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Subaru Trezia for Europe (copyright image)

The Subaru Trezia, being a product of badge engineering,
in conjunction with Toyota, won't be coming to Australia.

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25th January, 2011

Fuji Heavy Industries has announced that it will exhibit the “Subaru Trezia” as a European premiere at the 81st Geneva International Motor Show slated for March in Geneva, Switzerland. Additionally, the popular Japanese brand will display the “Subaru Impreza Concept” as a European premiere at the Motor Show (Open to the public from 3rd March through 13th March, 2011) and the “Subaru Rear-Wheel Drive Sports Car Technology Concept”. This new concept car will be making its world premiere. Next Car will have the news on this important new sports car in the early days of March.

Subaru Trezia

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The Subaru Trezia represents a proposal of new value to meet the increasing demand for smaller and environmentally friendly cars in Europe. The key phrase for this product is “New Compact Smart Wagon”. The model provides the benefits of the Subaru wagon-style in an overall body size of less than 4 metres in length. This touring compact car offers a string of other benefits, from the strong presence of the exterior to the highly efficient package of the roomy and quality interior and easy-to-use utility space. With CO2 emissions of 113 g/km*, the Trezia combines superior environmental friendliness and highly responsive driving. A 1.3-litre petrol engine and 1.4-litre turbo diesel engine are available in the European markets.

The new Subaru Trezia is basically a re-badged Toyota Verso-S from the Japanese domestic market.

Major specifications - Length x Width x Height: 3,995 x 1,695 x 1,595 mm, Wheelbase: 2,550 mm.

NOTE: * For the 1.4-litre turbo diesel models


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