Subaru is all about delivering trustworthy everyday companions for the suburbs. They offer practical crossovers, spacious sedans, fun sports cars and AWD confidence in any weather. Their sales numbers have been on the steady rise and there is no slowing down in sight, for one thing, Americans love their Subarus and seem to be buying them in bulk. In this episode we will be exploring the entire lineup of the Japanese brand. What’s new, what’s hot and what’s not in the upcoming roster, lets cover it all!
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#1 2020 Subaru Outback
2020 Subaru Outback follows in the footsteps its closest Subaru sibling, getting a generation overhaul. Just as the Legacy sedan, the Outback now sits on the SGP architecture, gains a new engine option, and comes wearing refreshed exterior styling and packing new cabin tech.
#2 2020 Subaru WRX STI S209
If you are wondering what the most powerful Subaru sports car looks like, then the answer is the WRX STI S209. It is arriving to the US in 2020 after being the Japan-oriented model only.
#3 2020 Subaru Legacy
The 2020 model year marks the 7th generation upgrade for the Subaru Legacy, which now becomes safer and quieter, offers more passenger space, and has improved handling due to the lowered gravity center.
#4 2020 Subaru Visiv Adrenaline
If you are one of those Subaru fans who love the cars but wish they simply looked better, then check out the Viziv Adrenaline concept. It previews the evolution of the Dynamic x Solid design language of the entire brand which has existed since 2014.
#5 2020 Subaru Impreza
Three years have passed since the global debut of the fifth generation Impreza, so Subaru decided to bring to us a slightly refreshed version of the model in 2020. Both the 2020 Subaru Impreza hatchback and the sedan receive small exterior changes, but offer more standard equipment and improved multimedia system.
#6 2020 Subaru Forester
2020 Subaru Forester arrives with a few aces up its sleeve, but gets a $200 price increase. The Forester now offers Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist as standard on all models. Despite previous rumors, all Foresters get only one engine option – a well-proven 2.5L flat-4 producing 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque.
#7 2020 Subaru BRZ
With its entry-level Premium trim discontinued, Subaru BRZ arrives in 2020 in just two guises, Limited and tS, which returns to the American market after a year-long absence, but has a limited production run of 300 units.
#8 2020 Subaru Levorg
The sporty station wagon Levorg is the Japan-only model that Subaru has been selling on the islands for six years now and it is getting ready to enter its second generation. The pre-production prototype was presented at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.
#9 2020 Subaru Ascent
Introduced just two years ago, Subaru Ascent is the largest vehicle currently manufactured by the Japanese brand. In 2020, it continues to be available in 4 trims and either 7 or 8-seat cabin layouts, adding a full EyeSight package and a new rear seat reminder alert as standard.
#10 2020 Subaru Crosstrek
2020 Subaru Crosstrek continues to be based on the Impreza Hatchback and is the only vehicle in the brand’s line-up that is available with plug-in hybrid powertrain.