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Memory seats! Hallelujah! Maybe we'll get them in all power seat models and not just SAP like the '13/'14s.

New hazard button up with the center vents.

The dash material looks the same, which is pretty nice. The gauge cowls look larger and more aggressively angled.

The steering wheel also looks different. The vertical piece at 6 o' clock looks to be cut out in the center.

Turn signals in the side mirrors are nice too. Hopefully we'll get the power folding mirrors that they have been offering overseas for Gen4.
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Nice to see another 'Texer on here

I'm exicted as well. It looks more of an evolution of the 3rd gen then the 4th gen is/was. Just hate they carried over the current gen's roof rack.


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There's already another thread on here about both of these cars especially 2015 Outback.........
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I see that they also use Garmin Nuvi (same as me) ... don't they trust their own/built in NAV system? ...LOL

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Any of you guys watching the Tour de druggie err France? Subaru probably has the most team chase cars outside of Scoda - re branded VW. Lots of Legacy wagons and I've seen at least one Impreza 5 door. Team chase cars need to be roomy and have very good handling given the roof top loads they are packing and the nature of the roads and speeds they need to run to keep up or keep out of the way of the racers. An OB would be the wrong tool for the job thats for sure.
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Makes sense on the Legacy - the 2010 bulky fender look isn't a refined look for a sleek well handling sedan. I bet the new sheet metal will be closer to the Maxima in looks - softer curves and less bold stuff going on like the current fenders.
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Any of you guys watching the Tour de druggie err France? Subaru probably has the most team chase cars outside of Scoda - re branded VW. Lots of Legacy wagons and I've seen at least one Impreza 5 door. Team chase cars need to be roomy and have very good handling given the roof top loads they are packing and the nature of the roads and speeds they need to run to keep up or keep out of the way of the racers. An OB would be the wrong tool for the job thats for sure.
you mean SKODA... LOL... re-branded? I don't think so... Skoda has been around as long as VW, if not longer. VW just owns them...

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you mean SKODA... LOL... re-branded? I don't think so... Skoda has been around as long as VW, if not longer. VW just owns them...
Right Skoda

they have been running VW engines and running gear for some time. More or less a rebranded VW. Sorta like Audi lots of shared platforms and engines etc. VW is the next GM.
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Makes sense on the Legacy - the 2010 bulky fender look isn't a refined look for a sleek well handling sedan. I bet the new sheet metal will be closer to the Maxima in looks - softer curves and less bold stuff going on like the current fenders.
Based on these pictures the new Legacy sedan looks like a 4th gen Altima.

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