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Subaru Reviews

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Good: Sister car to the Toyota GT86. Rear-wheel drive and powered by a 2.0-litre flat four engine with 200PS. Well priced.
Bad: Interior quality could be better.
Good: Well-equipped as standard. Impressive roadholding even in poor weather. Spacious interior.
Bad: Cabin has some low-budget details. Pricier than some better-finished rivals.
Good: Safe and predictable handling. Impressive grip levels. Good sized boot. Decent standard equipment.
Bad: Only one engine choice. High emissions. Drab interior.
Good: New Impreza hatchback in style of Levorg. All wheel drive.
Bad: 1.6 or 2.0 litre non-turbo engines only. CVT automatic transmissions only. Cheapest starter price is £23,995.
Good: Excellent handling and impressive comfort. Practical and well-equipped. Smooth CVT auto. Five star Euro NCAP rating. Improved for 2017. Meets a very specific wish list: AWD, estate, petrol, auto.
Bad: Just one engine and transmission. Dull dashboard, but improved with Starlink infotainment and satnav for 2017.
Good: Rugged and genuinely capable off road. Comfortable and practical. Very well-equipped as standard. Impressive CVT gearbox.
Bad: High emissions and poor economy. No cheaper two-wheel drive option.
Good: Powerful and vocal boxer engine. Responsive handling with mountains of grip. Large and practical interior.
Bad: Running costs are huge. The attention-seeking exterior won't be for everyone. Cabin feels cheap and dated.
Good: Subaru crossover similar to the Nissan Qashqai. Powered by new generation Boxer diesel engine.
Bad: Expensive for what it is.
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