In all honesty, the 2021 Subaru Legacy is not the best looking car in this segment. It is not bad, but it isn’t the best. For instance, the exterior lines are nice, but boring. And the cabin has been drastically improved over previous versions, but it doesn’t hit the mark when compared to KIA’s jaw dropping interior design.
However, if you are more concerned with overall quality than style, then the Subaru Legacy should be your #1 draft pick. The ride quality and comfort are second to none in this segment. Bumps in the road a mitigated and the seats are plush, yet supportive. I could drive all day long in this Subaru without getting tired. The Legacy also steers really well; it is responsive with the right amount of feedback. When going around corners, the vehicle feels well-balanced for non-sports sedan. Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel-drive system also helps keep you firmly planted on the road. Everything else about this vehicle is solid, from its accident avoidance system to it’s sound system. The build quality reminds me of a Lexus, yet you can get a Legacy for 1/2 the price.
I am not in the market for a economy sedan, but if I were, I would have already signed on dotted line for 2021 Subaru Legacy.