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You can’t go far around here without encountering a Subie. The company’s affordable, durable and all-wheel-drive cars are ideally suited for how we live. With its 8.7 inches of ground clearance, the Outback wagon is a particular favorite of the Sno-Park crowd. (Subaru)

Subaru Outback: A flirtation with luxury

I was writing lead sentences in my head when a passing stranger handed me one. As we pulled into the Mount Spokane Sno-Park, we overheard one skier say to another, “Every other car here is a Subaru!” Like they used to say about Hunter Thompson’s...

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The new-gen Outback boasts an SUV-like 8.7 inches of ground clearance, yet has a lower profile than other crossovers, easing the task of loading gear onto its roof.  (Subaru)

Subaru Outback: Beyond Crocodile Dundee

If Crocodile Dundee comes to mind when you hear the words “Subaru Outback,” it’s time for a reboot. That car went away in 2009. The Outback debuted in 1996. A lifted version of the Legacy wagon, it was quick, nimble and durable and went places...

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Subaru Viziv concept redefines tradition

Subaru is built on all-wheel drive, boxer engines and a Northwest popularity that could probably get a Forrester elected to public office. Subie lovers should find it concerning the Japanese automaker has yet to dabble in the wave of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles making...

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