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2013 Subaru Liberty: higher-riding sedan confirmed for Australia

A higher-riding version of the Subaru Liberty sedan will join the Australian line-up later this year, adding extra versatility to the all-wheel-drive mid-sized range. The new Liberty variant sits 60mm higher than the standard sedan and is 70mm higher at the hip point. Its minimum ground clearance of 210mm makes it just 3mm lower than the Outback and 10mm lower than the Forester and XV...

Subaru Liberty Exiga to gain missing seventh seat

A seven-seat version of the Subaru Liberty Exiga wagon will finally go on sale in Australia in July after previously only being available as a six-seater. Subaru Australia managing director Nick Senior said high customer demand for the extra seating position encouraged Fuji Heavy Industries – the manufacturer of Subaru vehicles – to produce a seven-seat variant suitable for our market...

Subaru Liberty Exiga adds new features

Subaru Australia has announced added value to the entry-level Subaru Liberty Exiga. It now comes standard with a reverse camera and increased connectivity. The Subaru Liberty Exiga is the six-seat version of the Liberty wagon. It comes in two variants, the 2.5i and the 2.5i Premium, both equipped with a 2.5-litre boxer engine producing 129kW and 229Nm...

2012 Subaru Liberty gets standard reversing camera, full-size alloy spare

The 2012 Subaru Liberty model year upgrade makes a reversing camera and a full-size alloy spare wheel standard on every five-seat Liberty in Australia. Subaru Australia says it has added $3000 value to the entry-level Liberty 2.5i while keeping its price unchanged ($32,990 to $36,990 before on-road costs)...

Subaru Eyesight for Liberty and Outback later this year

Subaru is set to equip Liberty and Outback models with its succesful EyeSight technology in the later part of this year. The idea is simple, equip vehicles with an eye that can detect potential collisions and help drivers in preventing accidents. Subaru EyeSight system will see tiny road-facing cameras placed on each side of the rear-view mirror...

2011 Subaru Liberty, Outback available with Bluetooth across both ranges

The 2011 Subaru Liberty and Outback are now available with Bluetooth wireless technology across both model ranges. Previously available on selected Libertys and Outbacks, the entry-level Liberty 2.5i and Outback 2.5i are now in line with the rest of the range with the addition of Bluetooth compatibility...

2010 Subaru Liberty and Subaru Outback six-speed manual recall

Subaru has issued a recall for all 2010 model year Subaru Liberty and Outbacks fitted with the six-speed manual transmission. The recall issued on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, government website, says the problem is in the transmission. The report says it's not supplying itself with adequate lubricant...

Subaru Australia recalls MY10 Outback and Liberty models

Subaru Australia has today announced a recall of 8827 of its 2010 Model Year Subaru Outback and Liberty vehicles because of a potential wiring fault within the steering roll connector. Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of Subaru vehicles, advised Subaru Australia that broken wiring may affect the operation of the steering wheel mounted cruise or audio controls, the horn, gearshift paddles (if equipped) and possibly illuminate the airbag warning light...

2010 Subaru Outback & Liberty (CVT) recalled

Subaru has recalled tens of thousands of MY10 (2010) Subaru Outback and Liberty models fitted with its continuously variable transmission (CVT) across the world. Subaru Australia issued the recall yesterday that affects 2,288 vehicles already sold. According to the manufacturer the CVT in certain cars may experience an oil leak from a faulty oil cooler hose...

2010 Subaru Liberty Exiga

Update: Subaru Liberty Exiga Review. With the all-new Liberty and Outback out and about, the last variant of the all-wheel drive Japanese family car has arrived in Australia. The versatile six-seat Liberty Exiga wagon, better known as just the Subaru Exiga hits dealerships as of today. The idea is to make the Liberty line-up as appealing as possible with the majority of buyers catered for...

Subaru Liberty MY10 launched

Update - Subaru Liberty Review Twenty years ago a small Japanese car company, Subaru, brought the Liberty (better known in other countries as Legacy) to Australia, since then the all-wheel-drive sedan and wagon has established a name for it self as one of the best Japanese family cars around...