The 2015 Subaru XV has had $1250 slashed from its price along with interior tweaks and Subaru’s new touchscreen infotainment unit featured across the range.
Prices unlikely to change when the refreshed 2016 Subaru WRX and STI arrive in Australia, although likely to benefit from key feature upgrades.
The 2015 Subaru Impreza has been refreshed and the price cut by another $500 realising a $1000 price cut since January.
A Subaru BRZ-based STI Performance Concept has been revealed at the New York Motor Show which features the engine out of the BRZ Super GT race car.
Subaru has revealed its 2015 Subaru WRX STI rallycross car ahead of its official reveal at the New York Motor Show tomorrow our time.
Launching next month, the refreshed 2015 Subaru Forester 2.0D will get a CVT auto for the first time, with the diesel engine and interior also coming in for revision.
Subaru Australia has announced it will slash the price of Impreza, XV and Forester from January 16 by up to $1000.
Subaru has announced it will include its EyeSight driver assist system as standard on the 2015 Subaru Liberty which goes on-sale here in January 2015.
Subaru Australia has introduced a capped price servicing program across its entire range of cars from today (July 1) extending back to 2006 models.
The Subaru WRX is better than ever … when you go for the CVT model. Forget the manual, as this CVT version will out-drive it and plenty of other more expensive performance cars. The king is back.
Robert Pepper takes a detailed look at what makes the new Subaru WRX STi the track-ready car and family-friendly car it is … meet Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Subaru has created an exciting all-wheel drive giant killer that doubles as a sedate family car and a track-ready terror. But does it deliver true sportscar fun?
The Subaru Legacy (Liberty) Concept will make its world premiere at the 2013 Los Angeles Motor Show on Wednesday 20 November (in just four days time), hinting at the design direction for an all-new version of Subaru’s flagship Legacy (known as the Liberty here in Australia) model.
With the exception of the rear-drive BR-Z, Subaru has made a name for itself as an all-wheel drive SUV specialist. And this fourth-generation Subaru Forester XT builds on the success of its predecessor by being bigger and roomier, better on fuel and with a much more premium look.
The Outback 2.0D CVT is likely to woo those looking to update their current Outback for something a little flashier and more fuel-efficient. That it’s a roomy, comfortable and safe vehicle to drive, that’s as comfortable on dirt as it is on the black stuff, makes this new Outback 2.0D CVT well worth a look.