The Subaru XV – The Crash Test King

The Subaru XV – The Crash Test King

In Japan, no car manage to absorb collision and dissipate the impact energy as effectively as the Subaru XV. A new Japanese record for chassis integrity and safety has been set by the XV’s crash test results.

 

Polling an unprecedented score of 199.7 points in a recent crash test conducted by the National Agency for Automotive Safety and Victim Aid (NASVA), the organisation that announces JNCAP (Japan New Car Assessment Programme) figures, the XV was awarded the country’s prestigious Grand Prize for Crash Safety Evaluation. Ranked out of an absolute top score of 208 (8 points allocated to the car’s seatbelt reminder of which Subaru scored 8), the XV’s near 200 points in the highest ever score.

Every type of crash test, including frontal impact, offset impact, side impact, side impact/pole test, roof strength (rollover) and pedestrian safety were all awarded the highest “good” rating giving the XV a highest 5-star rating.

Such high acclaim has also been showered on Subaru’s XV in the U.S. when the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) awarded the XV crossover – called the Crosstrek in the States — with its Top Safety Pick prize, an award given for its combination of impressive crash safety and signature EyeSight safety technology.

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Subaru Forester As One Of the Safest SUVs

Subaru Forester As One Of the Safest SUVs

The 2014 Subaru Forester is the first vehicle to ace every aspect of the challenging small overlap front crash test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Forester, the only one of 13 small SUVs to earn an overall rating of good in the test, and the 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, which earns acceptable, are the latest vehicles to qualify for the Institute’s recently inaugurated top honor, TOP SAFETY PICK+. Each of the other 11 SUVs earns either a poor or marginal rating.

 


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Subaru “I Survived” Stories – Episode One

Subaru “I Survived” Stories – Episode One

Subaru vehicles are known for being among the safest cars on the road. Hear a first-hand account from the Subaru “I Survived” Stories. Episode 1 finds us in Patterson, New York where Daniel Barahona tells us how his Subaru Legacy made all the difference in an especially dangerous situation.


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The History of Subaru

The History of Subaru

The maker of Subaru automobiles, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), is a leading manufacturer in Japan with a long history of technological innovations that dates back to its origin as an aircraft company. While the automotive business is a main business pillar, FHI’s Aerospace, Industrial Products and Eco Technologies divisions offer a diverse range of products from general-purpose engines, power generators, and sanitation trucks to small airplanes, crucial components for passenger aircrafts, and wind-powered electricity generating systems. Recognized internationally for its AWD (all-wheel drive) technology and Horizontally-Opposed Engines in Subaru vehicles, FHI is also spearheading the development of environmentally friendly products and is committed to contributing to global environmental preservation. Check out this video to join us for a walk down memory lane.

Subaru: A Harrowing Story of Safety

Subaru: A Harrowing Story of Safety

On January 7, 2015, Subaru owner Graham Sharp found new reasons to love his Impreza—many new reasons. Listen as he retells the story of a blinding snowstorm, a chain reaction accident and a narrow escape—an incident that caused him to thank Subaru for saving his life.

 


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How Boxer Engines Work – 3D Printed Subaru WRX Engine

How Boxer Engines Work – 3D Printed Subaru WRX Engine

What makes the Subaru WRX so magical? Is it symmetrical all-wheel drive? Turbocharging? The flat-brimmed hat that is required to operate one? All of those things are true, but one of the most unique things about this sport sedan is its special heart: the horizontally opposed “boxer” four-cylinder engine. Let’s learn how it works!

 

The Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. Total Control Comes From Its Core

The Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. Total Control Comes From Its Core

The satisfaction of the drive comes from symmetry and balance. That is why Subaru has been developing and perfecting the Symmetrical AWD system since 1972. Matched with the SUBARU BOXER engine for a near-perfect symmetrical layout, it delivers gratifying power with exceptional traction, providing balance and stability for total control in ever-shifting road conditions.

Dynamic Performance

Excellent road adhesion gives acceleration an immediate and exhilarating feel. Symmetry enhances the Subaru XV’s handling to be more stable and responsive during cornering, imparting a unique feeling of control in any situation.

Constant Contact

The more your tyres are engaging the road, the greater control, security and connection you have. Power is routed to all four wheels all the time, maximising handling and traction.

Agility in an Emergency

In bad weather, or in the precious seconds it takes to react to a sudden situation, the symmetrical drivetrain with almost total side-to-side balance provides the stability, agility and traction that help you step around danger.

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