The Subaru Trezia is a minivan based on the Toyota Verso-S. Since mid-2011, it is offered in Europe as a successor to the Subaru Justy.
From treasure, the English word for treasure, the name derives from. The engine range includes a 1.33-liter petrol engine and a 1.4 liter diesel engine. For the petrol engine, a six-speed manual and a continuously variable automatic transmission (Multidrive-S) are available. In the diesel engine in addition to the 6-speed manual transmission is also an automatically shifting transmission (MultiMode transmission) to choose from.
In contrast to the Verso-S Trezia is considerably more expensive, but includes standard equipment in addition to an electric power steering four-wheel disc brakes (ventilated at the front) with anti-lock brakes, brake assist, an electronic stability control with traction control (TRC: Traction Control), power windows in front, 40/60 split rear seatback, central locking with radio remote control, seven airbags, electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors, one in the Height adjustable steering column and Isofix child seat mountings on the rear seats, air conditioning and a radio CD/MP3 audio system with four speakers.
Whereas in the past all Subaru available with all-wheel drive and boxer engine, there is the Trezia, as the last-generation Justy, only with front-wheel drive and also exclusively with inline engine.
1 with Multidrive S transmission, 2 with MultiMode transmission
Aktuelle Modelle: Sambar | Sambar Dias Wagon | Legacy | Impreza | Subaru WRX STI | Outback | Forester | Pleo | Tribeca | Stella | Exiga | Dex | Lucra | Trezia | Subaru XV | Subaru BRZ
Discontinued/old models: 1500 | 1000 | 360 | FF-1 | R-2 | Leone | Rex | BRAT | Domingo | XT | L-Serie/Loyale | SVX | Vivio | Libero | Delivery Van | Baja | Traviq | R2 | R1 | Bighorn | Justy