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2016 Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S (AWD) Review

I purchased the car for my wife because I like the feature of the all wheel drive, the sat nav is so easy to use even for my wife and the hands free phone is another great feature. The car drives like a train on tracks compared to other brands. Especially around winding roads like the Dandenong Ranges and wet road surfaces...

2006 Subaru Impreza WRX (AWD) Review

Predominantly bought my 06 WRX as a second car for dad (myself) to whiz to work and back ? Now a decade old and 120k on the clock the car has held up well. Its now reached its timing belt replacement. My three growing kids can find it a bit of a squeeze but we still enjoy its open road performance and handling...

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 WRX Premium (AWD) Review

Late last year when I was looking for a new car I had just came out of a Passat TDi130 Highline wagon. I was initially looking at an Outback but decided we didn't really need two large cars (we had a territory as well which we have just traded on a new GXL Prado). When I was at the dealership I decided to test drive the newly released MY16 WRX...

2015 Subaru WRX Premium (AWD) Review

This car is a fantastic value for money performance car. After owning for 12 months this car has never given me any problems. And the quality of the car has proven itself, with no obvious wear or tear. Servicing is not as cheap as some of the other fixed price servicing programs, however it isn't as expensive as the German counterparts...

2016 Subaru WRX Premium (AWD) Review

  Having recently dropped my MY16 WRX Premium off for it's first service (at 6, rather than 12 months disappointingly), I thought it was time to share some of my experience with the car. Let me preface this review by saying that I have long had a love affair with the WRX (thanks Gran Turismo) and this has been my first new car purchase...

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...

2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium Review

This is a great car in every respect except the sat Nav. I'm on the road every day for work often going places I've never been before, needing to give people ETAs, trying to avoid traffic jams and accidents. All wonderful things that my old sit on the dashboard sat Nav could do and so can the Subaru built in with one key, fundamental, blindingly obvious, or in this case deafeningly obvious difference...