Demand for 1.3L and 1.5L cars is on the rise in Japan, so Subaru is taking the initiative to get a piece of the action by turning to Toyota to help build the subcompact Ractis; five-door, five-seater, offered with both displacements and also comes has two and all-wheel drive variants.… Read More
Based in Japan, Subaru is the automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) founded in 1955. It is a comprehensive, multifaceted transport equipment manufacturer that develops a wide range of innovative products such as automobiles, aerospace, bus-manufacturing, house-prefabricating, industrial products and ecology systems. In 1972, Subaru became the first in the world to market an All-Wheel Drive (AWD) passenger car and pioneered the market in Japan for high-performance station wagons by combining a turbo- charged engine with an AWD system. Subaru has improved and refined its AWD system, to create a symmetrical AWD system that enables optimal driving pleasure and safety. Subaru is well-known by motoring organizations worldwide for its engineering, design, functionality, safety and reliability. The Subaru range of vehicles includes the BRZ, Exiga, Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Outback, Tribeca and XV. Collectively, they have been known to be “driver’s cars” offering superb handling because of the core technologies, such as the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Subaru Boxer, built into every model.