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U.S. New Vehicle Sales Tick Upward in May

U.S. New Vehicle Sales Tick Upward in May

With Fiat Chrysler and Toyota leading the way, automakers surprised on the upside in May, posting modest sales increases for the month. FCA, where overall sales increased 2%, reported setting three records in May, led by the Ram brand which notched its 12th...
Subaru Reports FY2019 Loss as Sales Fall, Incentives Rise

Subaru Reports FY2019 Loss as Sales Fall, Incentives Rise

Subaru Corp. saw its operating profit fall 48.5% to 195.5 billion yen, or $1.76 billion in 2019. The drop came as a result of falling sales in its home market, higher incentives to move its vehicles and a jump in warranty costs. The Japanese automaker’s net income...
Subaru NYIAS Display Shows Commitment to National Parks

Subaru NYIAS Display Shows Commitment to National Parks

Subaru of America Inc. has become the National Park Foundation’s single largest corporate partner. “Through our partnership with the National Park Foundation, we have provided nearly $20 million in support since 2013, funding programs and projects in more than 100...
Subaru Launches Best-Ever Outback SUV

Subaru Launches Best-Ever Outback SUV

Subaru of America is known for its rugged, safe and practical vehicles, and the all-new 2020 Outback did nothing but burnish that reputation during its introduction at the New York International Auto Show today. The sixth-generation Outback offers the most advanced...
Subaru Teases 2020 Outback Ahead of NYIAS Debut

Subaru Teases 2020 Outback Ahead of NYIAS Debut

Few products are more closely associated with a brand than the Subaru Outback. It arguably could be claimed that original model, launched in 1994, helped save what was then a deeply troubled brand. So, there’s good reason to pay attention whenever a new or...
Green Car Finalists Revealed

Green Car Finalists Revealed

With automakers facing increasingly stringent mileage and emissions standards, automakers are rapidly ramping up production of more and more environmentally friendly products, from breakthrough gas engines like Mazda’s new SkyActiv-X to all-electric offerings such as...
Subaru Readying to Recall 2.3 Million Vehicles

Subaru Readying to Recall 2.3 Million Vehicles

Just a little more than a month after Subaru Corp. shut down its plants in Japan due to quality issues, the automaker is expected to recall about 2.3 million vehicles globally due to a brake light problem. Excluding the Takata recall, it would mark the maker’s largest...
Subaru Storms Chicago with All-New Legacy Line

Subaru Storms Chicago with All-New Legacy Line

These days, SUVs and CUVs are all the rage, and Japanese automaker Subaru gets a large share of the credit for shifting public interest dating back to the introduction of its original Outback model. But Subie isn’t through with passenger cars. Quite the contrary....
Subaru Resumes Auto Production After Part Problem

Subaru Resumes Auto Production After Part Problem

Subaru resumed production at two plants in Japan after they were shut down for nearly two weeks due to a defect on a power-steering component. The problem began in late December, according to the company, and involved the Forester, Impreza and Crosstrek models, but...
Subaru Slams on the Brakes at Japanese Plant

Subaru Slams on the Brakes at Japanese Plant

Subaru slammed on the brakes on production at its plant in Japan, which accounts for 60% of its global production, due to a potential defect in a power-steering component. The Japanese automaker hopes to restart production by Jan. 28, after it determines the cause of...