Seven is enough

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Car News -

‘‘ It was only in Jan­uary that we an­nounced that en­try-level Lib­erty Ex­iga 2.5i was adding a re­vers­ing cam­era plus dusksens­ing head­lights and steer­ing wheel Blue­tooth con­trols, voice com­mand, au­dio stream­ing, USB con­nec­tiv­ity and an aux­il­iary jack,’’ Mr Se­nior says.

The 2.5i has a 110mm LCD screen dis­play for the au­dio and the re­verse-cam­era im­age. Subaru also up­graded the Pre­mium model in Jan­uary with dusk-sens­ing head­lights. ‘‘ So it’s fair to say that the Lib­erty Ex­iga range is un­der­go­ing con­sid­er­able change that makes it an even bet­ter value propo­si­tion for fam­i­lies.’’

Subaru has yet to an­nounce prices for the seven-seater model. The 2.5i now sells for $37,990 and the Pre­mium for $42,490, up $500 each on their Novem­ber 2009 launch pric­ing but with a lift in fea­tures.

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