Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
The Liberty's sixth-generation has arrived at middle age and Subaru took the opportunity to tweak the specification as well as the looks. Second in the three car range is the 2.5i Premium, which sits between the 2.5i entry-level and the 3.6R, and carries a $36,640 price tag.
Standard on the Premium are 18-inch alloys, a six speaker stereo with Bluetooth and USB, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, active cruise control, powered and heated front seats, sat nav, auto high beam, active LED headlights, a very impressive safety package, partial leather seats, leather steering wheel, power everything, sunroof and a full-size spare.
The 7.0-inch touchscreen now not only features sat nav and a half-decent media system but also has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is still a rarity in this class. Also a rarity is the standard all-wheel drive system (good) and the CVT auto (maybe not so good).