Be wary when you wander into a Subaru dealer – your entire future life may depend on the choice you make. Will you end up with a farming workhorse, a really cool SUV, a middling saloon or one of the greatest rally cars in history? Life was so much simpler when only farmers had ever heard of them…  

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  • 9/10
    Subaru BRZ



    For purity and driver entertainment, the BRZ is the best in class. Its simple approach brings a connection not often found in modern cars.

  • 9/10
    Subaru Outback



    The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is a unique way to travel, perhaps more like a beautifully built water craft than a car.

  • 5/10
    Subaru Forester

    £24,995 - £30,995


    The Forester is one of the most honest smaller SUVs out there.

  • 5/10
    Subaru Impreza



    A 4wd hatch with bomb- proof build, but Impreza lags behind the times.

  • 6/10
    Subaru Legacy Outback

    £28,870 - £30,075

    Legacy Outback

    Better to drive than an SUV, and able give a decent account of itself when it’s slippy and a bit bumpy. Nice engines, great chassis and lots of kit for the money. The new diesel overcomes the only previous objection: fuel cost.

  • 7/10
    Subaru Impreza STI


    WRX STi

    An ugly but effective cross-country tool, the WRX is an acquired taste.

  • 5/10
    Subaru XV

    £18,995 - £27,695


    After the BRZ, this is the most interesting car Subaru makes. But then that's not really saying much.

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