A strong brand imbued by its rallying history across the entire lineup. As a whole, Subarus are a bit more performance-oriented than most Japanese car manufacturers, with an ethos that leans towards rugged dependability no matter what the road throws at you.
Subaru Baja: Cars with truck beds have come a long way since the El Camino. This unique offering combines the versatility of a truck, with the nimbleness, fuel efficiency, and comfort of a car. Two variations are available: the base model with the 165hp Boxer engine, and the Turbo, with, you guessed it: a turbo charged version cranking out 210hp.
Subaru Forester: Looking at the Forester, one can’t decide if it’s an SUV trying to be a car, or a car trying to be an SUV. Combining the road manners of a sedan, with the interior volume of an SUV, the Forester is a great choice for those looking for a small SUV that can handle that extra suitcase or cooler, as well as actually get somewhere on a tank of gas.
Subaru Impreza: The Impreza is aimed at those enthusiasts who must have a wagon, but still want a car that is responsive, agile and fun to drive. Enter the Impreza: a sport wagon that’s big on both versatility and drivability.
Subaru WRX STi: The Impreza has the practicality you need right? But it doesn’t quite have the tenacious driving experience for which you yearn. The car for you, then, is the WRX STi, Subaru’s street-legal rally car. Aggressive is an understatement—this little sedan is just plain mean, and it has a bite to match its bark. At the heart of this speed demon is a 300hp, turbocharged and intercooled Boxer engine. Brembo brakes, 18-inch BBS alloy racing
wheels, and all wheel drive ensure that practically anyone can harness its power.
Subaru Legacy: The Legacy is a quality midsize sedan, with a 2.5L Boxer engine and sufficient standard features, the Legacy may just prove its namesake to be true. It’s available in a four-door sedan version, or the more popular wagon, with a little over 65 cubic feet of rear storage.
Subaru Outback: The Outback shares a great deal of resemblance to the Subaru Legacy, but distinguishes itself with a more bold styling and features that better suit it for inclement driving. With six different model variations, the Outback can fit an assortment of tastes and needs.