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Subaru Unveils Sleek New Impreza Concept

Yesterday, at the LA Auto Show, Subaru announced the all-new Impreza concept. The new design language, named Dynamic x Solid, is the first example of Subaru’s next-generation modular platform.

Subaru Achieves Perfect Season at Lake Superior Performance Rally

Subaru Rally Team USA pulled off a feat that hasn’t been accomplished in close to 30 years this past weekend. Driver Dave Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew won the Lake Superior Performance Rally and captured a perfect season. The last undefeated campaign in U.S. rallying was in 1987 by John Buffman, who now works as the teams’s manager.

Subaru’s “Always Be Closing” Month is Best in Company History

In the movie Boiler Room, Ben Affleck’s character emphatically lays into his staff of stuggling salesmen, “Always be closing!”Apparently, the folks at Subaru have taken heed to a similar sales mantra.

Subaru’s “Always Be Closing” Month is Best in Company History

In the movie Boiler Room, Ben Affleck’s character emphatically lays into his staff of stuggling salesmen, “Always be closing!”Apparently, the folks at Subaru have taken heed to a similar sales mantra.

N.A. Production Review: Future Growth Driven by New Models (part I)

The auto industry has come a long way in its recovery from the global recession, and the resulting optimism among automakers suggests that production volumes will continue to grow in the coming years. Since bottoming out at 12.6 million units in 2009, light vehicle sales in North America have grown by an annual average of 10%, with sales reaching a total of 18.3 million in 2013. Mimicking sales trends, production in North America has also grown over the past few years to keep up with recovering demand.  According to LMC Automotive data,  a total of 16.1 million vehicles were produc ...

From Rally Stage to Center Stage: Fast-Rising Subaru Holds its Future in its Hands

  This year, Subaru of America, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., celebrated its 45th anniversary in the United States market since its arrival in 1968. Known for its distinctly quirky styling, unique Boxer® engines, and its symmetrical all-wheel drive system, a product of the company’s successful efforts in the World Rally Championships, Subaru has always distinguished itself from other automakers through its penchant for unconventionality. As a result, the carmaker has fostered somewhat of a cult-like following for itself among Americ ...

 

    

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