2004 Subaru Legacy 3.0 R

Discreet and agile performance saloon with 241bhp 3.0 boxer-six; automatic/tiptronic 'box; heated leather seats and sunroof - very cool

This fourth Generation Subaru Legacy dates from January 2004 and is an earlier 4th gen model (launched 2003) and comes to us finished in Silver and sits upon its original seven-spoke 18” alloy wheels.

Under the bonnet of this pokier R variant, we find the 3.0 litre H6 EZ30 six-cylinder Boxer engine (flat-six) which develops 242bhp and 297NM of torque driving all four-wheels via four-speed automatic (changed to five-speed post 2004) tiptronic transmission and features a drive-by-wire throttle.

The 3.0 R was the high performance naturally aspirated model, surpassed only by the more hardcore turbocharged 2.5 STi models.  This 3.0R comes with a typically high spec, including leather interior, heated electric front seats, factory radio/cassette and CD player, digital climate control with AC, heated front screen, electric windows, mirrors and glass sunroof as well as a retro-fit Bluetooth facility.

The car shows 92,288 miles and was driven 60 miles to the sale by the vendor.  The history file includes the V5C recording four former keepers to the current of six years along with the owner’s pack, few bills for routine services (the most recent on file being March 2020, one old MOT and the current MOT, valid until April 2023 recording no advisories.

Ready to be enjoyed this smart saloon offers comfort, pace and secure handling courtesy of its legendry all-wheel drive drive-train Subarus are so famous for.

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com

Reg No: DU53SBV
Chassis Number: JF1BLEKU54G003161
Engine Number: 089293
Engine Size: 3000
Docs: V5C; owner's pack; few bills; 1 old MOT; current MOT April-23 with no advisories

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £3,000-4,000

Lot 102

Lot ended

Wednesday 03/08/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£1,870
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