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If you're after the security of a four-wheel drive but you don't want a full-blown SUV, this could be just the ticket. The Forester offers all-wheel drive traction and enough ground clearance for some light off-roading, but it isn't as obvious as a conventional 4x4. Even better, complete reliability is guaranteed - just make sure you can afford the fuel bills.
The Impreza proves that unshakeable reliability doesn't have to mean driving tedium. Even the insanely quick (and fun) Turbo just keeps going, as long as it's looked after. Don't be afraid of grey imports because specialists abound - but make sure you know what you're buying and that it's got a full service history. There's a whole family of Imprezas available, but the Turbo hogs the limelight for good reason - it's one of the most complete performance cars of the last decade.
Subaru's Impreza is an icon, and for good reason, thanks to its apparent ability to defy the laws of physics. Fast, sure-footed, practical and astonishingly reliable for such a performance machine, the Impreza makes a great used buy if you're an enthusiast. But buying one on the cheap isn't recommended, because running costs are high thanks to frequent service intervals, the engine's thirst and costly insurance for the performance versions.
With everyone flocking to buy German executive cars, this understated oriental alternative is usually overlooked. Perhaps it's the lack of diesel engines or the high running costs; whatever it is, it's certainly not the lack of quality as these cars frequently beat all comers when it comes to ownership surveys.
If ever there was a brand struggling to achieve any kind of identity, it's Subaru. Renowned for its reliability but little else, this Japanese company has suffered from a lack of awareness ever since it arrived here in the Seventies. Despite (or perhaps because of) this, the Legacy is well worth a look as it's fast, well-equipped, well-built and fitted with four-wheel drive as standard. But running costs can be very high, so make sure you can really afford one before buying.
Occasionally car makers come up with models that make no commercial sense at all. Take Subaru's B9 Tribeca; a full-sized SUV with five or seven seats, and 3-litre petrol power only - in a market that demands diesel almost exclusively. The car bombed, and as a result, used values are on the floor and will stay there. However, if you can live with its thirst and awkward styling, the Tribeca is worth a closer look, as it has lots to recommend it too.