Bare bones, but lovely.
New Outback deftly walks the line between rock-bashing and interstate hauling.
This is the seventh-generation of the Legacy, Subaru's big sedan.
Built on a brand new global platform, the Ascent SUV promises to be family-friendly with three rows of seats and the choice of seven- or eight-passenger configurations.
Subaru has announced two 2018 high performance models – the WRX STI Type RA and the BRZ tS (shown) expected early in 2018.
Sporting an all-new design language for exterior and interior, the 2018 Subaru Crosstrek will be shown at the New York International Auto Show.
The all-new 2018 Subaru Crosstrek had its world premiere at the recent Geneva Motor Show
One of the prime examples of the company’s “mainstreamification”, as others have put it, is the Subaru Legacy.
Every vehicle sold by Subaru is fitted its signature horizontally opposed “Boxer” engine, with total production over the last 50 years topping 16 million units.
Subaru and IBM Japan and working together to improve Subaru’s innovative EyeSight safety system using IBM’s cloud and cognitive technologies.
Both the four and five-door 2017 Subaru Impreza will be revealed next week at the New York Auto Show.
Subaru’s 2016 crossover has dropped the unnecessary XV before its name. It’s one of the bigger changes for the newly minted 2016 Subaru Crosstrek—and that’s not a bad thing.
The Japanese automakers make quite a splash at the LA auto show.
Three rather innocuous items on their own, but guaranteed to tighter the ol’ sphincter, get your heart pumping and your brake foot stomping, should you spot any one of them spilled out onto the road
The concept achieves a higher level of aerodynamic performance while blending form with function.
The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek pricing remains an excellent value from $24,995, as the Crosstrek Hybrid also remains priced at $30,495.
The 2016 Subaru Forester 2.5i Touring is one great package that just does almost everything well.
Having now experienced Frankfurt, anybody who’s attended the auto show in Toronto can be excused for thinking it’s big. The complex that houses its Motor Show covers 2.5 million square feet or 33
The thing about split personalities is that while Mr. Hyde gets to have all the fun, making mayhem and running amok, good ‘ol Dr. Jekyll has to quietly go about doing the groceries, feeding the cat
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