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2003 Subaru Impreza WRX STI review

I bought my STI four years ago. It was stock, yet still quite fun. I bought the car as I am an avid Subaru fan. I like the fact it offers a raw driving experience, even when unmodified. The big STI wing on the back looks fantastic, and all the little STI emblems on the inside of the car look great and really set it apart from the WRX version...

2017 Subaru BRZ Premium review

Hands down the most fun car I have driven for under $30K. Coming from a family of FPVs and high-horsepower V8s, I never thought I’d enjoy driving a mild 147–151kW sports coupe. How I was wrong. While you’re not gonna win any drag races, you cannot throw this car into corners without having a grin from ear to ear...

2007 Subaru Liberty GT-B Tuned By STI review

After turning 28 and owning a 2006 WRX wagon, I needed to jump out of the boy-racer stigma and into a car that retained the WRX essence, but in a more refined manner. Enter the Subaru Liberty GT Tuned By STi. Straight from the outset, you know it's a special car with STi bits everywhere. First of all you see the 18-inch STi Enkei wheels housing the massive gold Brembo brakes...

2013 Subaru Liberty 2.5i review

The 2013 Subaru Liberty 2.5i Wagon was purchased just over one year ago, and we have loved every single moment of driving it. With the help of some of my mates, we decided the car's name would be #mysubie. We purchased the Liberty 2.5i because Subaru has a very good reputation, it was a fantastic price for the car, good fuel economy, and it has lots of space for the family of five...

2016 Subaru Levorg 2.0GT-S review

Good things come to those who wait, and oh how I waited. Subaru teased me for a long time with a true return to form: an all-wheel drive, non-SUV, turbo wagon. God how I lusted for the purr of a flat-four on idle and the snarl of angry wasps when it's given the beans. This should've been a true return to form for Subaru: a fun family wagon and a car you can tune to squeeze more angry killerwatts out of...

1999 Subaru Impreza WRX (AWD) review

I would like to introduce our MY99 Subaru Impreza WRX. This car has been in my family for around 15 years. The car is completely standard, just as it left the factory back in 1998. The WRX followed on from the original Liberty/Legacy RS as a four-door, turbocharged, all-wheel-drive performance sedan...

2015 Subaru Forester 2.0D-L review

I was looking around for a late-model SUV for the wife, and it needed to be a practical size to fit the kids and dog, but not too big as she wanted easy parking capability in carparks. She does a lot of kilometres driving around with kids and our main car for the weekends and holidays...

2006 Subaru Liberty 3.0R-B review

I have had this car for a few years now, as a second car to run myself and kids to work/school, plus the occasional fun drive on weekends. So it had to be affordable, reasonably practical, reliable, and still have enough power and good handling for occasional winding road blasts. I have always loved the look of the Gen 4 Liberty, this being my fifth Liberty and second Gen 4...

2016 Subaru WRX Premium (AWD) review

Having used the 2016 Subaru WRX Premium daily for the last 18 months, I feel like I’m in a good position to give an honest review. I’ll start by saying, I’ve been all about the ‘muscle car’ from a very young age, so moving to a four-cylinder ‘buzz box’ was a big step for me...

2013 Subaru BRZ S review

It has been my dream car from the day I saw it in 2012 when I was 18, to the day I bought it in 2016 when I was 22. I have tried to be as unbiased as possible, but I do apologise if I get emotion involved in this piece. The first question that would pop into your mind would be why I chose this over the GTS86 – well, I didn't...

2005 Subaru Liberty 3.0R-B review

I bought a six-cylinder Subaru because I was intrigued by the fact that such a curious concept only done in four-cylinders, the boxer engine (which had fascinated me from my first interest in car), had been re-invented alongside Porsche for an affordable everyday driver. I was looking for a first car at the time as I'd just passed my licence test, and wouldn't be sated by a cheap two-litre beater...