8 Automakers Recall More Than 12 Million Vehicles For Takata Air BagsTakata inflators can malfunction and spew shrapnel into drivers and passengers when exposed to humidity and repeated hot-and-cold cycles.
Subaru Tells Some Legacy, Outback Owners: Don't Drive ThemSubaru is telling owners of some newer Legacy and Outback vehicles not to drive them because the steering can fail.
Japanese Cars Do Best In Insurance Industry Safety RankingsThe safest cars this model year, according to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, come from Japan.
Subaru Plans $140M Expansion, 1,200 New Jobs At Indiana FactoryVice president Tom Easterday says the project will allow the factory to boost production to meet growing demand.
Subaru Recalls 32,400 Compact Cars To Fix Air Bag ProblemSubaru is recalling the cars because a malfunction can stop the front passenger air bag from inflating in a crash.
Consumer Reports Finds Some Newer Cars Burn Too Much Oil"The companies should be willing to step up and take responsibility for their products," said Mark Rechtin, the magazine's cars content team leader.
General Motors, Subaru Models Added To Takata Air Bag RecallGM and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers due to potentially exploding air bags.
AT&T Brings 4G To Select Subaru VehiclesAT&T and XM will enhance Subaru's STARLINK's in-vehicle connectivity system.
US Turns Up Heat On Takata Over Air Bag ProblemU.S. safety regulators are ordering Japanese auto supplier Takata Corp. to provide more information about air bags that can explode and shoot shrapnel toward drivers and passengers.
What You Need To Know About Massive Air Bag RecallSo far, more than 12 million vehicles worldwide with air bags made by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp. have been recalled for the problem.
Subaru Recalls 660K Vehicles For Brake Line RustFor about half the vehicles, it's the second recall for the same problem.
March Will Be Test Of US Auto DemandSlow sales caused dealer inventories to rise in January and February, putting pressure on companies to clear their lots.