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It’s a Subaru Impreza inspired BMW M2

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Here’s How The Forbidden Fruit Subaru WRX From The 1990s Drives Today

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This Subaru WRX Droptop Is Hypothetically the Perfect Car

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Wheel maker Vossen gives the punchy little M car a WRC makeover. Alright, this isn’t the long-awaited BMW M2 CSL. It’s a lick of paint and some new wheels. But we thought you’d like to see it, as it’s a very famous colour scheme and one that likely inspires a few opinions. So the blue’n’gold we associate with Subaru …

If you’re looking to have a bit of fun behind the wheel of a car all year long, the Subaru WRX is a no-brainer purchase. A turbocharged, flat-four boxer engine sits under its hood and a full-time all-wheel-drive system puts the power to the ground, while a nimble package makes the entire car stupid fun to drive. …

Looking for a practical, versatile car that’s luxurious and well-designed? Take the all-new 2018 Volvo XC60 for a test drive. The all-new 2018 Volvo XC60 ticks every all-wheel-drive crossover box while applying a uniquely Swedish touch of luxury and design. It’s so good that you just might want to upgrade your Subaru—if you’ve got some spare cash.  …

The launch of a new car is a momentous event — an occasion where years of planning, designing, and testing finally culminate. Despite that, there are always those who can’t wait to rip that carefully-crafted sheetmetal and fine-tuned engine to bits. With the right amount of money, knowledge, and patience, you can modify just about any …

A very weird thing began happening in the late 1990s. See, since the dawn of the automobile, American gearheads have generally lusted over a very specific type of car. It was fast, and stylish, and had a certain air of danger or adventure to it. And with a very few exceptions, it had two doors. …

We Americans love to buy new cars. In fact, we’re buying more of them now than ever before. But with the influx of all those Ford F-150s, crossovers, compact crossovers, luxury compact-crossovers, premium compact crossovers, soft-roading crossovers, and the Toyota Camry, we’re shipping our older cars out to the scrap yard, and with them goes a part …

Ah, the good old estate car. It’s the kind of vehicle that makes an ideal classic choice thanks to its combination of space and practicality. But with many of the most popular models from the 1960s and 1970s now out of reach, what’s out there for buyers with less than £3000 to spend? By focusing …

1. BMW E46 M3 With values of the first model M3 – the E30 – now going stratospheric, and those of the E36 following closely behind, it’s perhaps the worst kept secret in the classic car world that the next model to follow suit will be the E46. Sweet handling, impressive performance and a beautifully …

Late-90s and early-2000s Japanese cars are now the must have cars for collectors, with models from Nissan, Toyota and Subaru replacing the likes of Ferrari and Jaguar since car fans who idolised them in their youth can finally afford to buy them. Yet despite the fact that cars like the Nissan Skyline GT-R would fetch serious money on …

Mention the Subaru WRX in front of young adult males and you’re likely to become the most interesting man, or woman, in the world. Subaru devotees are a, well, devoted lot, and WRX fans are darn near rabid. Face it, some folks, especially young males, love speed, and yet their wallets aren’t fat enough to …