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Perhaps the biggest name in rally racing, Subaru has earned a reputation for building long-lasting, fun to drive cars. Like BMW, Subaru has its roots in aviation - building planes for Japan in World War II. After the war, the company turned its attention to automobiles and in 1954 the Subaru 1500 (also known as the P-1) was introduced. Over the years Subaru produced such notable models as the Legacy, the Impreza and the Forester.
Subaru Sedan Reviews
This year sees two new six-cylinder all-wheel drive family sedans enter the market, the Chrysler 200S and the Subaru Legacy 3.6R. Can Chrysler beat Subaru at its own game?
The Subaru Legacy gains style, refinement and efficiency in an effort to attract new customers.
Competing in the most competitive slice of the North American new-vehicle market, how does Subaru’s refreshed Legacy stack up?
Subaru Compact Car Reviews
The Impreza has gone full mainstream in an attempt to find more buyers and it is working. Does this car appeal to our general consumer tester? We gave her one for a week to find out.
Subaru Crossover Reviews
Subaru claims the new Forester XT is putting the sport back in Sport Utility. We put this bold claim to the test comparing it to Subaru’s own sports car, the BRZ.
Can more power and a stiffer suspension stave off the CVT doldrums in Subaru’s all-new Forester XT?
It might not look all-new, but drive the 2014 Forester and you’ll soon realize just how improved it is.
Subaru aims to take on the crossover crowd with an innovative new package, but will anyone beyond the Subie faithful convert?
Subaru SUV Reviews
In the crowded midsize crossover/SUV category, the Subaru Tribeca provides a surprisingly sporty driving experience but comes up short on both passenger and cargo space.
A new base engine and equipment upgrades are in the cards for 2011, but are they enough to keep the current Forester competitive in the cut throat small CUV segment?
Tired of Toyotas? Yawning over Hondas? The Subaru Forester may not be the prettiest SUV, but its features and capability are at the top of its class.
With its conservative face lift, slight name change and a new 3.6L engine, however, the redesigned 2008 Subaru Tribeca should be taken more seriously by mainstream buyers.
Subaru Hybrid Car Reviews
Subaru seems unsure if its first attempt at a hybrid should boost power or save fuel.
Subaru Sports Car Reviews
We threw the brand-new Subaru WRX STI and the equally fresh Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG into an informal dogfight at one of the country’s fastest race circuits. Did we prefer one strongly over the other? Was there a clear-cut winner between these unlikely competitors?
Subaru Coupe Reviews
Borrowing heavily from big-brother STI for the 2011 model year, the WRX grows as an even better value package for those in search of a serious performance machine.
Subaru News View All Subaru News
Earlier this year I found myself looking seriously at a B6 Audi S4 Avant. Browsing used cars is one of my favorite weekend rituals and in this case the car in question was one my father spotted and sent to me. For a little while, I contemplated checking a six-speed V8-powerd German uber wagon off... more
Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology. Regrettably none of this stuff is terribly groundbreaking, but still, it’s nice to see the firm spreading some of its advanced features across their lineup. For 2015 the Crosstrek family gains the company’s EyeSight driver-assistance system. This technology was... more
Pricing for the 2015 Subaru Impreza has been announced. The base-model Subaru Impreza 2.0i sedan equipped with a five-speed manual transmission will be priced from $18,990 including destination while a continuously variable transmission (CVT) will be available for $1,000 additional. The five-door Impreza will start at $19,490 with a five-speed manual transmission. All 2015 Impreza... more
Did you know that affordable, mainstream cars are getting those impressive, eyebrow-raising features that are usually reserved for high-end luxury cars? It’s true and all thanks to a Japanese automaker that is working hard to bring those features to a mass audience. If you saw our Top 10 about the most affordable cars with adaptive... more
The Paris Motor Show is in the past and the future holds some very interesting new cars of all shapes and sizes. Check out what we’re testing this week in AutoGuide Now. 2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali: Mike Schlee, Road Test Editor - “Once again I am off to raise money with Rally North America... more
Adaptive cruise control is common on many high-end cars, but did you know that a massive monthly payment isn’t necessary to access the technology? Cars with adaptive cruise control will slow down and speed up according to the vehicle ahead, making highway commuting much easier. Some systems will even stop the car completely and then... more