The Subaru Levorg GT 1.6i DIT Lineartronic

Subaru Levorg

Subaru brings its much-loved all-paw estate concept up to date

From £28,8406
Suabru Outback

Subaru Outback

We've driven Subaru's new Outback in diesel automatic form abroad; now it's time to see how the entry-level manual equivalent handles UK roads

From £27,1957
Subaru Impreza

Subaru Impreza

It may not be an obvious choice for most buyers, but this four-wheel-drive, sub-£20k hatch does have merit

From £16,4506
Subaru WRX STI

Subaru WRX STI

The STI is back, but is it a match for Europe's best hot hatches?

From £29,6406
Subaru WRX

Subaru WRX

An impressive standard Subaru WRX is finally back. Fuel economy and power is up but, unfortunately, no UK sales are planned

Subaru XV
Rugged XV works off road but not well enough on it to earn broad appeal

Subaru XV

The Subaru XV is a no-nonsense crossover that doesn't quite make enough sense on the road

From £18,1656
Subaru Outback 2009-2014
The Subaru's diesel engine puts out 148bhp and 258lb ft

Subaru Outback 2009-2014

Revised Outback gets impressive powertrain; offers plenty as a no-nonsense functional wagon

Subaru Forester
The Subaru Forester is now in its fourth generation

Subaru Forester

It’s likely to be Subaru’s best-selling model, but is this also its best?

From £24,1956
Subaru Forester 2008-2013
Subaru’s 4x4 estate morphs into bona fide small SUV

Subaru Forester 2008-2013

The Subaru Forester avoids the glam detailing of most other soft-roaders and sticks to traditional 4x4 spec

From £22,2006
Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Does the WRX STi turn the Impreza into a proper driver’s tool?

Subaru WRX STi 2007-2013

The Subaru STi is fast, grippy and offers immense value

From £31,5507
Subaru Legacy
Estate-only Legacy puts emphasis on space and comfort

Subaru Legacy 2009-2013

As a true workhorse, there are few better than the Subaru Legacy. As an everyday estate, there are loads better.

From £21,8655
Subaru BRZ

Subaru BRZ

The Subaru BRZ 2+2 coupé is the marque's own product from its collaboration with Toyota, which also resulted in the GT86

From £21,48510

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