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Subaru is known for its rally motor sports pedigree, which is injected in its Impreza models. Most Subarus are equipped with all wheel drive as standard with the exception of the BRZ, which is rear wheel drive.
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Affordable sports cars are a niche within a niche—here’s why Subaru is sticking to it for the 2022 Subaru BRZ. Continue Reading...
Pickups continue to dominate the list, with larger SUVs showing up too. Another year is in the books—good riddance to 2020—and that means end-of-year sales figures are out. Naturally, 2020 saw an overall dip compared to 2019, thanks to COVID-19 essentially bringing the entire industry to a halt in spring. The good news is that… Continue Reading...
These are the reviews (and comparisons) you read the most this year. Go you! Continue Reading...
Purists rejoice: the BRZ will continue on with a naturally-aspirated engine and a six-speed manual. Continue Reading...
The affordable sports car will once again feature rear-wheel drive, a manual transmission—and a Toyota sibling. Continue Reading...
Subaru gives us our first look at the new sports car, which will once again share its platform with a Toyota. Continue Reading...
September is almost here, which in the auto industry means the arrival of 2021 models for almost every car you are thinking of buying. It also means that a lot of manufacturers and dealers will be looking to dispose of the 2020 models – with some very attractive deals! Continue Reading...
J.D. Power has conducted a new study on brand loyalty called the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Automotive Brand Loyalty Study. Now in its second year, the study uses data from the Power Information Network and aims to determine if the customer returns to the same brand to make his second purchase or not. “Automakers are really… Continue Reading...
Lots of Toyotas… Continue Reading...
Tesla has more initial problems than any other brand—but that status comes with a big asterisk. Continue Reading...