Subaru knew exactly what it was doing by choosing to present its all new 2015 Legacy at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.
You've probably seen images and read about the new car, but what you might not have seen is videos of the vehicle in gear.
The new sedan will enter the U.S. market this summer, with Subaru anticipating annual sales of around 60,000 units, up from 42,291 last year. The crossover-estate version of the Legacy that is marketed as the Outback sold close to three times as many cars in 2013 with 118,049 units, while Toyota delivered 408,484 Camry sedans and Ford 295,280 Fusions during the same period.
Watch the 2015 Legacy in action in the videos below:
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