With a manual gearbox you’ll get the most authentic WRX experience available, but it does require spending some proper time with this six-speed to really get the best out of it.
S&J Automotive has established itself as the go-to name for Subaru performance in South Australia, and even with EVs around the corner, it only looks to keep forging ahead.
Who said a sports car can’t be practical? The WRX Sportswagon, in that regard, is quite the wolf in sheep’s clothing.
The new WRX finally has the broader appeal it needs for survival in a cut-throat car market, but has this diminished its character?
Subaru’s rear-drive sports car is better in every regard, although there’s still room for improvement when it comes to the automatic transmission.
Meet the historic 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Group N Rally Car prepared by Possum Bourne Motorsport and driven by rallying legends Cody Crocker and Dean Herridge.
The sixth-generation Subaru Outback builds upon the same recipe that has always made the model so great, feeling better now in every regard, ensuring that it will remain a favourite with existing owners and newcomers to the brand alike.
Subaru has revealed its 2021 BRZ in the week which would have originally hosted the Los Angeles Auto Show, with the new model marking a number of changes for the popular, affordable, and highly-tuneable coupé. A continued joint development with […]
While the WRX may be the car that gets all the glory, the regular Impreza is still a fun and dynamically-pleasing car in its own right, even if it does lack a little when it comes to power.
While the Subaru XV feels a better fit for the company’s first hybrid drivetrain than the larger Forester, the inflated price and basic specification level still present issues for it to try to overcome.