Subaru Brz Limited Coupe 2-door on 2040-cars
Schenectady, New York, United States
You are looking at a 2013 Limited model with the addition of Forced Induction, or in my opinion, "how it should have come from the factory". The Subaru BRZ /Scion FRS Platform is one of the most capable sports car collaborations Japan has ever produced. With a near 50/50 weight distribution, a center of gravity right around 18 inches, and a curb weight of only 2800 lbs... the BRZ is right up there Porsche's coveted Cayman in terms of handling. The BRZ came powered by a 2.0 Liter FA flat-four which produced 200hp and 151 lbs/ft of torque in stock form. Car and Driver's initial review of the BRZ stated, "Although the BRZ doesn’t need more power, it certainly could handle more" and that's where the fun really begins. a BRZ with this kit is advertised by P&L to produce just over 400whp on e85 flex fuel. (The car also supports standard 93 octane, which is what is normally ran in this car's tank) I should mention this car is 100% stock aside from the P&L Turbo kit and supporting mods. P&L Motorsports is known world wide for their high quality after market forced induction kits. If you aren't familar, read about the company here: https://pandlmotorsports(dot)com/why-p-and-l/ No expense was spared, nor were any corners cut in regards to the modifications done. The car also comes with every single last stock part and could be returned to 100% stock fashion if you ever chose to do so in the future. The car looks, feels and drives like new... as it should for having only 9,000 original miles, it's just faster. Aside from a 2 minute drive to take the photos for this ad, the car has never seen winter. It has never been smoked in. The car has never been raced or tracked in any sense of the word.
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Subaru celebrates 4-millionth vehicle built in IndianaMon, 02 Sep 2013
Subaru has produced its four-millionth vehicle at its Lafayette, Indiana factory. The Deep Indigo Blue 2014 Outback is pictured above, alongside the very first Subaru to leave the Lafayette facility, a first-generation Legacy. Formally known as Subaru of Indiana Automotive, SIA opened its doors in 1989 and currently produces the Outback, Forester and Tribeca for Subaru, in addition to the Toyota Camry.
The plant, which was originally a joint venture between Subaru and Isuzu, has produced nine different models for four different manufacturers over the years, and is getting ready to add a tenth as Impreza production will be coming to SIA. Subaru announced plans to move Impreza production to Indiana when it made a $400-million investment in the facility earlier this year. As production continues, the Lafayette Journal-Courier reports that SIA will produce another million units by the end of 2017.
Subaru WRX STI vs. Audi S3 in compact AWD dustupWed, 23 Jul 2014
It's not every day that a Subaru and an Audi can be reasonably compared head-to-head; the two brands tend not to compete directly in their respective segments. However, the latest WRX STI and the S3 Sedan offer the perfect chance to find out if the working-class Scooby can beat its upper-crust competitor.
The UK's Auto Express gets behind the wheel of these two all-wheel drive performance sedans, or saloons as the Brits call them. Across the pond, both of them are rated at an identical 296 horsepower, but the Subaru edges out the Four Rings on torque. Like in the US, British buyers have to pay a little more to get the Audi, but it comes with a nicer interior and more brand cachet, if that means anything to you.
The video starts out with a fairly standard road test comparing the two of them back-to-back - all fairly subjective. But then Auto Express takes the trip to the drag strip, and the results there are much more conclusive. There's a definite winner when they cross the line, but you have to scroll down to see which of these turbocharged models with rallying heritage wins out.
2013 Subaru Outback LimitedWed, 09 Jan 2013
Subaru has given the 2013 Outback a host of detail changes and updates, though you'd hardly know from looking at it. The mild exterior changes mostly go unnoticed, and if you're comparing on a numbers basis, the new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is bang-on what the old engine would do. The biggest news is EyeSight, Subaru's new stereo camera-based system that drives lane-departure warning, active cruise control, automatic emergency braking and forward collision alert functions.
The 2013 Outback spent some time in my driveway, and as far as jacked-up wagons with off-road cladding go, this is one of the most affordable of the lot. That doesn't mean it's cheap; the Outback I tried was a Limited model with moonroof, navigation, EyeSight, leather and CVT added on. That takes the Outback from its roughly $25,000 starting point and adds nearly $10,000, landing solidly in the mid-$30,000 range. Still, against its most natural competitors like the Volvo XC70 and Audi A6 Avant, the Outback is a better value.