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 is $975 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.

  • 2019 Subaru Outback starts at $26,345
  • 2019 Subaru Forester starts at $24,295
  • 2019 Subaru Crosstrek starts at $21,895
  • 2019 Subaru Impreza starts at $18,595
  • 2019 Subaru Legacy starts at $22,545
  • 2019 Subaru WRX starts at $27,195
  • 2019 Subaru WRX STI starts at $36,595
  • 2019 Subaru BRZ starts at $25,795
  • 2020 Subaru Ascent starts at $31,995

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.

Subaru WRX STI, Always a Snarling Sports Car, Eats Up the Snow

This past summer I had the opportunity to drive the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI at its press introduction in Aspen, Colo. It was fun playing with the impossibly fast and well-handling sports sedan in the summer playground that is Aspen.

At the time, part of me really wished I could flog this car through a heavy snowstorm. After all, the beauty of this car is it’s a Subaru. It’s meant to be driven through all kinds of inclement weather with nary a concern.

Ford Wins Overall Polk Loyalty Award at 2011 Detroit Auto Show

Ford’s resurgence is shown with the announcement that it has the highest rate of overall customer loyalty with its win at the 15th annual Polk Automotive Loyalty Awards, presented at the Automotive News World Congress as part of the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. Kia is the brand with most improved loyalty.

Hyundai, Kia, Subaru first to top pre-recession sales

The two American car brands with Korean roots – Hyundai Motor America and Kia Motors America – have already set all-time annual sales records, with one month still remaining before the year ends. Similarly, Japan-based Subaru of America closed November with an 11-month sales total that tops its previous 12-month record. The trio becomes the first U.S. auto retailers to fully recover from the car market's big contraction that began in 2008.

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