Nealy seven years after leaving Indonesia, Subaru is set to return to the country under the distributorship
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What are the biggest factors that are holding you back from purchasing that dream Subaru BRZ or the Subaru
Best known for their Imprezas grabbing big air in rally stages, do you know Subaru still makes vehicles
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Following the sneak peek last month, Subaru has just released a teaser video of the all-new 2022 Subaru
This is the second-generation Subaru XV, launched in Malaysia back in 2017.
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A very interesting photo depicting all of Subaru’s product plan all the way through to 2024 has
partnership between Subaru and Toyota.
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The all-new fifth-generation 2019 Subaru Forester was launched to the Malaysian market in August 2019
The Subaru Forester is not the most popular choice for a family SUV in Malaysia.
Apart from being known for incorporating a boxer engine into their models, Subaru is also well known
Remember the Subaru Viziv Concept?
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With Subarus well-known rally heritage, expectations are always high for Subaru cars.
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For those that are looking to buy yourself a brand-new Subaru XV or Subaru Forester, you may do so now
The all-new, second-generation Subaru Levorg has been caught undisguised in Japan, possibly hinting at
The collaboration between Subaru and Toyota is not new, beginning with the Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ development
TC Subaru Sdn Bhd, the official distributor of Subaru vehicles in Malaysia has just launched the 2021
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The Subaru Viziv Adrenaline was first previewed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, showing off a new design
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For me, dream car is something hard to obtain (thats why it ends only being a dream). So, the aswer is a Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5 Evo II, BMW 850i, Toyota Sprinter Trueno Black Limited, Subaru Imprezza 22B and Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR (can’t just pick one). In my country they are almost impossible to obtain due to 1973–1999 import car ban (all cars sold here must be manufactured locally) and used goods import ban (until now). Additionally, you must pay 300% import tax and some additional taxes for car types and specification like sedan cost more than a van and hybrid cost more because government thinks it has 2 engine and counted as 2 car in 1 chassis. It makes basic econobox in US or Japan cost like a luxury car here.
Marketing, price, and availability. Subaru leaned heavily on the WRX’s rally heritage and was in a better position to market the WRX overall. There’s two Subaru dealerships for every one Mitsubishi dealer. The WRX was priced around $24,000 whereas the Lancer Evolution VIII started around $28,000 for the RS and $30,000 for the GSR.
You know any Subaru engine won’t fit in a vechile that transverse engine as it has a north south engine not east west. Japanese, French, Ex GM German Cars like Opel And British Vaxhaull are different. Toyota JZ series of motors are north south not east west, Peugeot and Citroen,Mitsubishi Shared bodies of vechile with PSA so they woukd the best to put engines in there vechile so possibly the 4G63 turbo from a EVolution or 4G93 from lancer GSR
The short answer is the car becomes an extension of you. To a driving enthusiast, nothing beats a perfectly timed shift and powering through a turn. You feel like you have more control of the car and shifting makes you feel more involved in the driving of the car. Many answers have mentioned the pains of driving a manual transmission in their commute. Let me share a little story. A few years back I had a 1995 Civic SI with a B16 engine and a GSR transmission. Quick, close ratios better suited to racing than to everyday drives. My commute was 50 miles one way, two thirds of which was highway. That last third of the drive was a twisting, two lane road. It had elevation changes, and great mid speed turns. I looked forward to that part of the drive everyday as my way of blowing off steam after work, or getting ramped up for the day. There wasn't a lot of traffic on that road when I had to travel it, so I could open it up. Summer tires and the power in that light car made for some great fun. I've since sold that car, and moved on to a Subaru WRX wagon. Everybody who gets in it is suprised to see it is a manual, and even more suprised when the turbo spools and we take off. I still enjoy spirited drives, but now I drive a Chevrolet 2500 diesel with an auto for my commute. It is great to just hop in, drop it in drive and take off, but if I really want to have fun, I grab the keys to the Subaru.
Well, Impreza and Forester are two distinct models, while WRX was initially a trim level and has officially become a separate model as of 2015. STi is solely a trim level. Forester is a crossover, which began as a wagon. 4 doors, hatchback. Straightforward. Impreza is a compact. Offered in sedan, 5 door wagon/hatchback and coupe variations over the years, though currently only the sedan and 5 door hatch are offered. Beginning in the 90s, Subaru decided to get heavily into motorsports. Enter the WRX trim level. Short for World Rally eXperimental, this was the performance package. Different motor, a bunch of go fast upgrades, cosmetic changes, etc. This was the model and trim level they used as the base for the WRC team. If you wanted to LARP as Colin McRae, this was the model you bought. Starting inthe 2015 model year, WRX was spun off as it's own distinct model, in sedan only, with different bodywork and powertrain in addition to the performance upgrades. STi (now STI) stands for Subaru Tecnica International. They're the works performance division of Subaru, much like TRD for Toyota or Nismo for Nissan. They partnered with ProDrive in building cars for competition in WRC. STI also became the highest performance trim level available for the Impreza, Legacy, and Forester, though initially it was only available as a JDM option, followed by limited availability in selected export markets. STI also offers performance parts for different Subaru models as aftermarket upgrades. The Impreza WRX STi (now WRX STI) was and remains the first and only STI model offered in North America, though grey market versions have been imported. This means that someone talking about an STI, in the North American context, means the WRX STI or Impreza WRX STi, where someone in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, etc, could also be discussing a Legacy STi or Forester STi. If someone is discussing the aftermarket upgrades, they'll typically refer to STI parts rather than simply referring to STI alone. As to why it seems like a word salad when enthusiasts are discussing the cars, that is a result of the naming conventions used by Subaru and others regarding their WRC cars and street derivatives. Rather than coming up with a shorter designation, they simply keep tacking on extra bits to the name, though they have made efforts to change that with the spin off of WRX as a distinct model. The special editions are where most Japanese manufacturers go nuts with the word salad naming. Like Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 6 RS/GSR Tommi Mäkinen Edition, Subaru Impreza WRX STi tS Type RA, Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nur, and so on. They really like making the names of their special editions a real mouthful. Hope this helps clear things up. Cheers
Oddly enough, I'm in the position of owning 4 Honda's at the moment, only one of which wasn't my choice. We'll go by the order I bought them in. 1993 Honda Civic Del Sol Si Please ignore the gaudy massive rims it came with, I traded them as soon as I could. Handled much better on 185's than the 235's the PO had on it. The S2000 may be a better car overall, but the Sol retains some practicality due to the Targa Top. You get 10 cu. ft of trunk storage on top of what you can fit behind the seats. It's my first car, my baby, and even though I wrecked it 8 years ago I still have it for the day I can afford to restore it. Restoration will include a GSR or VTEC swap, haven't decided which. 2015 Honda Fit EX. This is the one that was not for me. It's a great little car, and the CVT gets incredible gas mileage. It's reasonably fun to drive, cheap to maintain, and has very few flaws. But my fiancee didn't want the 6 speed version. So this will be her car at some point. Thanks to vehicle 4, I barely touch this one anymore. Here's the speedster of my stable. 1998 Honda VTR1000 Superhawk. 90 degree 1 liter V-twin. This is a monster of a bike. It's fast, it's fun, and it gets slightly better fuel efficiency than a CBR600 for slightly lower track times and a better torque curve. Harley guys look at it funny because it rumbles in time with their bikes. 103 whp on a 430 pound bike gives me ample capability to get myself into or out of trouble, depending on how I use it. Some days it is a struggle to use it safely, but that's part of the appeal. And last up we have my latest purchase. Picked this 2005 Honda Element EX 5 speed AWD just last week. It isn't pretty, it isn't fast, it isn't cool. What it is is 10 lbs of utility in a 5 lbs sack. It has one of the best sound systems Honda ever went with, storage options for days, a removable rear moonroof, and a rubbized floor. Honda engineers went wild doing everything they could to keep the center of gravity low, so you ended up with the handling characteristics of a Subaru Legacy in what looks like the love child of a Mini Cooper and a Hummer. Now, if I won the lottery I would be tempted to trade the Del Sol for an S2000 or NSX, can't say of I'd give in though. Definitely be an upgrade in many ways, but I like the Sol a lot. And I like my joke about how I'm a soul-less ginger, so I went and bought one. I doubt I'd ditch the Superhawk, but would definitely add a Grom for simple popping around town and having a bike I could thrash a bit more safely. Fit I could care less about, but the Element…. Honestly, if I had to choose one Honda and trade the rest in for different makes, I'd have a hard time deciding between trading the Element for a Toyota pickup or the Sol for an MR2.