Subaru’s Boxer & More
Subaru has been selling cars at such a pace that it seems as though they might have signs on dealerships like the old McDonald’s indicators of the ever-increasing number of burgers sold.
Subaru reported that January was its 38th consecutive month of month-over-month growth.
Last week the company announced that it has produced 15-million of its Boxer engines. The first was used in a Subaru 1000, introduced in 1966.
And as they were being somewhat nostalgic, they pointed out that they’ve produced 14-million “Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive” systems.
The first of these was installed in a Leone, introduced in 1972.
As for that “Beauty of All-Wheel Drive” tagline that they used: Given that car, it probably doesn’t universally apply.
Honda is an engine company.
Chrysler pioneered the modern-day minivan more than 30 years ago and has been refining and improving that type of vehicle ever since.
The Mazda CX-5 first appeared on the scene in 2012, and for 2017, the vehicle has undergone some major transformations, to enhance what was already a notable small crossover.