If you're a Subaru lover, there's a chance you trust Consumer Reports for their automotive opinion.
After all, there's a good chance you want a great product that's durable and is more of an appliance than an emotional experience.
There's nothing wrong with that at all. Most people want four wheels to get them from point "A" to "B."
Who better than to give you the download than the folks at Consumer Reports? As noted in previous threads I've written, they're quite good at putting themselves in the ORDINARY consumers' shoes and addressing their concerns.
Most people don't want an M3 or AMG, remember.
That being said, they recently gave a quick rundown on things you NEED to know about the 2015 Subaru Legacy and Outback if you're in-market.
Long known for their practicality and standard all-wheel-drive, the redesigned Subaru Outback and Legacy improve refinement and add new luxury features.