Subaru: Five Things That won’t Change in the New Year and Five That will

Subaru: Five Things That won’t Change in the New Year and Five That will

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Subaru Givens on New Vehicles

The Subaru 2021 Forester, Outback, Crosstrek, and Ascent SUVs offers customers five things they can rely on. These vehicles offer safety, value, affordability, fuel efficiency, and fun to drive models. In 2021, Subaru will change some things for the 2021 model year change. Moreover, this is what they are saying customers can expect from the automaker in the coming year.

The Automaker’s Value and Affordability

Known as a value brand, the carmaker will make sure their 2021 Forester, Outback, and Crosstrek are affordable. According to a new report, CarsDirect says Subaru of America is offering better lease deals on a few models now. In fact, the customers can check some of the unadvertised deals on Subaru models here. Keeping inventory low, the automaker will protect the value of your vehicle at trade-in.

All-Wheel-Drive is Standard, not an Additional Option, on Subaru

On niche all-wheel-drive models, Subaru builds fun that will get you away from the crowd.

This car builds the all-wheel-drive model. The only automaker that offers standard all-wheel-drive on every one of its models is Subaru. In fact, other automakers have front-drive models and charge more for the AWD option.

This Vehicle Offers Fuel-Efficient Engines

The automaker will stay with the four-cylinder Boxer engine. It will upgrade all its engines with direct-injection. Therefore, more new-generation models will get a turbocharged option like Ascent, Outback, and Legacy models. They all have a FA24 2.4-liter turbocharged powerplant. Subaru says to look out for new smaller turbocharged engines. They will be more fuel-efficient.

Subaru is Reported to Stay Conservative

SUVs will keep what is called their excellent outward visibility. Therefore, the car will stay conservative in terms of its styling. Also, Subaru won’t bring on any new models. In one of the hottest segments, customers won’t see a new mid-size pickup. In addition, the carmaker won’t offer a convertible trim to the BRZ sports coupe. The company will focus its endeavors and make improvements to its main models in 2021.

Subaru Stays in Their Lane Doing What They do Best

According to the Japanese automaker, safety will be a top priority. Upgrade on all its models will include the next-generation EyeSight X. In fact, all models will have the highest scores from the IIHS. This is something all Subaru customers can count on. However, the vehicle will remain with a manual transmission in Crosstrek, Impreza, and WRX. In fact, trims won’t have standard EyeSight until the 2024-2025 production year.

Reliability is a Factor and Constant

CEO Tomomi Nakamura said in a recent interview with  Automotive News (by subscription), the Japanese automaker is working to fix past quality problems. In addition, to improve upcoming quality in the new 2021 Forester, Outback, and Ascent models.

The Automaker is not Afraid to go Against What is Tried and True

Journalists reportedly criticized the second-generation BRZ for not having a turbocharged engine. Not afraid to go against conventional wisdom, the automaker brought in the new sports car with a naturally-aspirated engine.

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