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You've worked hard, and saved all your pennies so now you can retire. But what's a good car for transporting you around during your golden years? These ten would fit the bill rather well.
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We often joke around the office that Audi is like a European version of Subaru they're both obsessed with all wheel drive, both sometimes make awkward looking designs and both are concerned with passenger safety.
14 hrs ago | Car and Driver
Sure, we have the brawny Ford Focus ST . We have its little brother, the Fiesta ST , a 10Best-winning machine so nimble that it makes Ben Vereen look like Lurch.
18 hrs ago | INAUTONEWS
Subaru Australia is expanding the XV lineup by adding the Black Edition to the SUVs range where the model in question has been priced from 29,740 AUD.
July 21, 2014: Subaru XV takes on 21,700-mile there-and-back-again journey from London to Ulaanbaatar On- and off-road adventure undertaken by all-female Canadian team, Offtrax All-Wheel Drive XV features only minor modifications for off-road use Journey to be carried out for Mongolia Charity Rally, raising funds for emergency vehicles and school ... (more)
I can't stand those commercials that have some lame-ass economy car drifting in a parking lot or something .
A proposed class-action lawsuit contends Subaru of America failed to tell consumers about an oil-consumption problem in its most popular models.
A class action suit filed in Camden, N.J., federal court says Subaru cars have an engine defect that causes them to burn excessive amounts of oil.
You're restless, tossing and turning in bed, dreaming about that perfect drift. Turning the wheel to full opposite lock, you wake up, heart pounding, cautious not to wake your partner.
Now I know why Subaru did not give me a World Rally Blue WRX a few weeks ago when I test drove the new 2015 WRX , they were saving it for the WRX STI that I picked up this week! Missing are the signature gold-coloured wheels but I'm okay with that because in my opinion that fad is over; I love the graphite-black wheels on my tester instead.
Episode #389 of the Autoblog podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Chris Paukert, and Mark Pereira from Autoblog Canada talk about Johan deNysschen's move to Cadillac, rumors of more BMW nomenclature changes, a second generation for the Subaru BRZ, and cars from 2004 that we miss.
Rear-wheel-drive Scions, stick-shift BMWs and sporty station wagons are the stuff enthusiast dreams are made of, automobilemag.com columnist Marc Noordeloos wrote last month .
When people look back at today's automotive industry, what do you think they'll remember us for? The emergence of hybrids? Ever more expensive and exotic supercars? The dawn of the self-driving car? All likely scenarios, but so is the blurring of lines between one bodystyle and another, giving rise to hardtop convertible coupes and crossovers of ... (more)
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