Subaru Cars and Reviews
With fewer than 10 models, Subaru isn't one of the heavyweights in the U.S. automotive market, but its go-anywhere reputation and cult following make it a company that's sure to enjoy continued success for decades to come. Supporting that claim are changes made for the 2015 model year, including significant revisions and full-scale redesigns for nameplates including the WRX, WRX STI, Legacy, and Outback. In fact, no 2015 Subaru model was spared the red pen, as the BRZ had its chassis retuned, the Forester was upgraded with added content, the Impreza's styling was tweaked, and the XV Crosstrek grew to include a new base trim level. Subaru aficionados may sense that something's missing, and they'd be correct; the slow-selling Tribeca crossover has been discontinued.