The new Subaru Liberty 2015 range offer fantastic value for money and a host of desirable features. However, if a brand new Subaru is out of your reach at this time, there are ways that you can still enjoy a great Subaru experience with a 2007 Liberty.
This is the most obvious reason to buy a used car, and there are certainly bargains to be had. Naming a specific price is hard to do as there is such a large range of specifications and models available. However, as an example, you could buy on a classified ad at the time of writing this article a 2007 4th generation Subaru Liberty 2.5 litre GT AWD with 121,000 km on the clock for only $16,000. That is a lot of luxurious car for the money.
Just like the new Subaru Liberty 2015 models the 2007 Liberty range also has a five-star ANCAP safety rating. This is because Subaru have taken the safety rating of their vehicles very seriously for quite some time now. Obviously the newer vehicles have all the up to date technology, but that in no way makes the older models any less safe.
When looking for a 2007 Subaru Liberty for sale, bargain hunters may be surprised at the quality of equipment fitted. Again, this varies widely depending on the model, but it isn´t hard to find models with DataDot security systems, touch-screens, Satnav, Bluetooth connectivity and other useful features. These technologies have no moving parts and work as intended for years.
Handling and Performance
Subaru make wonderful engines, and those used in the 2007 Liberty range are no exception. Expect to see a 4 cylinder boxer engine in a variety of sizes available with both manual and automatic transmissions. The handling is exceptional which is due in large part to the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system. The ride is very comfortable, and the overall driving experience is positive.
If budget is a major issue, it makes sense to get a vehicle that will be cheaper to run. The Subaru Liberty is stated as having a fuel economy of 7 Litres/100km on the highway and 12.4 Litres in the city, which equates to a combined fuel economy of 9 Litres/100km. This is using 91 octane. However, some drivers have reported even better economy managing to get a combined fuel economy of 6.8 Litres/100km using 98 octane. Obviously this can vary quite a lot depending on a number of factors, but regular servicing at a Subaru Service Center, limiting unnecessary weight and correct tyre pressures can help a lot.
If you would like to know further details about used Subaru models or the new Subaru Liberty 2015 range, contact us. We have a great variety of new and demo models available for sale. We will be happy to arrange a test drive for you at your earliest convenience. If you require and further information, we will be happy to answer any questions or queries that you may a have.
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