Beyond the obvious Toyota, if any other make were to build hybrid cars, you might expect it to be Subaru. The small Japanese company's cars are revered for durability and standard all-wheel drive, and their drivers are often assumed to be on the liberal side of center. Subaru owners tend to cluster in mountainous enclaves of progressive politics, and data show their owners skew more Democratic than almost any other brand. Now, at last, Subaru's hybrid plans are coming clear. First hybrid in 2013 The company will launch its first hybrid vehicle in Japan within two years. That car will be a...
Advice: Downsizing From A Subaru Wagon, Seeking Better MPGs
We tend to get a lot of "What car should we buy?" questions at GreenCarReports, and we'll usually respond with a list of questions to narrow down the choices. Recently, though, our high-school friend Sarah Sette in Baltimore sent the following note: We are car shopping, seriously this time. The...John Voelcker