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  • 17/09/2013
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    Subaru's Model Year 2014 Outback sports utility vehicle (SUV) is adding rugged and aggressive styling cues that underline its impressive All-Wheel Drive ability. Widely regarded as the original crossover wagon Read More >>

  • 23/03/2013

    Subaru is adding flagship automatic diesel variants to its Outback All-Wheel Drive (AWD) crossover line-up, offering outstanding range, fun driving and efficiency.

    For the first time, Subaru has mated a Lineartronicâ„¢ Read More >>

  • 16/01/2013
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    Subaru has confirmed it will add its first automatic transmission diesel to its range when it launches the Model Year 2013 Outback 2.0 turbo diesel in March.

    The ultra-efficient All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Outback 2.0D will feature Subaru's n Read More >>

  • 8/01/2013
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    Subaru has announced significant changes to its Model Year 2013 All-Wheel Drive Outback line-up, including a $4000 price drop on the ultra-efficient 2.0 Diesel Premium variant.

    The variant adds new design alloy wheels and a colour infor Read More >>

  • 15/05/2012

    Subaru will take the next step in its dynamic diesel story by with the introduction of its first automatic transmission diesel variant.

    The Outback 2.0 diesel with Lineartronic+óGÇP-ó Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) will build on Read More >>

  • 10/03/2011
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    Subaru Australia has released a special edition Outback 2.5i Touring model representing outstanding value with a raft of accessories - perfect for road trips.

    Long weekends are a must with the inclusion of side cargo nets, towbar and ro Read More >>

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Subaru Eyesight
Subaru's long-term safety commitment is highlighted by its decision to add the award-winning EyeSight-¬ driver assist system to every variant of the new generation Model Year 2015 Liberty, on sale in January 2015. The system uses stereo cameras mounted at the top of the windscreen, capturing "live" images of the road ahead +É helping car and driver to react instantly to potentially dangerous situations. This can help prevent collisions, or reduce impact damage.
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