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The 2020 Subaru Outback


 

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2020 Subaru Outback  

The 2020 Subaru Outback is rises above its previous models, but keeps the same qualities customers know and love. Still keeping its Symmetrical All-wheel drive (standard in all Subaru models), the 2020 Outback also has Active Torque Vectoring included in its all-wheel drive technology, making each trip safer for its driver. Equipped with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder direct-injection Subaru Boxer engine, the 2020 Outback is faster than its previous models. Lineartronic CVT 8-speed manual mode with paddle shifters is also included in the vehicle...

 

 

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3 Millionth Subaru at SIA




(Photo: Emma Ea Ambrose)


The 3 millionth vehicle, a 2017 Subaru Outback in Lapis Blue Pearl, rolled off the Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. (SIA) production line last Thursday. The blue Outback represents nearly 27 years of Subaru's auto manufacturing in America since the facility’s start of production in September 1989 with the Legacy sedan.

"This is an exciting time for SIA," Tom Easterday, SIA executive vice president said. "With our rate of…
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50th Anniversary of Subaru “Boxer” Engine



50th Anniversary of Subaru “Boxer” Engine

Tokyo, May 10, 2016 – Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., the manufacturer of Subaru automobiles, celebrates the 50th anniversary of its horizontally-opposed “Boxer” engine this year. *1

Subaru’s signature Boxer engine was introduced on the Subaru 1000 compact passenger car on May 14, 1966.
Since then, Subaru has pursued to maximize the advantages of its Boxer engines and continuously enhanced them to power its vehicles. Today, every vehicle sold by…

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Ask Dave: "Why are repairs more expensive at a Dealership?"

A common question that comes up is, 

That is a common question, but not always true. We shop local repair shops so we can be competitive for things like: oil and filter changes, alignments, tire rotations, tune ups, etc.

Sometimes, people compare prices, but they are not comparing apples to apples, for example, a local shop might advertise brakes installed for one price, say, $99.00 - but…


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SUBARU MAINTENANCE - WINDSHIELD WIPER CARE






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WINDSHIELD WIPER CARE


You might take them for granted -- until it rains, snows or sleets and suddenly your safety depends on them. Windshield wipers always need to stay in top condition because you never know when you'll need them to help you see the road.

Wipers take a beating from extreme temperatures, acid rain, road salt, sand, and ice scraper abuse. The rubber can crack, split, tear, become contaminated with road film…
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Sunday Driving: Winter Weather Driving Tips


 

"The thought of a breakdown, an engine not starting or otherwise being stranded is scary as it is, but those things happening in freezing winter weather adds another level of fear," said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. "An investment of an hour or so to have your vehicle checked will pay off and help make sure your winter driving is less frightful and more delightful."

The Car Care Council recommends the following steps...
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