We got our hands on the 2017 Subaru Impreza which has been seriously upgraded. Here are the main takeaways from the newest generation of Subaru compact. Continue Reading...
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Subaru is calling back a number of its turbocharged cars. Continue Reading...
In decades past you pretty much had to buy a Volvo if you wanted superior safety but that’s no longer the case. Continue Reading...
Pricing for the 2015 Subaru Impreza has been announced. Continue Reading...
If you’re disappointed that the 2015 Subaru WRX didn’t look like the wild concept unveiled in New York, be patient. Continue Reading...
It’s a new week and that means it’s time for another installment of Ask AutoGuide. As the Motor-Vehicle Problem Solvers we never stop working for you, our loyal audience… as long as we’re punched in and Samantha down in HR has approved the overtime. In any event, small cars are becoming the automotive industry’s next… Continue Reading...
In the market for a cheap, affordable vehicle that won’t cause you headaches after a few years of ownership? AutoGuide has compiled a Top 10 list of the most reliable vehicles on today’s market under $25,000 based on data from Consumer Reports‘ 2013 Annual Auto Survey. Continue Reading...
The IIHS has released the results from its latest round of crash tests involving the 2014 Subaru Impreza and XV Crosstrek, which both earned Top Safety Pick Plus ratings. Continue Reading...
The week is drawing to a close and while that can mean several things, most importantly (of course), it’s time for another installment of Ask AutoGuide, the information superhighway’s most exciting semi-regular feature. Beating the competition to market with mildly informative and generally accurate content is the name of the game. Our skilled geniuses are… Continue Reading...
Subaru is planning to expand production capacity at its factory in Indiana by 30 percent, adding workers to produce the Impreza in 2016. Continue Reading...
Compact cars are affordable, they’re usually a lot of fun to drive and can deliver impressive fuel economy numbers. As government regulators push for ever-greater efficiency, small sedans and hatchbacks are becoming increasingly important. Continue Reading...
It’s hard to believe but this is the fourth installment of “Ask AutoGuide.” For an entire month now our certified experts have provided the finest motor-vehicle shopping advice available for the price. Our crack team of automotive oracles has been at our readers’ beck and call for 30 straight days, though admittedly it’s been mostly… Continue Reading...
How do you get Generation Y interested in cars? To answer that question perhaps the best move is to take a look at what cars they do already like. Thanks to new stats provided by J.D. Power and Associates we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 cars with the highest percentage of buyers aged… Continue Reading...
A couple weeks ago our Top 10 target was the large-sedan segment. We looked at a diverse lineup of full-figured four doors, comparing them based on their theoretical maximum range. We multiplied the number of gallons in their respective fuel tanks by each of their highway economy ratings. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Large Sedans With… Continue Reading...
According to reports, the Subaru Impreza and WRX STi models are being cut from the Japanese automaker’s lineup in the United Kingdom. Continue Reading...
Driving is a mundane task for some people, but for others it’s a sport, and there’s no better proving ground than a track. Automakers see that opportunity as well, and love to offer up cars that are designed specifically with track use in mind. Take a look at the latest offering from Subaru and Scion,… Continue Reading...
If you’re in the market for a new car, perhaps you’re curious what models your neighbors are looking at. We’ve compiled a list of the top five most researched new cars in the AutoGuide New Cars section for the past week. Continue Reading...
Fuel efficiency is quickly becoming one of the most sought after elements in a new car. However finding a car with good fuel efficiency usually means you have to make a few compromises. Continue Reading...
Back when Ken Block still worked with Subaru, he built an outrageous WRX STi for the 2009 SEMA Show with a TRAX system. Clearly it inspired some enthusiasts to do the same, albeit three years later. The 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX you’re feasting your eyes on isn’t the same body style that Block used, but… Continue Reading...
Subaru replaced Honda as the top-rated automaker by Consumer Reports today, in a bit of an upset. Not only did the Japanese automaker known best for its efficient all-wheel drives take the top spot, but did so while the previous champion fell by several points over last year’s ratings. The victory, then, is due not… Continue Reading...
Subaru announced today that they’re stopping sales and issuing out a recall on 2012 models of the Impreza, Legacy and Outback due to complaints about increased brake pedal travel. Around 3,000 cars will be recalled with notices being sent to vehicle owners within the next couple of days. A stop-sale was also put into affect… Continue Reading...
Subaru of America will be showing off several of their record setting race cars alongside custom Subaru Performance Tuning models at this year’s SEMA Show. Also at the Subaru booth this year will be the Isle of Man record setting WRX STI making its US debut alongside David Higgins’ 2011 Rally America Champion WRX STI…. Continue Reading...
There was really only one problem with the V10-powered E60 BMW M5. The issue? A heavy sedan powered by a low torque, high-revving engine that required full throttle and 8-10ths driving to be any real fun. Pair that engine with a light weight race car (a Subaru Impreza for instance), however, and you’ve got quite… Continue Reading...
Whether intentional or not, Subaru seems to be labeled as a “progressive” brand, and while their website contains the usual corporate gibberish about supporting and embracing “…the communities in which we live and work,” the company tends to put its money where its mouth is, openly supporting the LGBT community as well as motorsports and… Continue Reading...