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  • Subaru recalling 660,238 vehicles in U.S. due to brake line rust

    Subaru recalling 660,238 vehicles in U.S. due to brake line rust
    Subaru of America, a unit of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, said July 3 it is recalling 660,238 Outback, Legacy, Impreza and Forester vehicles registered in cold-weather U.S. states because of possible corrosion of brake lines, safety regulators said.
  • Troubled Takata air bag inflators shipped also to Subaru, Mitsubishi

    Troubled Takata air bag inflators shipped also to Subaru, Mitsubishi
    Takata Corp , the Japanese auto parts maker, said potentially defective air bag inflators, that could explode with too much force, were also shipped to Japanese automakers Subaru and Mitsubishi Motors Corp . Last week, seven other automakers said they...

    Subaru Running Low on 2014 Foresters

     
    As of this morning, Cars.com had fewer than 4,800 2014 Subaru Foresters in new-car inventory ??? less than half the stock of 2013 Toyota RAV4s and a mere one-fifth the number of 2013 Honda CR-Vs. Heck, the Mazda CX-5, a...

    Subaru Celebrates 25 Years of Manufacturing in the U.S.

     
    This month, Subaru celebrates its 25th anniversary of production in the U.S., according to the carmaker. Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. started in 1987 as a joint-venture between Fuji Heavy Industries (owner of the Subaru brand) and Isuzu. The car...

    Cars.com News Briefs: March 21, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne told Bloomberg News today that European automakers need to incur "painful" restructuring to stanch losses in the region. Europe's sovereign-debt crisis has stymied consumer...