Subaru Liberty Review is known as Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, throughout the whole range of features. While the suspension setup of Liberty serves more toward comfort than handling, all-wheel-drive system eliminates the uncertainty has its rivals with a front-wheel-drive setup.
You will rarely see an opportunity where you have been disabled at Subaru and the grip is compromised, even in the wet - where something like the Camry can sometimes begin to feel depressed when gas touches added to the tight corner. The Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system works seamlessly with the driver's commands and is at the bottom of the throttle angle.
■ Engine: 2457cc four-cylinder
■ Power: 123kW @ 5600rpm
■ Torque: 229Nm @ 4000rpm
■ Induction: Multi-point injection
■ Transmission: Continually Variable Transmission
■ Driven Wheels: All wheel drive
■ Brakes: Four-wheel disc
■ Top Speed: N / A
■ 0-100km / h: N / A
■ CO2 emissions: 209g/km
■ Fuel Consumption: 8.9L/100km (ADR)
■ Fuel Consumption: 7.5L/100km (As Tested)
■ Fuel Tank Capacity: 65 liters
■ Fuel Type: Regular Unleaded
■ ANCAP Rating: 5 stars
■ Airbags: Seven
■ Safety: ABS brakes with EBD, BA. ESP.
■ Spare Wheel: Space saver
■ Cargo Capacity: 476 liters
■ Tow Capacity: 1500kg (braked)
■ Warranty: 3-years/unlimited km
■ Weight: 1398kg
■ Wheels: 215/50R17
A 476-liter cargo capacity and towing capacity of 1500kg braked Subaru Liberty make a realistic choice for family buyers. After spending more than 1200km behind the wheel, both alone and with the burden of passenger cars, Liberty remained confident even during maneuvers such as the following, and cornering.
ADR combined fuel consumption figure is 8.9L/100km. In the tests, I managed to get the figure to the highway 7.5L/100km with a leaning towards driving. It's great to see the fuel efficiency does not come at the cost of power or comfort