The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently announced that the Liberty Exiga will be offered with extra equipment in Australia.
According to the car manufacturer, 200 special edition Subaru Liberty Exiga wagons will get features like the rear parking sensors, the rear cargo tray and the carpet floor mats, along with a one-year warranty extension and four years of roadside assistance. Subaru says that the “new” Liberty Exiga, in the 2.5i variant, is now priced from 37,990 AUD, with a $500 voucher from Columbia, while the higher grade Subaru Liberty Exiga 2.5i Premium, with a $750 voucher, is now available for its future customers from 42,490 AUD.
As a quick reminder, the updated 2013 Subaru Liberty Exiga is available in Australia since earlier this year and the model can be differentiated thanks to its revised door mirrors, new alloy wheels or the seventh seat, after the previous configuration was 2+2+2. The upgrade was offered six months after the Australian division of Subaru has launched the 2012 Liberty Exiga. The base model is getting reversing camera, Bluetooth, voice command, USB, AUX and automatic headlights across the range. Power is being provided by a 2.5 liter Boxer engine generating 123 kW and 229 Nm of torque, mated to a CVT.