Subaru would be in with an opportunity of winning our Driver Power brand survey were in not for 2 key points.
The first concerns the company’s drivetrains, which owners of its cars say bring rather slow acceleration, along with a good amount of noise.
The second major issue relates to running costs. As far as Subaru is anxious, this problem comes up frequently in our Driver Power reports, and it seems the corporate continues to make cars that have something of a taste for fuel.
You also reckon Kia knows a thing or two when it involves riding and handling, telling us the Korean company’s cars have responsive steering and brakes, ride well, and are enjoyable to drive.
But these issues are easy to organize for, at least, and if you’re happy to try to to that, you’re also likely to be proud of almost everything else that relates to life with a Subaru. No other firm has better safety systems, you say, while its cars also are immensely satisfying to drive, have tip-top interiors, and may be relied upon to begin after you need them to. Given these results, it’s easy to work out why Subaru owners tend to be a loyal lot.