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A few models stand out, like the 2011 Subaru Legacy and 2011 Suzuki Kizashi. Both have a tire pressure monitoring system standard because the feature is mandatory equipment by federal standards on all new cars.

Finding a Legacy with leather and a backup camera won’t be too hard because all-wheel drive is standard on all models, and leather is standard on the 2.5 i Limited trim level for $25,295. Add the navigation and sunroof option for $2,955, and you’re in business for $28,250, not including a $725 destination charge.


The 2011 Kizashi Sport SLS with all-wheel drive costs $27,149 and includes leather. The $1,399 navigation option has a rearview camera, bringing the price to $28,548, not including $745 destination.

A few others come close, like the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan, but they exceed your $30,000 requirement by about $1,000.

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Answered by Joe Bruzek on November 24, 2010 in All-wheel drive , Subaru , Subaru Legacy , Suzuki | Permalink

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