A Japanese automobile manufacturer began production of automobiles sixty-nine years ago with just twenty cars. Today this brand is manufacturing more than a million vehicles every year globally. At that time it was only Subaru 1500 in those twenty, but currently—it has eight names in thirty-nine variants to offer. And since the beginning, it has created more than thirty-seven types of cars in total. Let’s have a look at…
Subaru’s present models:
Reverse Automatic Braking: Can pull brakes if it notices any object that can harm or be harmed while the car is active in reverse gear.
Eyesight Driver Assist Technology: Smart driver assistance on the go. It provides alert asking to be lane-centered when the vehicle is driven apart. Also, its Pre-Collision Braking System can control the car speed in an emergency.
Blind-Spot Detection: Sends a warning if spots any car in the blind spot.
Although Subaru has known for many things, one thing which has now become its trademark is the engine.
An engine with pistons placed horizontally opposite to each other is a Boxer Engine. Their movements resemble the pattern of a boxer’s in-out punching pattern, hence the name.
Subaru has begun using these engines in 1966, and since then until today it continues to use the same. However, it kept evolving and made the engine better throughout. In fact, Subaru is the only automaker in the world that uses Boxer engines in each of its automobiles.
This renowned brand has rated no. 1 in terms of owner satisfaction by ACSI (American Consumer Satisfaction Index). Also, it has many such feathers in its cap:
Subaru has succeeded in bringing its name in the list of top automobile manufacturers. Obvious it has its dealers everywhere across the world. Some of its most famous dealers are Chilson Subaru in Eau Claire and Grand Subaru in Bensenville, among many others.
P.S. Subaru is a big brand, it has its dealerships everywhere, and no one can say that I don’t have any Subaru dealers near me, ’cause if someone does—it’d be wrong.