Which Subaru Car or SUV Suits Your Budget and Style?

When you shop for a new Subaru in Macomb, you'll learn about the patented BOXER technology that's standard under the hood of each model. Configured horizontally, the cylinders in the BOXER engine block have up to 180 degrees of angular space available during combustion. Some common displacements of the signature powertrain include 2.0, 2.4 and 3.6 liters. Some Subaru models also boast turbochargers for more powerful performance.

The Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is another exclusive mechanical hardware that's standard in most Subaru vehicles. Offering part-time engagement of all wheels, this sophisticated drivetrain responds to real-time torque demand. For example, up to 100 percent of available engine power might be sent to the rear axle when the car loses traction on a slippery road. The dynamic AWD system is usually mated to a continuously variable transmission system with the Lineartronic architecture. Some trims have manual transmission systems with ratios that are optimized for sporty handling. A rear locking differential and the Active Torque Vectoring further boost the performance of Subaru cars on the track.

The most affordable option from Subaru's lineup is the Impreza, a mid-size car that's available in sedan and hatchback editions.

Having a slightly more expensive price tag, the Legacy is a robust sedan that satisfies tech-savvy drivers around Detroit and Troy.

Engineered for off-road and all-weather performance, the Crosstrek, Forester and Outback are crossover SUVs with seating for five adults.

The three-row Ascent is the largest vehicle that's available in Subaru's lineup near Sterling Heights. Besides having a durable platform, the Ascent offers entry-level luxury for seven passengers in the cozy cabin.

If you're interested in buying the fastest and most dynamic Subaru car near Southfield, ask Sellers Subaru for a test drive in the BRZ. This high-performance roadster is ready to hit the track.

Additionally, the WRX is a four-door sedan that's tuned for sporty driving. Both the Subaru BRZ and WRX wear rear spoilers and other racing-type exterior accessories.

Subaru also offers the exclusive EyeSight Driver Assist technology in most models. Some notable functions in this active safety group include automatic braking for forward and reverse motion, lane-changing alerts and LED headlights that adapt to road conditions.

Are you ready to buy a new Subaru vehicle? Stop by our dealership to have us value your trade and discuss finance options.

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