The 2018 Subaru Legacy is the only midsize family sedan on the market that includes Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) as a standard feature. You may be familiar with All-Wheel Drive. AWD gives your car the ability to provide power to all its wheels. It improves traction, helping keep you safe in slick conditions and making it easier to get going again if your tires are stuck in snow or mud.
So, why do we at Scott Subaru recommend the 2018 Subaru Legacy? With Subaru’s unique Symmetrical AWD, both sides of the drive train are in complete balance. This increases your wheels’ stability, grip, and response time to slippage. The unique balance doesn’t just improve safety on slippery roads – it enhances performance on any road.
What are the Benefits of Symmetrical AWD?
When you divide power among all four wheels of a car, you increase control and stability in any driving conditions. If you run into bad weather and one wheel loses traction, the Symmetrical AWD will send power to the wheels that do have traction and help you get back on sure footing. If you come across a hazard in the road, it can increase your ability to navigate around the danger and avoid spinning out.
Because the 2018 Subaru Legacy engine flows power to all four wheels at the same time, you have more wheels looking for traction in tricky weather. While the Symmetrical AWD can help you navigate through dangerous situations, we know you’d prefer to avoid getting into danger in the first place. By sending the wheels with the most grip more power, the Symmetrical AWD reduces your chances of entering a slide or a spin.
The balanced drive train allows for a predictable driving experience no matter the conditions. Even in dry weather, you’ll experience smooth handling and increased control after sharp turns or hard braking.
If peace of mind in inclement weather and rough terrain are important to you, let one of our salespeople at Scott Subaru show you the 2018 Subaru Legacy. We know you’ll be impressed by the unique Symmetrical AWD, so come take a test drive today.