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SUBARU Trezia   2010 2014
2010 2014

The Subaru Trezia was a small MPV developed together with Toyota.
It was a badge-engineered model that received specific Subaru exterior details and very few Subaru-specific features.

In 2010, Toyota owned 16% of Subaru shares and they developed a plan to increase Subaru brand awareness in Europe. To do that, they started a common project on the platform of the Toyota Verso S. It was a car meant to replace the Justy range, but the result was not as good as expected.

The headlights and the front bumper resembled those found on the Impreza range. A shiny chromed strip was extended on top of the grille, connecting the headlights. The honeycomb design of the grille was inspired by the Impreza as well. In the back, a specific design was adopted for the taillights.

Inside, the Trezia (or the Verso S) offered a compact-segment roomy interior, with seating for five adults. The trunk could hold between 429 liters (15.1 cu-ft) and 1388 liters (49 cu-ft). The design was bald and the only detail that stood out was the highly mounted gear stick on the center stack. The three-dials instrument cluster featured only the speedometer, the tachometer, and the fuel gauge. For the coolant temperature, a blue light was on as long as the engine was cold. An additional LCD was included for the odometer.

Subaru Trezia was available with a choice of diesel and gasoline units. The 1.3-liter gasoline and the 1.4-liter diesel units were offered with front-wheel-drive only. The standard transmission was a 5-speed manual.

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