Updated with an engine that is largely new, the 2021 Subaru Outback will once again stake its claim as the driver's choice in the large-SUV segment.
While the medium-SUV segment strengthens with every new model, it also remains a favourite with Australian buyers. One of the traditional mainstays is the Subaru Forester, and this time we test the new Sport variant.
The XV remains a top seller for Subaru, neatly outdoing its Impreza donor. What makes it so appealing? Let's revisit Sam's 2.0i-S petrol review.
In part one, we broke down the inception of the Subaru Liberty in our market, and covered off its rise to fame in the Australian car marketplace. For part two, we'll look at the highest point in the saga, and what happened from there. Generation four: the most successful Liberty, and arguably the best of the bunch The fourth-generation Liberty was a hit in Australia...
The Subaru Liberty is no more for the Australian car marketplace. It departs just one month shy of its 31-year anniversary in our market, having been first introduced to us Aussies in October 1989. First, a bit of trivia...
Is Subaru's ageing wagon-turned-SUV still ripe for the picking? Or is it over the hill?
The turbocharged rally rocket is set to move to an all-new platform next year, so how does the last analogue WRX STI hold up in today's digital world?
You, the readers, made a point about some equally cool wagons not making the cut. So here we are.
Subaru joins the hybrid party with its small SUV. So how does the 2020 Subaru XV Hybrid stack up?
Adding hybrid power to the Forester is an exercise in compromise, and a lot of it isn't good.
Subaru's Impreza has had a facelift. So, how much extra shine is added by the freshened looks, equipment tweaks, and revised ride and handling?