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It isn’t often drivers conduct their own 2021 Honda Accord vs. 2021 Subaru Legacy comparison. After all, the Accord is a leading midsize sedan well-known all across the country, whereas the Legacy is a relatively obscure entry in the midsize segment. Take a look at how they match up and you’ll quickly start to see why – the Honda Accord outpaces the Subaru Legacy in every way that counts.
To see what we mean, simply read on to explore:
Subaru vehicles have a reputation for delivering exhilarating performance, but the Legacy still can’t come up to standards set by the 2021 Honda Accord. Just check out how their entry-level engines compare:
And while each model offers an available engine, the Accord goes one step further by letting you choose between two transmissions. Options include:
You can fit far less in the Subaru Legacy’s 15.1 cubic foot trunk than you can in the Honda Accord’s segment-leading 16.7 foot trunk, and the Honda complements that practicality with several comfort advantages over the Subaru. Only the Accord offers:
The 2021 Honda Accord is home to some of the industry’s most forward-thinking onboard features, with just a few highlights including:
Look for those same amenities with the Subaru Legacy and you’ll find they either aren’t available as standard or aren’t offered at all.
Our team will always be happy to talk through everything that makes the Honda Accord stand out and fill you in on our latestnew vehicle specials. For any further advice or assistance, feel free tocontact us today.
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