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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
Competing in the most competitive slice of the North American new-vehicle market, how does Subaru’s refreshed Legacy stack up?
Subaru’s base model Impreza, the 2.5i, may not pack the punch of its big brother WRX, but as an economy/compact class sedan it’s remarkably sure-footed and surprisingly fun to drive.
Knowing full-well that past Legacy models were not up to the task, for 2010 Subaru’s AWD family sedan has been designed specifically to go head-to-head with the rest of the mid-sized market.
Subaru Compact Car Reviews
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 Sports Car Reviews
With no turbo and no AWD, how exactly is this little sports car a Subaru?
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
This weekend, PlayStation 3 gamers in North America will be enjoying Gran Turismo 6 and to hype up the release, Polyphony Digital has released renderings of even more Vision Gran Turismo concepts that will be heading to the game. At the recent Los Angeles Auto Show, Mercedes stole the show with its Vision Gran Turismo concept, which... more
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It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks. At AutoGuide.com we have a lot be thankful for,... more
Honda pulled the wraps off of a new small car at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Show, the S660 Concept. No information was divulged concerning the powertrain for the car, though the name suggests that if a gasoline motor were used, it would have 660 cubic centimeters, or 0.66-liters of displacement. Mostly, the S660 serves as a... more
Subaru wowed everyone at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show by unveiling the Cross Sport Design Concept. Looking like a Subaru BRZ wagon, details are scarce about this great looking concept other than it is rear-wheel drive and uses Subaru’s 2.0 liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine paired to a continuously variable transmission. SEE ALSO: 2013 LA... more
When the Subaru WRX Concept first appeared in New York, it blew us away, but now as the production vehicle is unveiled at the 2013 LA Auto Show, we’re a little disappointed. Mainly, the car isn’t just a huge update over the past model, making just three more horsepower and weight just about 50 lbs... more