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-- Strong second outing for Subaru Rally Team Canada (SRTC) with their all-new 2015 Subaru WRX STI with a second-place finish. -- Martin Rowe and Nathalie Richard continue to
The ten best car choices for students are shared by Complete Auto Loans in new article. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 03, 2014 “With back to school fully
“Subaru MotorSports” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly
Sports cars often have a reputation for getting unwanted attention from law enforcement officers, but a newly released report from Insurance.com has revealed that some of the most-ticketed cars are so-called “grocery getters” like the Subaru Tribeca.
-- Best September ever with results up 15.0 percent. -- Nine consecutive months of skyrocketing sales for Subaru Canada with YTD results up 15.7 percent.
-- Sales up 31 percent year-over-year CHERRY HILL, N.J., Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Subaru of America, Inc.
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Awards Spotlight Top Scorers on the National Tests, On-The-Job Excellence and Community Service CHERRY HILL, N.J., Sept.
Kansas dealer pits 2015 Subaru Forester against 2015 Chevrolet Equinox TOPEKA, Kan., Sept.
-- 2015 Impreza continues its fun-to-drive lineage, while boasting remarkable versatility, safety, comfort and fuel economy with a standard PZEV engine.
Saker Sports Cars is an automobile manufacturer based in New Zealand, founded in 1989. The company’s name comes from a bird of prey that is found in the Middle East and Central Asia. The first Saker, the SV1, was designed and built by Bruce Turnbull. Saker vehicles are built as touring race cars, but can be made legal for the road in the UK, Japan and New Zealand. The SV1 was built in a limited number. It had a steel space-frame chassis, a fiberglass body, used a variety of V-6 and...
Image Caption: The Subaru Telescope at the Mauna Kea Observatory on Hawaii. Credit: Denys/Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0) The Subaru Telescope is a 26.9-foot (8.2m) telescope located at the Mauna Kea Observatory on the Big Island of Hawaii and operated by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ). It had the largest primary mirror in the world until 2005. This is a reflecting telescope with a large field of view--called a Ritchey-Chretien--which has a primary mirror and a secondary...