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Used price:£1,172 - £2,500
New price:£32,020 - £32,945Used price:£6,039 - £25,462
New price:£36,335 - £39,335Used price:£452 - £32,450
New price:£26,665 - £26,665Used price:£180 - £16,613
Used price:£228 - £1,564
Used price:£297 - £7,760
New price:£34,770 - £34,770Used price:£8,577 - £21,560
New price:£33,770 - £36,770Used price:£510 - £26,125
Used price:£8,002 - £23,050
New price:£28,335 - £33,655Used price:£3,880 - £27,816
Most popular Subaru reviews
Lesser-spotted GT86 sibling has niche appealNew price: £32,020 - £32,945
- Agile handling
- Simple dashboard layout
- Striking looks
- Good standard spec
- Interior quality isn't great
- Small dealer network
- Unexciting engine
- Useless rear seats
A niche choice, and likely to stay that wayNew price: £26,665 - £26,665
- Standard kit and safety technology
- Good reliability
- Comfy ride
- Impressive practicality
- All-wheel drive flexibility
- Gutless engines
- Lacklustre transmission
- High fuel consumption and emissions
- Parts of cabin look and feel cheap
- How will the finance offers stack up?
No-nonsense estate replaces Legacy TourerNew price: £34,770 - £34,770
- Accomplished handling
- Mismatched cabin
- Not cheap to buy or run
- CVT gearbox can hamper overtaking
- Long distance refinement
Tough and hunky family estate that'll take you anywhere…New price: £33,770 - £36,770
- Unstoppable in poor weather and conditions
- Tough and undoubtedly reliable, five-year warranty
- Practical, spacious and comfortable seats
- Interior design looks straight from the 1990s
- Infotainment system feels equally archaic
- Diesel engine might be punchy, but it's noisy
Capable SUV won’t appeal to all but some will love itNew price: £28,335 - £33,655
- Capable on and off the road
- Expected to be hugely reliable
- Simple, hardy cabin design
- Easy to drive and use
- Inefficient engines
- Expensive to buy and run
- Rivals cheaper to finance
- Relatively few dealerships
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Subaru has been around a lot longer than you might think. Its first car was the 360 of 1958 - a Kei car that was designed to work best in the narrow streets of Tokyo, where parking was at a premium. From there it grew its range, and when it launched the flat-four powered Leone saloon in 1972, it gained the USP of offering 4WD on all its mainstreams cars.
In 1992, it launched the Impreza, which did a great job of casting it onto the world stage, thanks to numerous rally victories. In 2012, it launched the BRZ, in collaboration with Toyota, which ended up being its first non-4WD model in three decades. In recent years, Subaru's focus in the UK has shifted from high performance to crossovers - where its 4WD technology fits in perfectly.