If you want an estate with a big loading bay, along with plenty of room, then you might want to check out the Subaru Legacy. The Sport Tourer offers seating with 60/40 split along with a sporty driving position.
The driving position is low and while it offers manual seating adjustment this isn't the easiest to use, and the steering adjustment is height only. On the plus side it does make up for this by offering a drive that is enjoyable.
The Subaru Legacy has great traction on the road, it handles well with composure and body control that is strong and while the ride is firm, it is a comfortable one.
There are three petrol engines on offer and all of these are good performers, with a throaty roar that is distinctive. However, the 2.0 litre may become raucous, more so if you rev it too hard. The cabin is relatively quiet; however, you should expect some engine noise to intrude at speed.
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