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Toyota raises stake in Subaru to prepare for driving evolution

Japanese carmaker has been forging partnerships as it faces uncertain future.

Here’s the Subaru XV GT Edition, exclusively designed for Asia

This outstanding vehicle has four well-made integrated elements, which give the already sporty XV a sleeker and even sportier look.

Subaru to recall 2.2 million cars over brake light glitch

Silicone gases from cleaning products or cosmetics could coat part of the brake lights switch, interfering with the lights turning on properly and engine ignition.

Subaru to debut two new mild-hybrids in Geneva

The models will be getting electric versions of Subaru's 2.0-litre flat-four petrol Boxer engine, coined the e-Boxer.

Subaru restarts production at Japan car factory

The stoppage at the plant, one of Subaru's only two factories worldwide and accounting for roughly 60% of its global production, started from the night shift on Jan 16.

Subaru halts Japan car output on defective part, shares slide

The plant is 1 of only 2 operated by Subaru globally and manufactures the popular Impreza, Legacy and Forester models, among others.

Meet the rare and fast Subaru WRX STI S209

Powered for high-performance driving, the S209 draws inspiration and tech transfer from the formidable WRX STI Nürburgring Challenge race car.

Subaru Forester e-Boxer makes big impression in Singapore

Subaru engineers have released an all-new family hybrid vehicle with its renowned all-wheel drive technology still intact for surefooted handling.

Subaru to bring S model STI to the US for the...

This will be the first 'S' model to arrive in the US, albeit most likely in limited numbers.

Japan’s Subaru recalls more cars, slashes guidance as cheating issue widens

Shares in Subaru, already reeling from a series of recalls for issues ranging from faulty components to inspection do-overs, fell 5% to a four-year low on Monday after news of fresh recalls.

Subaru unveils updated BRZ

Subaru has unveiled a facelifted version of its BRZ rear-wheel drive sports car that also features a new suspension setup.

Foreign automakers oppose Trump’s Nafta plan as US-Mexico talks resume

Foreign brands with smaller North American manufacturing footprints and fewer US research and development staff may have difficulty meeting more stringent content requirements.

Subaru launches the fully redesigned, reimagined Forester

Launched in Taiwan, the all-new Forester brings with it improved refinement and practicality for maximum comfort and enjoyment.

Subaru joins Toyota in expecting ‘big impact’ from US auto tax

In warning about repercussions from a potential US auto import tariff, Subaru joins its largest shareholder Toyota Motor Corp.

Japan’s Subaru books worst quarterly profit in five years on sales...

Subaru has been increasing buying incentives in the United States as it tries to expand in the world's second-largest vehicle market in the face of competition with much bigger rivals.

Ford to pay US$299.1 million to settle Takata consumer lawsuit

Settlement reimburses owners or lessees of Ford vehicles for out-of-pocket expenses while waiting for their air bags to be fixed.

Subaru to replace president after faulty inspections scandal

After a string of compliance failings over the last year, Subaru Corp is overhauling its board and replacing its president.

Subaru opens investigation into mileage cheating

Japanese automaker says some inspectors told investigators that mileage data had also been altered on some models.

This is the 3-row Subaru Ascent

It’s family-sized, versatile, and capable.

Subaru recalls 400,000 cars in Japan

The recall concerns nine models, including a sports car that Subaru manufactures for Toyota, but vehicles sold overseas were not affected.

Japan Inc.’s safety failures point to deeper malaise

While safety lapses have been going on at some companies for years or even decades, the decline of the lifetime employment system has likely sapped the loyalty of workers who are more likely to raise concerns themselves.

Reports: Japan’s Subaru had uncertified staff do car inspections

A Subaru executive said some inspections at the two plants northwest of Tokyo were being performed by workers who were still being trained for the job and had not yet been certified.

Fuji Heavy recalls 935,000 Subaru cars over wiper issue

Affected models were produced from 2009 to 2013, a Fuji Heavy spokesman said.