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Subaru seeks to electrify at the Los Angeles Auto Show with the brand's first plug-in hybrid, a gasoline-electric version of the Crosstrek that arrives in U.S. dealerships by year end.
Onboard cameras are beginning to watch drivers to make sure they have their eyes on the road. Is this a Pandora's box of privacy issues?
Subaru has been dogged by rising quality problems in Japan. The lapses are now bleeding into the all-important U.S., and global President Tomomi Nakamura isn't happy.
Tom Easterday, Subaru of Indiana Automotive's executive vice president, has worked at Subaru Corp.'s lone manufacturing plant outside of Japan from its beginning, but after a nearly 30-year career, he'll retire on Dec. 31.
Subaru is recalling close to 229,000 vehicles for an inaccurate fuel display, the second recall the automaker has made this month.
Subaru warns '18 Outback, Legacy may run out of gas unexpectedly; Hyundai's Explorer fighter: Palisade; Daimler, Bosch plan AV tests in San Jose, Calif.; Most endangered Toyotas?
BMW mulls sharing showrooms with Mini; Subaru posts losses amid recall crisis; GM: Name our ebikes; Musk takes a shot at Ford; Chinese retailers, investors set sights on U.S.
Subaru tumbled into the red in the latest quarter amid spiraling costs for a series of recalls in Japan and other quality issues stemming from faulty vehicle inspections.
Subaru and Toyota are recalling 411,000 vehicles across the globe for a problem with the valve spring that could cause the engine to stall.
Subaru of America's venerable Outback crossover wagon had its weakest month of the year but the automaker was still able to eke out a sales gain in October.
The inspections violated transport ministry norms and eventually led to the recall of 395,000 vehicles.
Subaru of America is recalling certain 2010-14 Legacy and Outback models equipped only with a manual transmission for a potentially faulty electronic parking brake.
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