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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 Outback Diesel

Update: Subaru Outback Diesel Review. Subaru’s first diesel-powered vehicle is on sale today: the turbocharged Outback 2.0D . Mated to Subaru's renowned Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, Outback 2.0D offers outstanding fuel economy and low emissions, already meeting strict EURO 5 standards...

Subaru Outback ANCAP crash test video

Here is a detailed look at how the new Subaru Outback achieved a five star safety rating. Expect a first steer on the new Liberty & Outback later tonight.

Subaru Outback MY10 launched

Alongside the new Subaru Liberty, the MY10 Outback will also hit the showrooms across the country this week with a new look, more room and many new features. The crossover wagon, which has found a niche all of its own, the Outback has been the family car that can go anywhere without needing to be an SUV...

2010 Subaru Liberty, Outback set for release at Frankfurt

Update - 2010 Subaru Liberty Subaru have today announced the European premiere of its new Legacy (sold as Liberty in Australia) and Outback models will take place at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show...

2009 Subaru Liberty and Outback revealed

The new generation Subaru Liberty and Outback have been unveiled in Japan, following the debut of the North American version last month. Subaru has confirmed that the Australian versions will be based on the Japanese market vehicles, meaning this is our first glimpse of what we should come to expect in September when the local models arrive...

2009 Subaru Liberty & Outback specification upgrade

In addition to standard electronic stability control being standard on every Subaru Liberty and Outback, the Japanese company has announced minor specification changes for the Model Year 2009 Liberty and Outback models. Satellite navigation, previously a rather expensive option at $3,000, is now standard equipment on several variants, including Liberty 2...

2008 Subaru Liberty and Outback

It seems with the 2008 Impreza receiving such bad press for its controversial new silhouette, Subaru have decided to stick to what they know and created a highly familiar MY08 Liberty and Outback range. Liberty 2.5i “While there are no external changes to the 2008 model year Liberty and Outback, there are significant equipment, technical, safety and pricing stories throughout the range...