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On May 23, 2003, Fuji Heavy Industries appeared the overhauled Legacy, known as the BL for vehicle models and BP for carts. It was delivered worldwide in 2004, with Subaru Indiana Automotive beginning creation in February 2004 for the North American business sectors for 2005 model year. The Legacy was introduced the 2003–2004 Japan Car of the Year, Subaru’s first success for the honor in the wake of warding off solid rivalry from Toyota Prius and Mazda RX-8. At the point when deals started in the US market, the Lafayette Factory fabricated Legacy won 2005 International Car of the Year for Most Dependable/Sedan from Road and Travel Magazine, 2005 Automobile All-Stars for All-Star Family Car from Automobile Magazine and The 2006 International Engine of the Year Award in the 2.0-liter to 2.5-liter classification for EJ255 motor. Spear Armstrong was utilized as a representative for both the car and cart, and Sheryl Crow sang her 1996 hit “Regular Is a Winding Road” in US market advertisements.
2003-2006 Subaru Liberty station cart (Australia); pre-facelift
Subaru Legacy Repair Manual
The skeleton was upgraded and made stiffer, and it denoted the arrival of a turbocharged motor to North American Legacy, including a 2.5-liter unit got from that of the North American Impreza WRX STI. Because of progressions in turbocharger innovation and fixing discharge principles, the twin-super arrangement was dropped from the setup. Turbocharged models and the H6 offered Subaru’s initial 5-speed programmed transmission, including SportShift innovation authorized from Prodrive, Ltd.
The 2005 model year Legacy for the US market was offered in 2.5i, 2.5i Limited, 2.5GT, and 2.5GT Limited. All trim levels were accessible as Sedan and Wagon. For 2006, the ordinary GT was dropped, and the 2.5i Special Edition was added into the line up.
2006-2009 Subaru Liberty station cart (Australia); facelift
The Japanese market Legacy GT included 2 liter turbocharged EJ20X and EJ20Y motors creating force and force figures of 276 bhp (280 PS/206 kW) at 6400 rpm and 343 N·m (253 lb·ft/35 kgm) at 2400 rpm separately. The GT Spec B had a discretionary 6 speed transmission. The two models included Bilstein suspension as standard. Both cart and vehicle got a facelift in 2006 getting new guards and trim, the IHI VF38 twin parchment super was supplanted with later models accepting a VF44 (auto) or VF45 (manual) super.
On May 10, 2008, the Japanese-spec Legacy can be fitted with another impact evasion highlight, called EyeSight. It comprises of twin CCD cameras, one on each side of the back view reflect, that utilization human-like stereoscopic vision to pass judgment on distances and for the most part monitor the driver. The framework can help keep a protected distance on the thruway, a path takeoff cautioning framework, a driver ready admonition for different wellbeing circumstances, and even looks out for pedestrians. SI-Cruise has been coordinated into the EyeSight include as a driver security help.
The Subaru EE level 4 diesel motor, the world’s first to be fitted to a traveler vehicle, is offered in both the Legacy and Outback cars and carts, recognized as the Subaru Legacy 2.0D. The vehicle was delivered in the European Union beginning March 2008, and is offered with a 5-speed manual transmission in particular. The authority presentation of the Legacy and Outback diesel was at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008.