The new 2017 Subaru Impreza is now open for online orders. The new-generation compact sedan and 5-Door hatch gets a number of new features, and here’s some you may not have read about.
Why is Subaru singled out more than any other automaker for their safety? It’s because it’s one of their core values and consumers benefit from this safety technology.
The faulty air pump recall on certain Subaru WRX/STI, Forester XT, Outback and Legacy GT turbo models has reached the US.
Subaru Drops Significantly in Consumer Reports Reliability Ratings; is the Helium Coming Out of the Balloon?
The Subaru brand drops significantly in the recent Consumer Reports Reliability ratings. They single out the Subaru Outback, Legacy and WRX/STI for declining reliability.
If you are looking to buy a new 2017 WRX, Subaru has some deals through the end of October. Should you lease or buy?
The new 2017 Subaru Impreza launches in North America and Australia soon with some money-saving features. Down under, consumers can save money when they take their new compact in to be serviced.
Subaru Australia is making things easy for new 2017 Impreza buyers. It’s the way millennials buy things now, so it’s ideal for Subaru’s target market for the new Impreza.
Fresh off a win in round six last month, the Subaru BRZ GT300 team was ready to get another victory in round seven. But a crash took care of any hopes of reaching the podium again.
The 2017 Subaru Impreza gets a 95 percent makeover. There’s 13 new features never seen on the compact before all compact buyers will want, and one is a must-have.
Subaru isn’t done yet with the 2017 BRZ sport coupe. They just announced a new red BRZ GT “special model” for the Japan market. Is it really all that special?
Subaru talks about safety, but they also back it up with cars that score highest in crash tests.
Subaru Announces Pricing and Improved MPG on New 2017 Impreza; A 5-Speed Manual Shifter Will be Coming Later
Subaru announces pricing, improved fuel mileage and a 5-speed manual transmission will be coming later on the new 2017 Impreza.
When you pit a 2.0-liter Subaru WRX STI GRC car against a 7.0-liter Twin Turbo Venom GT it shouldn’t be much of a contest, or is it?
Subaru said they wanted to attract new buyers with the new 2017 Subaru Impreza and it’s already working.