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Subaru, founded in 1953, is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. All Subaru cars have a standard AWD drivetrain.

Subaru introduced their first car in the early 1950’s called the Subaru 1500. The first 4WD wagon was introduced in 1975 and established Subaru as the leading manufacturer in the 4WD market. The Legacy was first introduced in 1989, the Impreza introduced in 1993 and the Outback in 1995. The Forester was introduced in 1998 and the WRX in 2001. These five models are the most popular and most consistently produced.

Currently, Subaru offers nine separate vehicle lines. The compact Impreza is available in four models, a sedan and five-door hatchback also available in sport models. The Legacy, a mid size sedan, is highly reliable. Ninety-six percent of Subaru Legacy’s sold in the last five years are still on the road.

The Outback, arguably the most popular Subaru line, is currently offered in two models. They are also built to last with 98% of Outback’s sold in the last ten years are still on the road.

In the 2019 model year, Subaru introduced the Ascent, a three row seven or eight seat vehicle that also has an option for second row captain’s chairs.

Subaru is Kelley Blue Book’s Most Trusted Brand, awarded five years in a row. And the 2019 lowest 5-year Cost to Own of all 2019. It is also the 2019 Top Brand for Residual Value. Newsweek named Subaru one of the Most Desired Automotive Brands.

Subaru is very active in motorsports, primarily in the rally car racing circuits with a high-performance WRX STI Rally Car.

ShipCar24 offers both open and enclosed transport options for shipping your Subaru across the country. Pricing can vary depending on the size of the vehicle as well as shipping destination. Smaller cars are much easier to load onto a trailer. Since Subaru, offers small to mid-size vehicles, shipping costs should be very reasonable. For more information, contact ShipCar24 for any questions and to request a free quote.

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