While sitting in traffic, you can feel your temper inexplicably rising. You hate the car in front of you. You hate the cars next to you. You hate what’s causing the delay. And you hate the motherfucking shoulder passers.
You may remember last week’s saga about a woman named Natalie, her BRZ, and the Vancouver-area dealership that briefly held her car for ransom because they found Facebook photos of her car at a track. I’m happy to report that things seem to be working out, but less happy to report that dealership employees have been…
Right on the outskirts of Tokyo, roughly an hour away by train, you can find in an unassuming and quiet suburb the headquarters of one of the most revered three-letter combinations in all of motoring: STi. For any diehard Subaru fan, a pilgrimage to the gallery at their headquarters in Mitaka is a must.
The Subaru Impreza WRC97 driven by rally legend Colin McRae in preparation for the 1997 FIA World Rally Championship season went up for auction recently and, as expected, commanded a pretty legendary price.
You would think an owner like Natalie is exactly the sort of person Subaru would want for the BRZ. She clearly adores the car, and hers is modified, personalized and prominent on her social media accounts. Plus, it’s actually used in the way it was designed to be used. So why did her dealer attempt to hold her 2015…
After years of teasing and hoping and praying, it is finally happening: a Subaru BRZ STI. But don’t get too excited, friends. The BRZSTI may be a more serious sports coupe, but the likelihood of a turbo under that hood is slim—and the reasons are pretty obvious.
What does this look like to you? This looks like a massive STI wing on a the trunk of a Subaru BRZ to me.
Have you ever read a story about someone’s car getting carjacked and thinking how that would never happen to you, because you’re such a badass you’d hang on to that car until the carjackers gave up? Well this woman from Milwaukee is the sort of badass in the real world that you are in your head.
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know about resurrecting the nearly-dead.
We in America are not particularly familiar with tarmac rallies—traditional rallies run flat out on closed public roads—but in Europe they are some of the toughest (and most dangerous) races you can find. The very toughest is the legendary Druidale stage, and here’s why it keeps this reputation.
It happens about 1.4 seconds before his beautiful, new red Subaru STI plows off the road, down a ditch and into a tree. The moment of clarity.
Mitsubishi vs. Subaru was one of the greatest automotive rivalries in history, both in the World Rally Championship and with their hero cars for the road, the Subaru Impreza WRX STi and the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Thankfully, some teams such as Italy’s PIMA Racing drift team appreciate both cars.
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to read or we’ll get really passive aggressive at you.
The real answer for pretty much any car buyer’s situation is not Miata, it’s the Subaru Outback. Few other vehicles that can be everything to everyone like the Outback. For 2018 Subaru’s best-selling car gets a little bit better with upgraded technology and styling.
April Fools’ products are often dumb and bad, but this year we saw several fakes that we desperately wish were real, like systems to get slow drivers out of the fucking left lane and racing helmets for cats. But Cobb Tuning outdid them all yesterday with something that would make a ton of money if it were real: an…
According to a report from The Oregonian, investigators said an intoxicated man told police he was “showing off” his new 2015 Subaru WRX when he wound up crashed into a nearby house. Police told the outlet that the car went through a yard and hit a power pole before crashing into the house.
What happens when you invite a Subaru to go off-roading in the Badlands with a Jeep group? In the case of Kyle Jarrett Dickinson’s lifted 2005 Impreza 2.5 RS, it holds its own for obvious reasons. I mean, just look at this thing. This is an apocalypse-ready sedan if there ever was one.