Subaru has built its reputation on designing and building exceedingly strong, well-engineered economy automobiles. The legacy of Subaru continues to grow with engineering and design accomplishments such as the new B9 Tribeca. Subaru has introduced a stylish yet practical mid-size SUV that will bring all the boys to the yard. With the most up-to-date seat belt tensioners and side-curtain airbags, Tribeca will cradle your family in an environment in which they can really feel safe.
A serious contender in the cross-over SUV category is the Subaru Forester, an SUV that floats like a butterfly and flies like the wind. Forester has all the accoutrements of a class-leading SUV combined with the road manners of a fine European road car. Sitting tall and handsome, the Forester is at home in the city and at the campsite.
An integral member of the Subaru dynasty is the Subaru Outback, now ubiquitous to the morning commute. The Subaru Outback is the answer so many of the transportation needs of the modern American family. A low center of gravity coupled with a flawless all-wheel-drive feature makes the Outback a tenacious go-anywhere recreation vehicle. With increased interior dimensions, the Subaru Outback is all that and more.
A model that is great fun to drive is the new Subaru Impreza WRX, fortified with plenty of power, legitimate handling prowess, and safety features. The Impreza has grown into a well-seasoned driving machine that treats its passengers to quality interiors and comfortable road dynamics. Not a street toy, the Impreza is a practical, high-performance machine.
2013 Subaru Outback
Since it first came off the lines as the Subaru Outback, in 1996, this small-size SUV has continued to impress consumers with its fuel efficiency, capable off-road handling and incredibly durable overall structure. It's true that Subarus tend to run forever, with minimal complications. The 2013 Subaru Outback is exactly the same. The Outback should be within the price range of many consumers, starting at just $23,495 and with a maximum of $32,095.
While the Subaru Outback does not initially appear to be a rugged, off-road machine, the 8.7 inches of ground clearance, innovative four-wheel independent raised suspension and capable All-Wheel Drive technology allows the Outback to go practically anywhere - on the pavement or otherwise. Not only that, the standard roof rack has been designed to allow up to 100 pounds of luggage stored on top. Throw a couple kayaks, mountain bikes or anything else up on the roof rack and free up some cargo space on the inside. For added fuel efficiency and a quieter ride, the roof racks will fold flush into the ceiling, when not in use. more
2012 Subaru Forester
Available from between $20,595 and $29,895 the 2012 Subaru Forester will provide consumers will superior performance and affordability. The Forester was made to adequately handle any terrain, whether it’s on paved city streets or boulder-strewn dirt roads.
2011 Subaru Legacy
The 2011 Subaru Legacy garners mixed reviews, but it is the only vehicle in the affordable mid-sized car class that comes with AWD standard. While some reviewers are pleased with the resulting boost in performance, the AWD lowers the Legacy's fuel economy to just 19 mpg city and 27 highway.
2011 Subaru Tribeca
The 2011 Subaru Tribeca, selling in an MSRP range of $30,495 to $25,795 and returning fuel efficiency performance of 16/21, occupies a spot near the bottom of the affordable mid-sized SUV class.
2011 Subaru Impreza
Although the 2011 Subaru Impreza has standard all-wheel drive, which makes it stand out in the affordable small car class, its MSRP range of $17,495 to $20,995 is high for the genre.