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.

  • 2021 Subaru Forester starts at $25,845
  • 2022 Subaru Outback starts at $28,070
  • 2021 Subaru Crosstrek starts at $23,295
  • 2022 Subaru Impreza starts at $19,755
  • 2022 Subaru Legacy starts at $23,955
  • 2021 Subaru WRX starts at $28,420
  • 2021 Subaru WRX STI starts at $38,170
  • 2022 Subaru BRZ starts at $28,955
  • 2022 Subaru Ascent starts at $33,420
  • 2023 Subaru Solterra pricing to be announced.
The Subaru BRZ Prologue from the Frankfurt Motor Show

The Subaru BRZ Prologue makes its debut in Frankfurt - sort of

Leading up to the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Subaru announced that we would get our first good look at their joint venture with Toyota, named the Subaru BRZ Prologue and while the company made good on offering a closer look at the new rear wheel drive sports car, we still don’t know what the Subaru version will look like.
The Toyota FT-86ii Concept

The Toyota FT-86ii Concept shows up at Frankfurt with little change

Earlier this month, Toyota offered a teaser video of their FT-86ii sports car ending with a mention of this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show leading many to believe that we would see something new on the Toyota version of the joint venture with Subaru but as the show has come, what we have is the same FT-86ii that we have seen at past auto shows – except it’s orange.

Subaru WRX STI breaks 21-year record on Isle of Man track

Race driver Mark Higgins logged an all-time fastest lap by averaging 115.356 mph June 10 on the iconic Isle of Man TT Mountain Course. Higgins was driving a US spec 2011 Subaru WRX STI. The former record of 100 mph remained unchallenged for 21 years. His lap took 19 minutes 37 seconds with the WRX STI hitting speeds in excess of 162 MPH on the varied elevation course.

Subaru releases iPad apps for Outback, Forester, WRX/STI

Mobile browsing has become quite popular, especially for consumers desiring knowledge about nearly every purchase, especially one with as much lifestyle and budget impact as the purchase of a car. In response, Subaru has announced new iPad applications for its 2011 model digital brochures. The free apps let consumers explore the new Outback, Forester and WRX/STI on the iPad interface, with 360-degree views, videos and interactive demonstrations.

Auto prices to go up as Japanese earthquake, Libyan conflict impact market

Japanese auto production has fallen to only 35 percent of their former output as a result of the Tohuko earthquake and tsunami, according to IHS Automotive Insight. Still the situation in Libya has an impact as well. "It's volatility that really drives people to smaller cars," said Aaron Bragman, an analyst for the auto authority.

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