As snow falls outside my window, now is a good time to remind you all that there is a right way to drive a Subaru: on the limit at all times, sideways.
What have you done with your truck lately, bro? That “Trail Rated” badge doesn’t mean jack if the wildest place it goes is the Whole Foods parking lot. Here’s a dude tackling the Hell’s Revenge trail in Moab in a lightly modified Subaru Legacy. Weep in shame at his mad skills, mall crawlers.
Around 50,000 Subarus are under recall as of earlier this month due to problems with the steering column, and owners just got word that they shouldn’t drive the cars—even to the repair shop—until they’re fixed.
Disgruntled Subaru Forester, Outback, Legacy, Impreza and Crosstek owners whose cars burned more oil than usual can rest a little easier today. Top Class Actions reports that owners of the defective engines will be reimbursed by Subaru for expenses related to the defect and given a longer warranty.
Need a midsize sedan with all-wheel drive? Turned off by SUV-like Subarus that are selling like hot cakes across America? Don’t care if your car puts you to sleep? Have we got the ride for you! We’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Subaru Legacy here in our Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
America loves it some mid-size sedans. Wagons might be more practical and crossovers are now outselling the humble four-door, but mid-sizers remain the chariot of choice for a massive swath of the population. Nearly every automaker offers one and each comes in dozens of flavors, so how do you pick the best? We’re…
Getting older means making changes in your life. You marry the person you love, you start a family, and you have to make changes. One of those changes might mean selling your beloved car for something a bit more practical.
How bad can gymkhana be, when even a three year old loves it?
You've seen people screwing around with four-wheel-drive sedans in snowy parking lots, but what happens when a built rally car hits St. Louis' Snowmageddon 2014?
Subaru made a lot of amazing performance cars in the 1990s, and basically none of them came to America. That means us here on this side of the pond had to improvise. Like this.P
Automakers test cars with a varying amount of camo these days. If it's early in the development cycle, it looks like the car is wearing a Halloween costume. If it's about to be released, it just has a lot of makeup on. This is an in-between, and we're not sure what it is.
Yesterday I tried to break down why Americans can't stop, won't stop buying Subarus. Sure, they're great cars, but few of them these days are also great-looking cars. You know what I miss? The last-generation Legacy, especially in Spec B trim.
Let me give a formal shout out to David and his Legacy Turbo. David, you remind us that there is more to Subaru than just the Impreza.
Subarus are pretty amazing cars. As the owner of a beater '86 GL wagon, I'm biased, but now I have solid proof that they kick ass.
Colin McRae will always be remembered as someone who could drive just about anything, faster than just about anyone. Here he properly stretches a Subaru Legacy RS around the bends.
Remember when you used to have to pull a lever to send power to all four wheels in your Subaru? The hardships our forefathers endured!
There's nothing more embarrassing than having your big, macho American RWD truck towed out of the snow by a friend in a Legacy GT Spec.B. Quick, someone record this. [via Connerthecat]