Subaru’s Liberty sedan is an unsung hero in Subaru’s fleet, with the Outback and WRX getting all of the eyeballs That’s a shame because it’s big, roomy, nice to be in and not unattractive to look at. When the 3.6 litre boxer engine is slotted into the engine bay, it then becomes an entrant in […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Subaru Liberty Sedan 3.6R Premium
It’s fair to say that the Subaru Outback is a popular car, with owners in Australia always warm and fuzzy about theirs. It’s also fair to say that Subaru is still seen as a niche manufacturer and it’s also fair to say that that niche is getting bigger with the brand recognition really achieving cut […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Subaru Outback Premium Diesel v Petrol
Subaru has shown off updates to the Liberty, Outback and Forester to members of the automotive media during a lightning visit to South Australia’s Mt Gambier. Prior to the drive sessions covering tarmac and gravel roads, a briefing was held at the Park Royal Hotel adjacent to Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport. Here, the media was given […]Read More Subaru Updates Forester/Liberty/Outback.
https://awheelthing.wordpress.com/2016/01/28/car-review-2015-subaru-wrx-manual/ for a more indepth view of Subaru’s 2016 WRX, in manual entry level form.This will be a brief review of the CVT equipped as there’s really just a few notable differences between the basic manual and Premium CVT tested. As both transmissions are available in both models, we’ll start with the CVT (engines are […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Subaru WRX Premium CVT
Take a two litre capacity petrol engine, whack on a hairdryer, do a spot of suspension work and find the largest hole in the bonnet that’s legal and boom! you have one immediately immensely popular car. That’s what Subaru did in the 1990s and thus was born the WRX. Fast forward to 2016 and A […]Read More Car Review: 2015 Subaru WRX Manual
Subaru’s Impreza has been a staple part of their line up for nearly two decades, with the range giving birth to the WRX, WRX STi, Forester and XV models. A refresh was given to the Impreza in 2015 which was more of a gentle overhaul of the interior than a major rethink, as a major […]Read More Car Review: 2015 Subaru Impreza 2.0L S CVT
Australia has had a love affair with station wagons for decades; sadly, new Aussie made wagons will cease in 2017 when Holden closes local manufacturing. Happily, there’s still wagon options available and Subaru’s evergreen Outback is a classy choice for the discerning driver. A Wheel Thing’s garage had the company of this classic for a […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Subaru Outback 3.6L.