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New Looks and a Better off Road Performance

In Subaru by Jesseb Shiloh

One of the signatures of the Subaru lineup has been the dynamic AWD system that’s been part of the lineup with the only exception being the BRZ. With this system in place many of the models from Subaru offer impressive off road capabilities to be able to handle the drive wherever they need to go. Even though this system is …

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2017 Subaru BRZ: A Subaru Anomaly

In Subaru by Jesseb Shiloh

When Subaru was handing out AWD systems somehow the BRZ was left out of the mix. Whether this car wasn’t invited to that party because it’s the ugly duckling of the bunch or Subaru simply ran out of AWD systems and said “tough luck” is hard to understand, but the result is actually magnificent. Like the ugly duckling, as the …

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Some of the Hits at the LA Auto Show

In Alfa Romeo, Buick, Cadillac, Fiat, GMC, Honda, Infiniti, Kia, Land Rover, Mazda, Mercedes, Nissan, Porsche, Scion, Subaru, Volkswagen by Blaine Traber

Many times car shows offer us a look at vehicles that might be far-fetched ideas and simply present a possibility regarding the vehicle lineup, but at a glance you can tell the car will never make it to production.  The LA Auto Show this year showed us something very different in the fact that nearly every car unveiled was production …

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The Road Assisting Technology

In Car News, Jaguar, Land Rover, Make, Subaru, Volvo by Sara Dean

Potholes, ice, moisture, slick spots and more make it difficult to drive when they are present in great numbers.  Each spring we spend a large sum of money to have tires and rim replaced that are damaged by potholes that have developed over the winter months in our roadways.  In order to help alleviate some of this car companies have …

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Chrysler Leads Domestic Brands with March Gains

In Car News, Chrysler, Dealers, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai, Jeep, Make, Subaru, Toyota by Rocco Penn

Ford and General Motors posted their first “bad” news in a while in March. Fiat Chrysler continued its growth, continuing its streak of consecutive months with year-over-year sales gains to 60. It’s been a good five years for the automaker. Still, their gains were disappointing at 1.7% compared to imports like Hyundai (11.9%), Subaru (10.4%) and Toyota (4.4%).