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The 1.6 litre turbo-petrol engine moves the Levorg around respectably, and with power always on tap, the CVT feels a lot more in-sync with the engine than in the naturally-aspirated XV/Impreza. Cabin storage areas are reasonably size, and there’s a handy forward storage spot on the centre console.


The dash in the Levorg is made up of rather dull-looking but nonetheless hard-wearing plastics. Everything is located pretty where expected and the standard sat nav and infotainment system is easy to use. The data readout at the top of the dash looks a bit dated, the rocker switches for the heated seats and the LED warning bulbs for the EyeSight safety system. The features include auto-dipping headlights, multiple airbags, aluminium pedals, cruise control, four USB ports, sat nav, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a DAB radio infotainment system, rain-sensing wipers, heated mirrors, headlight washers, dual-zone air-conditioning, keyless entry and start, eight-way adjustable leather seats, a leather steering wheel, 60:40 split-folding rear seats and 18-inch alloys.


The Levorg offers lively handling on smooth, twisty roads, where it feels light on its feet and nimble. The control in the suspension translates to a busy ride at lower speeds, however, when occupants are less well insulated from bumps than they are in many rival cars. The suspension does stop the Levorg from crashing and banging over bigger bumps quite well. The Lineartronic CVT gearbox operates very smoothly and is reasonably quick to respond. Passenger enjoys comfortable ride, which is enhanced by decent engine refinement and a lack of wind noise.

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