Subaru Make Overview

Available Subaru Models

Passenger Cars

Subaru Impreza WRX Overview
2014 - 2002 (used)
Subaru Impreza WRX STi Overview
2014 - 2004 (used)
Subaru XV Crosstrek Overview
2015 - 2013 (used)
Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Overview
2015 - 2014 (used)

SUV/Crossovers

Pickup Trucks

Subaru Baja Overview
2006 - 2003 (used)

Subaru Questions

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Is It Worth It To Fix My 99' Subaru Legacy?

I own a 99' Subaru Legacy with 100k miles, two weeks ago I replaced the Rack and Pinion, All belts, cv boot and Axle, battery, front rotors and brakes, oil, and even the radiator cap lol. The total...

Tail Lights Stay On

Tail lights want go off. Checked the "p" it is off they still want go off any suggestions.

The Hold Light Keep Blinking Even With The Switch On Or Off

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Tail Lights Won't Shut Off.

The running-tail lights will not shut off. The brake lights are fine. They shut off. It's the automatic tail lights that will not shut off. I have read the manual, worked every switch and dial and n...

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Wat Do I Have To Change On My 1994 Subaru Svx To Supercharge It ?

its all sock and runs perfect

Older Subaru Models

Subaru 360 Subaru BRAT Subaru Brumby
Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid Subaru GL Subaru Justy
Subaru Leone Subaru Liberty Subaru Loyale
Subaru R2 Subaru SVX Subaru Sumo
Subaru Vivio Subaru XT

Subaru Overview

The Pleiades constellation, a cluster of seven stars (seven sisters), only six of which are visible to the naked eye, is where Subaru derives its six-star cluster. But it also refers to the formation of Fuji Heavy Industries out of the merger of five Japanese companies in 1953. The name Subaru means unity. Originally an aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturer, the Japanese company produced its first Minicar in 1953. Its debut in the U.S. came in 1969 with the 360 Van.

Subaru has been producing high performance, durable wagons ever since, and though it's thrown in a few sedans and coupes along the way, it is most associated with its high-end, yet affordable all-wheel drive wagons. Subaru was actually the first automaker to put four-wheel drive in a passenger car, back in 1972. By the 1980s, all Subaru vehicles came with part-time or on-demand four-wheel drive, and by 1998, all-wheel drive was standard. Its unique horizontal box or flat engine was also an innovation, and the Subaru Justy featured the first electronically continuous variable transmission. Today, Subarus are known for high performance, with their turbo engines.
The model lineup is not extensive, but it is durable. The BRAT was an all-terrain vehicle with an open bed, designed for a young, outdoorsy market. It boasted the highest gas mileage at the time. It has since been rebranded as today's Baja, a modern take on the dune buggy. The Legacy wagon was introduced in 1990 and is still the best-selling wagon in the U.S. The Outback version became its own standalone model in 1996, and was marketed as a more rugged version of the Legacy. This was followed by the small Forester SUV, popular for its car-like feel, but storage versatility.

Departing from its staid and conservative image, Subaru produced two performance or rally cars in the early 1990s, the Impreza WRX and the SVX coupe. Both featured turbocharged engines and were entries in the rally car circuit. The non-turbo Impreza sedan debuted in 1993 as a solid, economical compact. In 2006, the B9 Tribeca was Subaru's first large SUV, with optional seating for seven passengers, a first for any Subaru vehicle.

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