Every panel has been massaged.
EyeSight is now standard on all Legacy and Outback models.
Both models are right in the mix with the competition.
Subaru promises a better ride and a quieter interior.
Look for the car at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
The Subaru Legacy, Outback, Impreza, and Forester are all affected.
Subaru and NHTSA report the issue with the steering column that could cause the wheel to turn freely with no impact on the actual direction of travel.
Subaru is recalling 2016 Outback and Legacy models because the driveshaft can potentially detach from the rear differential.
With a month to spare, Subaru has already bested its annual sales record of 513,693 vehicles, marking its seventh record-breaking year in a row.
Subaru is recalling 2015-2016 Legacy and Outback models because of a transmission fluid leak from a portion of the propeller shaft, forcing the entire part's replacement.
Subaru is recalling 72,000 of its EyeSight-equipped crossovers and sedans over fears that the automatic braking system may not work properly.
Security camera footage surfaces more than a month after the incident, showing thieves driving into the lobby of Red Bull Racing headquarters in the UK and making off with the team's hard-earned trophies.
Subaru showcases a range of upgrades in the forms of the XV Sport, Legacy B4 Blitzen, Levorg S and WRX S4 Prova concepts at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon.
Having sold 336,441 cars in the US in 2012, Subaru said in early 2013 that it wanted to hit 500,000 annual sales here by 2015. After boosting sales to 424,683 in 2013, it's hit its half-mil target a year early: on December 29, 2014 Subaru sold its 500,000th car.
Subaru is going absolutely gangbusters so far in 2014, with growing year-over-year sales every month this year adding to the streak of 33 consecutive months. The prognosis is so positive that the Japanese brand is revising its 2014 forecast to 500,000 vehicles or more, from a previous estimated 460,000. If it reaches the goal, it would be the first time that the automaker hit the half-million mark here.
There's an evergreen debate among auto enthusiasts about whether they would prefer to have the latest and greatest car of today or a certified classic from yesteryear. What if you had to further define that, though, and the choice was between a brand new 2015 Subaru Legacy or a turbocharged Datsun 240Z with a hatch that wouldn't close?