Subaru is known for producing automobiles and auto parts that deliver a mixture of economy and sport with a friendly price tag mixed in. Founded in the early 1950s, Subaru introduced its first model in 1954, the four-cylinder P-1. The P-1 is a notable vehicle because it also the first Japanese vehicle to have a monocoque body, which integrates the body and chassis together. Four years later, Subaru premiered the compact 360. Referred to as the "ladybug", the Subaru 360 used a small air-cooled inline 2-cylinder engine and brought popularity to the marque, staying in production for over a decade. In 1961, Subaru unveiled the Sambar, a compact truck that served the narrow Japanese streets well. A Sambar van followed closely behind. The rest of the '60s saw other models such as the 1000 and the R2, a city car, make their arrival. Subaru North America was created in 1968, clearing the way for Subaru models to make their way into US showrooms.
By the 1970s, Subaru had added the Leone, Rex, and Brat to its lineup. The Leone started off as a front-wheel drive coupe but was soon available as a sedan, wagon, and even a pickup. What made the Leone stand out even more was its four-wheel drive capability, which was at the time especially unusual for a sedan or wagon. Subaru had established a reputation for presenting vehicles and Subaru parts that were seen as both "quirky" and flexible, and the automaker kept the ball rolling come the '80s. But as the '90s approached, the Legacy made its way onto the pavement. The Subaru Legacy was a departure from older Subaru models, as it was a midsize car that provided a kick in performance. It also differed from other cars in its class due to its standard all-wheel drive and new flat-four engine configuration.
Subaru began making even more noise come the '90s, taking home the prize at the World Rally Championship three consecutive years (95, 96, and 97). The SVX rolled off the line in 1991 and received favorable reviews as another Subaru model with a penchant for performance. The Impreza followed up and impressed with the turbocharged WRX, which would later go on to become a favorite for tuners and auto enthusiasts. But overall Subaru sales were beginning to slump as the industry started embracing sport utility vehicles. Injecting a boost into the brand was the Outback, which premiered in 1995 as Subaru's first entrant into the burgeoning crossover SUV segment. The Forester and the Tribeca, two crossover SUVs, have also helped Subaru flourish in recent years. With a roster that now includes a variety of fashionable and reliable models known for delivering a fun ride, Subaru remains a force to be reckoned with.
Subaru changes with the times and acts with originality. The first Subaru 360 set the inventive bar that its descendents would have to follow, and decades later, the company has a roster of vehicles that stand on their own. Flexible and impressive, every Subaru model has enjoyed a resurgence, a spark, and it is a remarkable achievement when there is that much admiration between car and driver. CARiD wants to be a part of that relationship, which is why we take it to the next level by hosting all of the Subaru Accessories and Parts you need for every inch of your ride.
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