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Subaru WRX STI vs Volkswagen Golf R vs Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X

Subaru Impreza WRX STI vs Volkswagen Golf R vs Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Models tested overview 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI - $59,990.00 - $65,990 2011 Volkswagen Golf R - $49,990 - $52,490 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X - $61,390...

2011 Subaru Impreza WRX & WRX STI Review

After two days behind the wheel of every new WRX/WRX STI sedan variant, I am seriously considering one of these cars for my daily drive.

Volkswagen Golf GTI vs Subaru Impreza WRX Comparison Review

The battle for hot-hatch supremacy Models Tested: 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX, 2.5-litre, five-speed manual, hatch – $39,990* 2010 Volkswagen Golf GTI; 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged; six-speed DSG, five-door – $42,990* Options (Subaru): Leather & sunroof $2500 Options (Volkswagen): Adaptive Chassis Control $1,500; RNS510 with Dynaudio Excite $3,500; Vienna Leather Upholstery $3,300 Words: Karl Peskett Photos: www...

Subaru WRX on Track at Lakeside

Fancy driving your car as fast as you can push it, with absolutely no chance of ever losing a single demerit point? We have the cure. I’m flat stick down the main straight at Lakeside in CarAdvice's Subaru WRX and the needle is nudging 180 km/h before I bury the brake pedal at the end of the straight before turn 0ne, and the last thing on my mind are the Highway Patrol...

Subaru Outback Diesel Review & Road Test

Easily managing 1,100kms from a single tank, this is the Outback you've been waiting for.

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 Outback Review & Road Test

The Outback, but not as you know it. Model Tested: 2009 Subaru Outback Premium; 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; six-speed CVT; wagon - $46,490* Options: None fitted. CarAdvice Rating: If we were playing that word association game, the words outback and comfort are hardly a winning combination - unless of course you’re talking about the Subaru Outback...

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 Outback Diesel Review

The car that a lot of Subaru fans have been waiting for has finally arrived in Australia, the Outback Diesel represents the first diesel car Subaru has offered in Australia and marks a new era for the Japanese brand as it sets it sights higher for 2010. Having already driven the new Subaru Outback a few months ago, you might remember that I mentioned the wait for the diesel will be well and truly worth it, and it was...

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...