Used Subaru Parts
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About The SUBARU Company
Subaru is a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries, which was originally founded in 1953 from several other Japanese corporations that had previously manufactured aircrafts since 1917. The name Subaru derives from the Japanese word for “unite”. The first Subaru car, the P-1 (later called the Subaru 1500) was introduced in 1954; and in 1958 the first mass-produced Subaru, the Subaru 360, was introduced. In the years following, several other vehicles were added to the Subaru line.
Subaru of America was founded in 1967 by Malcolm Bricklin and Harvey Lamm with the import of 330 cars. Currently, there are six Subaru models with numerous configurations available to the United States market. These include the Impreza, the Impreza WRX, the Legacy, the Outback, the Forester and the Tribeca. All vehicles come standard with the symmetrical all-wheel drive which Subaru is known for.
The Subaru Impreza is available in a 4-door compact sedan or 5-door wagon body option and features a four-cylinder Subaru Boxer engine. The Impreza offers three trim levels including the 2.5 I, the 2.5i Premium and the Outback Sport.
The Subaru Impreza WRX is also available in a 4-door compact sedan or 5-door wagon body style; however, the WRX features a turbocharged 265hp or 305hp Subaru boxer engine, a wider body design and sport-tuned suspension. The WRX is available in nine trim levels including variations the four-door and five-door configurations of the WRX base model, Premium, Limited, STI and STI Limited trim levels.
The Subaru Legacy is a four-door sedan, offering either a four-cylinder, four-cylinder turbocharged or six-cylinder Subaru Boxer engine. It is available in seven trim levels including 2.5i, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, 2.5GT Limited, 3.6R, 3.6R Premium and 3.6R Limited.
The Subaru Outback is a four-door wagon, on a raised platform base. It features either a four-cylinder or six-cylinder Subaru Boxer engine. It is offered in six trim levels including, 2.5i, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, 3.6R, 3.6R Premium and 3.6R Limited.
The Subaru Forester is a four-door sports utility vehicle, with the option of a 4-cylinder or turbocharged 4-cylinder Subaru Boxer engine. It is offered in six trim levels including 2.5X, 2.5X Premium, 2.5X Limited, 2.5X Touring, 2.5XT Premium and 2.5XT Touring.
The Subaru Tribeca offers a luxury four-door sport utility vehicle option, seating seven passengers, with standard six-cylinder Subaru boxer engine. The Tribeca is available in three trim levels including the 3.6R Premium, 3.6R Limited and 3.6R Touring.
Subaru has built a reputation based on its versatility, dependability and safety with a sense of adventure. It has seen many additions to its line and has discontinued less successful models with ease and still remains a leading manufacturer in the automotive industry.