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.
The advantage of a sedan, of course, over higher-riding models, is one that any keen driver will recognise instantly. A lower centre of gravity means better handling, and more enjoyable cornering, at all times, with AWD adding extra grip, too.
A more powerful engine may be the number one reason for you to buy a performance car, but there are other benefits that’ll give you a heightened driving experience: like better handling and cornering due to the car’s size and centre of gravity.
The decision to buy a sports car is not one driven so much by the head as the heart. In theory, sports cars are an extension of your personality, but they can also be, for enthusiasts, the ultimate representation of their love of driving.
The times have changed, and automobile safety has changed right along with them. And we're all better protected on the road for it. And the good news is, things are only going to get better.
In a world where beefy SUVs seems to be the most popular choice when buying a car, the humble hatchback can seem a little like the last kid to get picked to be on someone’s team in gym class.
Anyone who’s ever driven a vehicle with low ground clearance will know that there’s only one sound worse than fingernails being dragged across a chalkboard.
Many of today’s SUVs are not really capable of off-roading, or even safe dirt-road driving, because while they may be shaped like traditional SUVs, in many cases they are front-wheel drive only. Discover why not all SUVs are created equally.
Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel drive performance is one of the key advantages of our Subaru rally car. However, it’s a common misconception that all wheel drive cars are purely designed for off road driving.
In an all-wheel drive car, all four wheels deliver the power from the engine at the same time. As a result, they provide greater power distribution, traction and control.
This comprehensive guide provides some of the background mechanics and physics of what keeps a car on the road and how to avoid collisions with other road users especially when driving in wet weather.
After the family home, buying a new car for most Australian families is probably the most expensive single purchase that they will ever make. Careful consideration of which car best meets your needs and provides for the highest level of ownership satisfaction throughout it’s life cycle is therefore particularly important.
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.
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.