Registered with new WOF.
Year of manufacture: 2011
Engine: 2.5L Petrol
Colour: Black (Black cloth interior)
Imported: 2017. AA Appraised (Odometer Verified) VTNZ Safety Certified
Safety Rating: 5 Star (Used Car Safety Rating - Rightcar.govt.nz)
• Subaru Intelligent (SI) Drive with ‘EyeSight’ Adaptive Cruise Control (includes Anti-impact sensors and lane compliance warning)
• All Wheel Drive
• Keyless entry: Smart key (Push button) ignition
• Auto gearbox with Paddle-shift option.
• HID Headlights
• Reversing Camera
• Electric seats (front)
• 8 Airbags
• NZ Audio / GPS System
• Dual Climate Control Air-conditioning (separate for passenger)
• Power Mirrors
• 18” Factory Alloy Wheels
This Legacy has 5 doors, 5 Seats, Factory Body Kit (Aero), Car Alarm, Electric Mirrors (Retractable), Indicator Mirror, Audio/hands-free Bluetooth system, Rear Wiper, Remote Smart Door Lock System, Spare Key, Auto-Head Light System, Electric Headlight Washers, Fog Lights, ESC, Anti-lock Brakes, Power steering, Immobilizer, ISOFIX Child Seat Anchor Points, Full 5th Seatbelt (Not Lap Belt), Cargo Blind, Rear Tinted Windows, USB slots and Drink holders. Tyres fitted March 2019.
Call to view or for more details: 021 254 8229
Turners reviewer comment on these Subaru’s…
The wagon's boot (at 526 litres) is enough for six medium-size suitcases. The rear seat splits and folds, expanding the space to a massive 1,677 litres. The rear door is wide and the opening low, which makes the boot easy to load.
Subaru's fulltime all-wheel drive system means the car is very sure-footed in all conditions. It has lots of grip, the steering is responsive and there is little to no body roll. The ride is comfortable, though on the firm side.
The Legacy will out-pull many larger vehicles - not normal for a CVT automatics are. It can pull up to 750kg unbraked (a medium-to-large garden trailer) and 1,800kg braked (a medium-size trailer boat).
Models from 2010 feature “Eyesight”, Subaru's camera-based safety assistant which includes autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist. It is obvious if a car has this feature because a camera is visible either side of the rear-vision mirror when looking through the windscreen.
Other reviewers’ comment…
The all wheel drive Subaru Legacy is a well-respected model with a proven history. It has sporty stylish lines that separate it from other wagons on the market, and it is not too big for trips around town but still more than capable for the long journeys. This is a spacious wagon with good leg space and cargo room.
Anyone with an eMTB (electric mountain-bike) want to do the Queen Charlotte Trail before December 1st?
The plan is falling into place!
Friday 29 Nov – Drive to Picton and stay in cheap backpackers or other suitable accommodation.
Saturday 30 Nov – Take an early ferry (or water taxi) to Ship Cove and Bike to Portage – 50K
We’ve rented a cool place through Book a Bach that sleeps 4. There’s only two beds but there is space on the couch or floor for a reduced rate. 🙂
Sunday Dec 1 – Bike to Picton: 20K to Anakiwa (on QC Trail) and 20K (on road)
Drive back to Nelson in the afternoon
There is an opportunity to do a little more trail riding on the way from Anakiwa to Picton, depending on how much energy everyone has.
Too often we think that picking up litter is someone else’s job - but collecting rubbish is such a simple way we can help our community, the environment and our own health and wellbeing.
This is why Resene is proud to sponsor the “Walk & Collect Weekend” on December 7 and 8. Take a walk over the weekend and collect a bag of rubbish in your community - it's simple but with a collective effort can make a big difference.
It's free to participate and there are prizes to be won - including a $200 Resene Gift Card! Simply head to their event page and register your interest.
A caring community is one that’s there for us in good times, and in our times of need. That’s the community Hoko and Glenda found at Diana Isaac Retirement Village in Christchurch.
“The staff are absolutely amazing,” explains Glenda. “They go out of their way to speak to you, to make sure you’re ok.”
Hoko and Glenda feel very fortunate for the support they received when Hoko experienced some health issues. It wasn’t just the village staff who provided support, the whole community rallied around them.
“When I got sick the community itself looked after me,” Hoko explains.
“I can’t speak highly enough of the staff here,” Glenda says.