The Japanese are great at a lot of things – architecture, sushi, clothing design. But what might not have registered with you is Japanese car making ability. Japanese cars are well-made, inexpensive and energy efficient. For example, if you checked out subaru dealers locally you’d find fun design, gas efficiency and power behind the wheel.
Subaru is what the Japanese call the Pleiades star cluster. You can see this cluster in the Subaru logo. Subaru inventory, from the Impreza (a small, budget vehicle) to the Forester (a light crossover), delivers a fine quality product at a reasonable price. Even those looking for powerful cars need look no further. Many subaru dealers locally even carry turbocharged versions of each car.
Aside from being fun and funky, Subaru is also known for its mechanics. All Subaru’s have a proprietary boxer engine. Subaru car dealers tout that this horizontal engine layout allows for better balance and, in turn, better control. At the very least, it’s worth mentioning that Subaru sees the important of questioning even the most fundamental designs for car structure.
The last, and perhaps best, reason to consider Subaru is that although Subaru is a Japanese company, local subaru dealers are selling a product that was made in America! That’s right, Subaru of America began in the 1960s and there are several manufacturing plants in the United States that employ Americans.
On your next car purchasing venture, consider opening your mind to all that Subaru has to offer.