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2012 Subaru Liberty EXIGA Premium Review

This car was bought for utility not pleasure. At $33,000 it was a heavily discounted dealer demo. It has averaged 10L/100km. The seats are comfortable and can be configured to carry many different load types. For example 3 kids in the back plus surfboards. How split fold the second seat for two kids to sit in and put the third kid in the third row behind them...

2012 Subaru Liberty 2.5i Review

I had my Liberty for just over 3 years and averaged 7.4 lt/100 which I thought was great fuel economy. Best I have seen was 6.2 lt/100 on a trip to Kiama. While no ball of fire it certainly had decent performance and would effortlessly hold the speed limit of the 113kmh GPS measured speed I would set it to...

2016 Subaru Liberty 2.5i Review

Having this vehicle for one day as a loan car, it impressed myself to a degree where I have to share my thoughts on it. For such a small engine with a 129KW, the 2.5L 4 Cylinder gets the car moving and isn't much of a slouch despite the CVT transmission. The CVT does affect the quality of the drive being a bit jerky and delayed acceleration...

2016 Subaru Liberty 3.6r Review

The Japanese are known for their exacting standards of quality, their technological achievements, their Kaizen approach to improvement, and their slightly left of centre quirkiness. No industry epitomises these traits more than the Japanese automotive industry, and no Japanese manufacturer more so than Subaru...

2013 Subaru Liberty 2.5i Review

The Subie came into our lives a tad over 12 months ago and was quickly named by the kids - who loved it from the time we picked it up. The previous owner wisely ticked the 'luxury pack' box, so our base model has light coloured leather seats, electric adjustment of the drivers seat, a 'better' audio system and sat nav...

2015 Subaru Liberty 3.6r Review

I have owned my new 2015 Subaru Liberty top of the range 3.6R for over half year now. Overall a very good family sedan with big power and all wheel drive system, in which gives me and my wife more confidence on the road. This car comes with loads of features for $45,000 drive away, such as Eye-sight technology, Adaptive cruise control, automatic braking system and lane keeping assist, reversing camera, etc...

1991 Subaru Liberty GX Review

The year 1991 has special meaning to me. It was both the year I was born, and the year my current car was manufactured. In our 24 years of existence, we have been beside each other the whole way. The car in question is a white Subaru Liberty GX station-wagon. The GX occupied the middle space between the poverty-spec LX model and the more luxurious Heritage...

2007 Subaru Liberty GT-B Review

What is not to like in a Spec B GT, not much at all? No, I don't want a car that parks itself, makes a latte' or has a video camera stuck up its exhaust pipe! I want a car that sticks to the road, that is great in the rain, the dark or the sunshine and the Liberty Spec B GT is all that and a tad more...

2006 Subaru Liberty GT-B Review

I don't think I will buy another car...yes that is how good the Spec B was and is nearly nine years on. ( Mine was born in November 2006). Indeed "friends" suggest we are both getting a bit long in the tooth and the car is in far better nick than the owner. No mechanical repairs, tyre, batteries and belt replacement only, not a rattle or squeak and same light bulbs as built...

2007 Subaru Liberty GT-B Review

I am not going to buy another car...ever.. Well yes, I should fess up that I am over sixty, so that ever may not be as long as others ever...but it remains ever! The GT Spec B has tidy handling, enough power to get you out of trouble or into it if you choose..

2005 Subaru Liberty Review

We love fast estates in this country, so despite their unpopularity elsewhere in the world (looking you USA) it's nice to see that there are still a couple of marque's that indulge us. Audi RS have rightly caught onto a good stream with more than enough being sold to maintain the no doubt huge development costs (they all have mostly bespoke bodywork), but its unfortunate to see no lower cost alternatives available...