Subaru models

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Total price
Monthly payment
Figures are based on a 20% deposit

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £23,399. Borrowing £18,719 with a £4,680 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£302.15
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£31,142.29
Cost of credit
£7,743.29
Optional final payment
£11,959.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Subaru buying guide

What Subaru models are there?

In its later years, the Subaru Impreza shook off its gold wheels and picnic table rear wings to become a sensible, sturdy hatch with the option of four-wheel drive.

The Levorg – with its odd name meaning LEgacy, reVOlution, touRinG – is essentially an Impreza estate. Like Imprezas of old, it has a ​​flat-four turbo petrol engine and all-wheel drive, wrapping that rally-winning technology and SUV versatility in a spacious, safe and stylish body.

Next to Subaru’s other models, the BRZ stands out. It’s an exceptional junior sports car, a rear-wheel drive bundle of fun developed in tandem with the Toyota GT86. The GT86 outnumbers the BRZ by about 10 to 1 so it’s a much more common sight.

 

Which Subaru models are SUVs?

The Impreza may not be on sale any more, but its styling lives on in the Subaru XV – albeit with a raised ride height, chunky body cladding and roof rails. Unlike many similarly rugged-looking hatchbacks, the XV comes with standard four-wheel drive, which’ll be a boon if you live in a rural area with tough winters.

Next up is the Outback, a family estate boasting a heavy side order of SUV attitude. It backs up those chunky looks with genuine off-road ability – perfect if your trips to the supermarket include traversing muddy fields. The Outback is unashamedly practical and safety-conscious, making it a really good family car option.

Crowning the Subaru lineup is the Forester. While most family SUVs wouldn’t dream of getting their tyres dirty, the Forester is geared up to tackle the rough stuff as well as smooth road surfaces. The further you get from a city, the more likely you are to see one. But not only do you get the tech to cross slippery surfaces, you also get a lot of features to make life on the road more comfortable.

FAQs

Yes, Subaru’s first electric car is called the Solterra. It’s a family-size SUV that’s heavily based on Toyota’s bZ4X. Maximum range is 289 miles and the Solterra can reach 80% charge in half an hour.

Subaru’s turbocharged ‘boxer’ engines are so-called because the pistons move back and forth towards each other like boxers’ fists, not up and down like most cars. The ‘e’ in front signifies that the engine features hybrid technology, which slightly reduces emissions compared to an equivalent engine without the electrical assistance.

X-Mode refers to Subaru’s grippy four-wheel-drive system. Certain X-Mode models feature multiple driving modes that set the car up for the surface you’re driving on. It’s sometimes paired with Hill Descent Control, which limits your speed on off-road downhill slopes to keep you in control.

Subaru EyeSight is a catch-all term for the brand’s array of active safety features. You might think of Volvo as the brand most focused on safety, but it’s also a top priority for Subaru. EyeSight includes adaptive cruise control, emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring and lane-change assist.

Lineartronic is Subaru-speak for its ‘CVT’ automatic gearbox, which doesn’t have a set of ratios like a conventional automatic gearbox. The aim is for a smoother and more efficient driving experience.

Many Subaru owners keep their cars for much longer than the average buyer, and many are also a long way from the nearest servicing bay. These attributes suggest that the brand’s rugged workhorses are dependable.

Buy a used Subaru from Motorpoint and you can choose either Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) finance.