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2006 Subaru Outback Compact Sport Wagon

Subaru developed the first crossover sport wagon with the five-door Outback, which works like a tall station wagon or dropped-down SUV. It uses the Legacy platform but rides higher due to the elevated suspension. Read More »

2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Subaru's rakish crossover SUV blends favored traits of a high-rider SUV and a pavement-hugging sports sedan. Like the SUV, Tribeca has a wagon's format with four passenger doors and rear liftgate for cargo. But like a sports sedan, it rides on a car's platform. Read More »

2006 Subaru Baja Compact Sport Utility Pickup Truck

Turbocharged power becomes a theme for Subaru of Japan, with multiple turbo plants cropping up like a Baja Turbo edition in the inventive Baja series. Baja is part car, part truck and part SUV, an ultimate crossover vehicle geared for active lifestyles. Read More »

2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

To commemorate its trophy-collecting World Rally Championship race cars, Subaru also casts sedan and wagon variations of the Impreza WRX, a small package with wide track and independent suspension plus turbocharging of the boxer-style engine. Read More »

2005 Subaru Baja Compact Crossover Pickup Truck

This unusual Subaru crossover is part car, part truck and part SUV. It looks like both a car and truck -- the car up front and truck in back. Baja's front half comes from Outback and Legacy with a four-door cabin containing front buckets and a back bench.

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2005 Subaru Legacy Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon

The mid-size Legacy series in Subaru's 2005 line has been redesigned for a fourth generation of sedans and station wagons. Legacy's chassis is about an inch longer and the track is wider with revised chassis dynamics and new suspension settings to foster a smooth ride quality. Trims and powertrains are different too with a total of six models in the series now.

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2005 Subaru Forester Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The chassis of a sporty coupe -- Subaru's Impreza -- underpins agile Forester the sport-utility vehicle. It was rebuilt in 2003 and earned optional turbo-charged power last year, with 2005 models showing four trims including a deluxe new 2.5 XS L. L. Bean edition.

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2005 Subaru Outback Mid-Size Sport Wagon

Subaru developed the first crossover sport wagon with Outback, which works like a sporty high-hiked station wagon or dropped-down SUV. This five-door wagon uses the platform of the Legacy sedan but rides higher due to the elevated suspension.

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