Who Owns Subaru?
Subaru is owned by Toyota, with several other major Japanese shareholders having large stakes in the company.
Where is Subaru From?
Subaru was founded in Tokyo, Japan. Its headquarters is still based in the Japanese capital.
What Does STI Stand For in Subaru?
The Subaru STI was a popular model when it was developed in 1994, but many were left confused by what ""STI"" meant. STI stands for ""Subaru Tecnica International"", an arm of the company which specialises in motorsport vehicles.
Where Are Subaru Cars Made?
The majority of Subaru's factories are based in Japan. The company has a few factories in the US, too.
How Much Does a Subaru Car Cost?
Subaru cars vary by price depending on the model, with the popular Subaru Impreza retailing at £25,140.
What are the most popular used Subaru cars?
Subaru Impreza - The Subaru Impreza is a mid-size hatchback with a twist: permanent all-wheel drive. The Subaru Impreza might be a good option if you want something of an unusual used hatchback which also has all-wheel drive for extra grip. You could find a used Subaru Impreza starting at £16,900 from one of our network of trusted UK second hand car dealerships.
Subaru Legacy – A used Subaru Legacy is great car if you’re looking for something with plenty of room and grip without going for a SUV – it’s perfect for country living. The Subaru Legacy can reach a maximum speed of between 126-143mph. You could find a used Subaru Legacy of the most recent version sold here starting at around £9,750.
Subaru Forester - The Subaru Forester is a hard-working compact SUV crossover. Now in its fifth generation, it’s a car which is perfectly suited to rural life, with all-wheel drive, plenty of space and good build quality. The Subaru Forester’s 2.0 litre, four-cylinder engine can reach a maximum speed of 119mph. You could find a used Subaru Forester starting at £28,790.