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Subaru enters Baja 500 with Fury Road Crosstrek

Whatever Subaru just entered into the Baja 500 does not look like a Subaru Crosstrek in the slightest. Thanks to some pretty extensive weight reduction and traction improving efforts, this compact crossover looks more like the dirt-kicking creatures it went up against last month at this famous off-road race. But trust us -- there are Crosstrek underpinnings under there, including a SUBARU BOXER® engine.

 

This crazy Crosstrek embarked on the 515-mile race on June 3rd, thanks to a partnership with Grabowski Brothers Racing and Crawford Performance. While the Crosstrek didn't win, it

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Subaru WRX and BRZ receive limited editions for 2018

There's a lot to love about Subaru's sports car siblings, the Subaru WRX and BRZ. And there will be even more to love come 2018 thanks to the addition of two special models.

 

Both limited editions flaunt their own unique badging and styling, as well as a Brembo® brake system. The premier 2018 Subaru WRX STI Type RA gets its moves from a retuned ECU, stronger pistons, revised third gera ratio, carbon fiber roof panel and pedestal wing, 2.5-liter turbo BOXER® engine, and more. The 2018 Subaru BRZ tS, on the other hand, boasts a rear carbon…

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Subaru to add premier eight-seater SUV, the 2018 Ascent

What has three rows, seating for eight, and a 17-inch profile? It's not a math problem or a riddle. It's the formula for the upcoming 2018 Subaru Ascent, the largest in the brand's lineup. It's slated to join the North American market by 2018, and we couldn't be more excited to add it to our inventory of family crossover SUVs in Madison.

 

Subaru knows a thing or two about family-friendly capability (i.e. Forester, Outback, and Crosstrek), so we're eager to see what the Ascent can do. It's build on the new Subaru…

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How Subaru improves upon a best-selling thing with the 2018 Crosstrek

You've been looking for a good reason to invest in the latest Subaru Crosstrek in Madison, and the brand just came up with a big one -- the thoroughly redesigned 2018 Subaru Crosstrek, slated to hit dealerships like Don Miller Subaru West this summer.

 

The upcoming 2018 Crosstrek is built on the new Subaru Global Platform, which debuted in the top-selling 2017 Impreza. This architecture serves to make the Crosstrek more rigid, athletic, and stable. It improve crash energy absorption by 40 percent over the outgoing model. Active Torque Vectoring improves steering while its center of gravity

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Where to find the upcoming 2018 Subaru Outback in Madison

Why wait to shop for the Subaru Outback in Madison when there's a fully stocked showroom of 2017 models at Don Miller Subaru West. They're all paired with competitive prices -- and some with lease and auto loan specials. In fact, there's never been a better time to buy the latest Outback, as the 2018 model year is on the horizon. This means you'll be seeing less 2017 models and more 2018 refreshes and redesigns as the summer approaches. In fact, you can expect to see the upcoming 2018 Outback in our inventory within the next few…

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How Subaru improves the flawless Crosstrek for 2018

Looking for a good reason to invest in a new Subaru Crosstrek in Madison? Subaru comes up with a lengthy list of new excused for the 2018 model year, and they recently revealed them at the 2017 New York International Auto Show.

 

These selling points come in the form of the many improvements and additions to the upcoming 2018 Crosstrek. This compact crossover SUV is already a homerun for the brand, but Subaru isn't one to rest on its laurels. The 2018 Crosstrek adopts the Subaru Global Platform of the 2017 Impreza that it's based on, which makes…

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How Subaru enhances style, substance of 2018 WRX and WRX STI

The Subaru WRX is one seriously unique sports car. Four doors, four cylinders, all-wheel drive -- its rare blend of practicality and performance all adds up to the WRX standing out from the sports-sedan crowd. Factor in its affordable price, and the WRX simply won't be ignored.

 

And the WRX grabbed the attention it deserved at the recent 2017 North American International Auto Show. Subaru debuted the upcoming model with plentiful cosmetic upgrades, some performance re-tuning, and newly available safety features. The upcoming 2018 Subaru WRX and WRX STI is sure to be high on your car

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What's new for the upcoming 2018 Subaru Crosstrek?

The Subaru Crosstrek isn't one for subtly, and it recent debut at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show reiterated that fact.

 

The upcoming 2018 Crosstrek debuted to great fanfare at last week's show. It sports the all-new Subaru Global Platform architecture, which it currently only shares with the Impreza, the compact car on which the Crosstrek is based. This new framework enhances the rigidity and strength of both the body and chassis, while handling responsiveness and ride comfort are also improved. It also integrates additional innovative safety and collision avoidance features

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Subaru highlights unforgettable driving moments with 2017 Impreza

Memorable moments with your car change the way you feel about driving -- especially when your car is the hero in those moments. Subaru recently launches a new campaign to celebrate the superior safety and reliability of the 2017 Subaru Impreza, as well as its fully redesign for the 2017 model year.

 

The Impreza, as you may have heard, is built on the brand's all-new Subaru Global Platform, which improves rigidity, safety, sportiness, and more. The campaign focuses on the important moments we all have with our cars. The clip below focuses on a car accident between a truck and…

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driving-cars Subaru approved to test self-driving cars

This future of autonomous driving is here -- and by here we mean in California.

 

Subaru recently received a permit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles to test self-driving cars in the state. As for what that driverless technology entails, we're not exactly sure, but we're guessing we'll find out soon. Subaru aims to offer a vehicle with fully autonomous driving capability by as soon as 2020. That including changing lanes and steering without any assistance from the driver.

 

Subaru already offers some semi-autonomous features in its current lineup, including driver

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