Welcome to Subaru Car Advice. Here you will find useful tips and information on all things automotive, including car safety, features, security, maintenance and simply getting the most out of your Subaru.
Through it’s safety rating program, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) provides consumers with independent advice and information on the level of occupant and pedestrian protection provided by different vehicle models in the most common types of crashes.
Matching the maximum towing capacity of your caravan or trailer to your vehicle is the most important consideration when buying a new caravan, trailer or vehicle.
Tips on what to look for in a Crossover vehicle and how to get the most out of your weekend driving adventures.
Diesel cars justifiably have a great reputation for excellent fuel economy and low impact on the environment. So how exactly do they work to achieve this?
Tyres are arguably the most important piece of car safety and performance equipment on a motor vehicle. So how does one make the best tyre choice in terms of tyre size and type?
On average, there are over 1000 deaths on Australian roads each year. Fortunately, that number is slowly declining, thanks in part to improved safety features in new cars in Australia.
One of the most important considerations when designing a good sports car engine is the power to weight ratio. Because a sports engine is all about rapid acceleration and responsive throttle performance, the power to weight ratio is a key factor.
Large families require a car that has six or more seats, plus room for their belongings. 7 seater cars or 7 seater SUVs are what large families should be looking out for.
Car security is only one of many considerations when looking to buy a new car, although arguably one of the most important. Without proper car security measures in place, you increase the risk of vehicle theft.
What is the advantage of an All-Wheel Drive car (AWD) compared to one that only has Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD)?
What is the difference between an All-Wheel Drive (AWD) car and a Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) car?