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In Australia, You Can Test Drive A Subaru With Car-Sharing

Test drives are the best possible way to work out whether a new car is right for you. There’s no getting around that. But some dealers offer short, supervised test drives that don’t give you a complete representation of what a car is like. Not Subaru, though — Subaru wants you to test drive its new Levorg wagon (yes, that’s its name) for up to a year by using it as a car-sharing vehicle.
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