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You can no longer have a Legacy wagon, but you can have the sedan in an aspirational RS version. We put it to the test.
The Outback has always been a winner. David Linklater is feeling confident as he reviews the new Subaru Outback diesel Premium.
The new WRX proves that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
New more fuel efficient Impreza – first drive.
Remember the Subaru Impreza XV? No, of course you don’t. That’s because it was a very forgettable car.
Subaru New Zealand can thank Possum Bourne and used imports for helping make the Impreza WRX and STI variants a real favourite here. The Possum factor has sadly faded, but the appeal of the wildest Impreza is still strong.
Is it an SUV, or just a raised up Impreza?
This Legacy GT may not be as sharp as its ancestors, but offers plenty of performance, spec and character
Subaru's Outback could be the perfect family wagon for those needing four-paw grip and plentiful luggage potential, but not wanting an SUV
Excellent economy joins stellar handling
Rarely lauded for its good looks, and often a compromise between practicality and performance, Subaru's Impreza has nevertheless gained a passionate following over the years
Bigger Forester offers comfort, space and super roadholding
Sharp and sophisticated new Subaru road rocket
I can't say that the first photographs I saw of Subaru's new automotive face on the Impreza exactly grabbed me.
Subaru's high-stepping Impreza WRX sports sedan range gets a 2.5-litre turbomotor for the 2006 model year.
Fancy a bit of practicality with your rally-bred Subaru road car? That's what the Japanese manufacturer is offering with the STi version of its capable and very user-friendly Forester compact SUV which is now available in New Zealand.
Journalists are a cynical bunch, motoring writers no less so than the hacks who try to make sense of the world of politics. So when Subaru New Zealand merrily announced that it was about to market a cut-price Impreza there was an almost universal "Yeah right" - just like the Tui beer billboards.
Staid family car, sales rep's transport, a bit boring.
Subaru has done away with the twin turbocharger set-up used on the Legacy B4 in favour of a twin scroll titanium unit on the new GT.
It's Subaru's best-kept secret; a car overshadowed - unfairly - in the public eye by the potent rally-bred WRX and STi Imprezas.