Subaru

Subaru is an automobile company that was founded in Japan. It is controlled by Fuji Heavy Industries, and unlike many companies, Subaru was not named after the person who founded it. The word "Subaru" in Japanese is used to describe the Pleiades star cluster, and this can be seen in the image of the company logo. Only six stars from this cluster can be seen without the aid of a telescope, and it is used to symbolize the five small companies that came together after the end of the second world war to form the larger enterprise.

Prior to becoming an automobile giant, Fuji Heavy Industries was involved in the construction of fighter aircraft and bombers. During this time, the company was known as Nakajima Aircraft. While the company was split into 15 smaller entities at the end of the second world war, five of these companies regrouped for the purpose of producing automobiles. Despite the fact that Subaru is much smaller than companies such as Honda, Nissan, or Toyota, they have been very profitable, and the company is famous for the quality and reliability of their vehicles. One of the features which Subaru vehicles are known for is their AWD.

The company is also known for using boxer engines with their vehicles. As of this writing, Subaru acts as an affiliate for Toyota. This company has also been involved in multiple business deals with General Motors. There are a number of specific models that have made Subaru famous, and some of them include the Impreza, the Legacy, and the WRX STi. Many consumers praise Subaru for their ability to produce cars that are high in quality and performance while keeping them at prices which are affordable. The Subaru vehicles are so impressive they have competed in car rallies, and they have done so successfully.

When the company was first founded, it worked with Aircraft rather than automobiles. The head of the company was Chikuhei Nakajima, and by the early 1930s, the company became known as one of the most important producers of Aircraft for the Japanese military. When the company was restructured by the end of the second world war, it was headed by Fuji Sangyo. Since its expansion into global markets since the end of the 1990s, Subaru has continued to increase in prominence.

It should be noted that many Subaru vehicles used parts from Nissan in the company's early days, and they continue to do so today. By using the expertise of companies such as Renault and Nissan, Subaru vehicles have been produced with a high level of engineering skill. In countries such as the United States, Subaru vehicles are typically driven by young college students. The SUV models tend to be much more lighter and compact in comparison to Ford, Volvo, or Jeep. The two regions in the U.S. where Subaru cars are most popular include the New England area and the Pacific Northwest. Perhaps one of the most popular SUVs offered by the company is the Subaru Outback, which was first introduced in at the beginning of the 21st century.