Subaru has announced the arrival of the 2013 Liberty in Australia where the updated model is now available to its future customers from 32,990 AUD for the sedan.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the updated 2013 Subaru Liberty 2.5i CVT is available for order in Australia from 32,990 AUD for the sedan and from 34,990 AUD for the wagon, which is actually 2,000 AUD cheaper than before. The Liberty 2.5i Premium is 1,500 cheaper than the outgoing model, priced from 39,490 AUD for the sedan and 41,490 AUD for the wagon. Subaru says that the price list of the other models remain unchanged from the previous year.
All versions of the 2013 Subaru Libertys get a revised front grille, different foglight surrounds, new alloy wheels, electronic parking brake in the center console, new design for the steering wheel, USB, one-touch indicators and new color scheme for the dashboard, center console and instrument cluster. Subaru says that all models, except for the 2.5i Liberty entry-level, get a 3.5-inch color display. The new 2.5 liter four-cylinder boxer engine is producing 127 kW and 235 Nm of torque, 4 kW and 6 Nm more than the previous unit. Fuel economy in the sedan stands at 8.3L/100km (7.9 in the wagon).