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Subaru Liberty Exiga Review & Road Test

Liberty Exiga is clever package that's pleasant to drive and great value for money.

Subaru Liberty Review & Road Test

Luckily the new Liberty is nothing like the old one. Model Tested: 2010 Subaru Liberty 2.5i; 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; CVT; sedan - $33,990* Options: Automatic transmission $2500 CarAdvice Rating: I'll be the first to admit I didn't really like the previous generation Subaru Liberty...

Subaru Liberty GT Review & Road Test

Conservative looks, confident performance. Model Tested: 2010 Subaru Liberty GT Premium; 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, turbo petrol; six-speed manual; sedan - $52,990* CarAdvice Rating: Subaru's fifth-generation Liberty may have lost the sex appeal so widely revered of its predecessor, but when it comes to building on the brand's hallmark performance pedigree, this latest model typifies all that's good about Australia's favourite mid-size all-wheel drive...

Subaru Liberty Exiga Review

The new Subaru Liberty Exiga (pronounced x-e-ga in Australia) has made its way to our shores and is on sale now from a starting price of just $37,490. Subaru's first people mover has a lot to offer with an impressive feature list the kids would be proud of. Referred to as the Exiga in Japan, Australia buyers are the first outside the homeland to have the opportunity to taste Subaru's latest offering...

Subaru Liberty Review

2010 (MY10) Subaru Liberty Review It was back in 1954 that Subaru produced its first car, now some 55 years later, the once small and unrecognised brand has become a powerhouse for producing reliable and good performing vehicles. Subaru has done exceptionally well of late, so much so that it even outsold Mazda, month on month, in the United States for the first time ever recently...

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