Starting at$25,395 MSRP
Up to30/22 MPG Hwy/City
BRZ Limited shown
Starting at$18,295 MSRP
Up to37/28 MPG Hwy/City
Impreza 2.0i Limited shown
Starting at$26,595 MSRP
Up to27/20 MPG Hwy/City
WRX with accessory fog lights shown
Starting at$21,745 MSRP
Up to36/26 MPG Hwy/City
Legacy 3.6R Limited shown
Starting at$22,395 MSRP
Up to32/24 MPG Hwy/City
Forester 2.5i Touring shown
Starting at$21,595 MSRP
Up to34/26 MPG Hwy/City
Crosstrek 2.0i Limited shown
Starting at$26,395 MSRP
Up to34/30 MPG Hwy/City
Crosstrek Hybrid Touring Shown
Starting at$24,995 MSRP
Up to33/25 MPG Hwy/City
Outback 2.5i Limited shown
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As gas prices continue to drop, motorists should take advantage of their savings at the pump and invest it back into their vehicles. By spending a little now to increase fuel efficiency, drivers can multiply fuel savings and save more money at the pump, says the Car Care Council.
Are you and your family planning to drive to a holiday get-together this year? Whether you’re heading to grandma’s house or a favorite vacation spot to celebrate holidays with family or friends, AAA offers these simple tips to help you arrive safely and without incident.
Fall Car Care Month in October brings attention to the importance of car care and preventative maintenance. One often-neglected wear item is the cabin air filter!
Lights are normal wear items that require periodic inspection and replacement. The lighting system provides nighttime visibility, signals and alerts other drivers, and supplies light for viewing instruments and the vehicle's interior. The wiper system keeps excessive water, snow and dirt from building up on the windshield, maintaining clear visibility.
FACT: Subaru designed today's engines to operate longer between oil changes. After decades of reminding owners to change engine oil every 3,000 miles, engine and oil technologies now allow for up to six month or 6,000-mile maintenance intervals.
Safety is a priority on any road trip, but pet companions necessitate extra precautions. Even mild fender benders can be life threatening to those who aren't properly restrained. Loose cats have been known to wedge themselves beneath a brake pedal, and a hard stop can throw an unrestrained animal into the windshield.
Whether you drive a car or a bike, traveling on roads requires care, courtesy and respect. Motorists and bicyclists must both obey the same traffic regulations – but there is a difference. Bicyclists are much more vulnerable to danger. They are less visible, quieter and don't have airbags to protect them.
With gasoline prices still high and perhaps on the rise, as well as increasing reports about the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment, now is the time to rethink how you typically maintain and operate your vehicles. Try following these tips to increase your fuel efficiency
Subaru and the Center for Pet Safety (CPS) recently teamed up to conduct rigorous crash testing on commonly available pet safety harnesses using realistic, specially designed crash test dogs. The crash tests uncovered serious flaws in many of the popular pet restraints currently on the market, with many resulting in catastrophic failure. The performance data will assist in the development of the first harness safety standard and test protocols that will serve as guidelines to the pet products industry. "Safety for all passengers, including our pets, is very important to Subaru and to our drivers. Selecting the wrong harness could be just as detrimental as not using one at all," said Michael McHale, Director of Communications at Subaru of America, Inc. Sleepypod's Clickit Utility Harness has been identified as the 2013 Top Performing Harness. CPS is a non-profit research and advocacy organization dedicated to companion animal and consumer safety.
Subaru and Subaru Advantage Insurance go together like, well, you and your Subaru. Subaru Advantage Insurance from Liberty Mutual helps protect your investment by towing your vehicle to the nearest Subaru dealer3 and ensuring the use of Genuine Subaru Replacement Parts.
The intersection between vehicles and consumer electronics is rapidly expanding. Today's driver's demand intuitive, easy-to-operate systems that will allow them to access their favorite media in one location. Answering that demand is Subaru with its groundbreaking infotainment system, powered by Aha by Harman. Subaru is among the first automakers to offer this technology in a vehicle ... Read more.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released survey results that show Americans continue to use electronic devices while driving, despite warnings that it causes their own driving to deteriorate and can lead to crashes, injuries and even death.
Every day, thousands of drivers experience some form of road rage or aggressive driving," says Dave Melton, transportation safety specialist at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety. Melton offers steps for avoiding a road rage situation — or getting away from it safely.
It may seem surprising to consider that a bright, sunny day could place you in a dangerous situation behind the wheel. Even when the weather is picture-perfect, as the sun rises, moves across the sky and then sets, many drivers suddenly discover that they're driving blind.
Your Subaru owner's manual may not be at the top of your reading list, but it delivers important, model-specific information for your Subaru. Get valuable information about your car's features, including instructions and warnings. You may even discover some new features you didn't know you have!
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