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Subaru of America's crossover-heavy lineup helped the brand eclipse its previous monthly sales record in August as it continues to ride a white-hot streak.
As car and truck brands flood NFL games with TV ads in the coming weeks, Subaru is staying on the sidelines once again -- and with good reason. The automaker is enjoying big sales gains.
Mazda, Mitsubishi and Subaru may be Japan's Little 3, but they're well on top of the industrywide trends toward light trucks and electrification.
Anchored by the Outback and Forester crossovers, Subaru's lineup will diversify in the coming years as it continues to set sales records in the U.S.
Subaru's next-generation Forester will get a more aggressive front end and sportier side profile.
Fresh spy photos offer a better idea of what Subaru's popular compact crossover will look like on the brand's global platform.
Subaru avenges its flameout at this year's 24-hour Nurburgring endurance race by conquering the notoriously demanding track with a record lap time.
Subaru avenges its flameout at this year's 24-hour Nurburgring endurance race by conquering the notoriously demanding track with a new record lap time.
Subaru's quarterly profit rose 18 percent on booming U.S. demand for crossovers.
While other automakers are reporting sales declines, Subaru of America continues to march toward another record-setting year.
Orange is back for the second-generation Crosstrek in the form of "Sunshine Orange," a brighter shade than what was previously offered.
When the Subaru Crosstrek debuted in 2012, the subcompact crossover segment was a fledgling one. Five years later, both the model and segment have changed.
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