 260-horsepower Direct-Injection Turbocharged SUBARU BOXER® engine that delivers 277 pound feet of torque. Inside, you’ll find sophisticated design elements like genuine Nappa Leather, enhancements for every passenger’s comfort, and convenient technology upgrades.
This is the biggest Legacy ever. It offers 39.5 inches of rear legroom – bigger than the competition. The Legacy is considered one of the safest vehicles for traveling with pets and children. It’s also the quietest Subaru Legacy ever. High strength steel and the Subaru Global Platform provide enhanced crash safety, better driving feel and confidence for years to come. 
Plus more than 96% of the Subaru Legacy models sold in the last 10 years are still on the road today. 
That’s part of the reason why ALG found Subaru vehicles retain their value better than any other brand for four years running.
The Waikem Way 
If you’re looking to buy a new Subaru Legacy in Massillon, OH near Canton, OH, visit Waikem Subaru. We have a huge Legacy selection now, and our expert staff will explain everything that makes the new Legacy stand out in the crowd. 
Waikem Subaru is still family owned and operated by the Waikem family, just as it has been for more than 75 years. 
Waikem Subaru’s commitment to the community includes work with Perry Helping Perry, local animal rescues, Aultman Foundation, Aultman Cancer Center, Massillon Baseball, Jackson Baseball, Stark Parks, Tuslaw Schools, TerraCycle, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Better Business Bureau and so many others!