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About Subaru

Subaru is a global automobile manufacturing company, founded in 1953. In 1954, Subaru launched their first prototype car, the P-1. The P-1 was eventually renamed to the Subaru 1500 and become the first car in history to sport the Subaru badge.

In Canada, Subaru is best known as the automaker that builds great SUV and crossover vehicles. They are highly respected for their offbeat combination of boxer engines and all-wheel drive.

Car insurance economy & fuel efficiency
Subaru model Rank of insurance economy among top selling vehicles Estimated annual fuel cost*
Subaru CrossTrek 7th $1,763 - $2,124
Sales change from 2019 to 2020
Car make and model 2020 sales 2019 sales Change
Subaru CrossTrek 22,161 15,184 45.95%

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