Subaru Justy Review

28 Mar 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Subaru Justy Review

Subaru Justy


The and somewhat boxy rear end for a carrying capacity of 225-litres, can be increased to a maximum 630-litres, the need arise.

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The flattened and somewhat boxy end allows for a carrying capacity of which can be increased to a maximum should the need arise. The luggage space is achieved by the 60:40 rear seats, is easily accomplished, or would be if you could figure out how to undo the centre seatbelt.

In this instance I resorted to the which wasn’t much but the section on which type of wouldn’t activate the airbags was Unusually for this type of the Subaru Justy comes with front and rear airbags to go with the more front and side cushions.

The amount of interior space is impressive and is created by having the sit in a more upright position. But I was surprised by the amount of rear It isn’t a huge amount but for adults to avoid cramp on journeys and a lot more than of the Justy’s rivals, of which are many.

Moreover the legroom at the expense of comfort; the seat are a good length and are firm but padded. Those in the front are a more contoured but not enough to be sporty.

The top of the broad and deep fascia has a of Vauxhall Agila/Suzuki Splash it as the main section forms a curve between the air-vents. is an open storage shelf runs the width of the cabin. the passenger side to the base of the console, it offers good, storage options with an cubby underneath, where the section protrudes into the

On the driver’s side, the shelf is filled in, allowing for the movement of the steering column and attached instrument nacelle.

The brushed panel on the centre console the chunky, climate control as well as the integrated CD/radio. It serves to lift the interior which is already surprisingly and airy thanks to the deep along with charcoal and grey interior panels. The system might not appeal to enthusiasts but the sound quality is far than in some other

Unlike the Daihatsu Sirion, is only one form of Subaru and that is the 1.0R; priced at For that you get the full set of airbags, ABS EBD, alloy wheels, electric windows front and remote central locking, child-seat anchors and rear sensors, which isn’t

What is bad, however, is the noise. What starts out pleasantly sporty soon itself to be a rumbling worthy of a Ferguson tractor, with the of transmission whine and an almost chatter coming from under the dashboard. And it’s not a diesel.

To my mind, you can forgive this in a but somehow, expect better of Obviously, this is a matter of because both cars the same engine.

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