Subaru News, Pricing and Reviews

It’s hard to believe, but the Subaru brand celebrated 50 years in the U.S. market in 2018. What started out as a funky little automaker with a weird looking AWD wagon, has evolved into a success story like no other. Subaru first became popular in the Northeast, Rocky Mountain states and Pacific Northwest. Now the brand is selling well all over the country because the word is out about Subaru’s safety, reliability, and all-season, all-wheel-drive capability that sets the brand apart.

The Subaru Lineup includes their top-three sellers, the Forester SUV, Outback wagon, and Crosstrek crossover all-wheel-drive vehicles. The new Ascent family hauler is the largest vehicle the brand has ever built. The Impreza is an affordable compact, the Legacy sedan is still the only sedan in America with standard AWD, and the performance-oriented Subaru BRZ sports coupe, and the rally-bred WRX and WRX STI performance sedans are a must see for driving enthusiasts.

Here at Torque News, we cover the brand extensively and have the latest specs and reviews on each model. Here’s a list of the complete Subaru lineup and U.S. pricing for each model. Pricing does not include delivery and destination charges. Destination and Delivery are $1,010 and may vary in some states. Check our current reviews of each model for specific trim levels and check back daily for the latest Subaru news.

  • 2020 Subaru Outback starts at $26,645
  • 2020 Subaru Forester starts at $24,495
  • 2020 Subaru Crosstrek starts at $22,145
  • 2020 Subaru Impreza starts at $18,695
  • 2020 Subaru Legacy starts at $22,745
  • 2020 Subaru WRX starts at $27,495
  • 2020 Subaru WRX STI starts at $36,995
  • 2020 Subaru BRZ starts at $28,845
  • 2021 Subaru Ascent starts at $32,295
Toyota GR86 and the Subaru BRZ

A Missed Opportunity: The Styling of the Toyota GR 86 and the Subaru BRZ

Toyota and Subaru’s joint sports car venture has provided many people with loads of fun. The Toyota 86/GT86/GR 86/Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ are commonplace now – an affordable sports car has great enthusiast appeal, especially when offered with a manual transmission and skinny tires for more spritely handling. Toyota and Subaru just unveiled the second generation of their boxer-powered coupes. The cars should be competent, well-engineered and generally fun.