Subaru did not make the Baja in 2014. The vehicle line was discontinued in 2006 after only four years of production. It was designed to be a cross between a mid-sized passenger sedan and a pickup truck. Its styling never sold successfully.
The Baja was a four-door vehicle with an exposed cargo box similar to a pickup, but much smaller. The rear seats and back wall folded forward to extend the bed length to 60 inches; however, the rear window was stationary, which limited the size of cargo it could carry. The 2006 Baja's fuel rating varied slightly depending on the transmission type, but generally averaged about 20 MPG in city driving and 25 MPG on the highway.