Space & practicality

Subaru Levorg review

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Subaru Levorg
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28 Jan 2016 16:20 | Last updated: 22 Aug 2018 16:43

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Space & practicality

How it copes with people and clutter

There’s a fine amount of room up front, and in the rear there’s just about enough room for a couple of large adults; a third will be a squeeze. The boot is a useful size but not as impressive as that in a Skoda Superb Estate or Volkswagen Passat Estate. In fact, even as saloons, both the Superb and Passat have bigger boots than the Levorg and both can be had – in estate versions – for the same money as the Levorg.

Folding down the rear bench is easy, thanks to a spring-loaded mechanism. Once that’s down, there’s a completely flat loading bay that, again, is a useful size but is significantly dwarfed by Skoda and VW rivals. You get a 60/40 split folding rear bench that’s helpful if you need to carry a long load as well as passengers.


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