Consumer Reports Names Five Subaru Vehicles Best AWD
Consumer Reports is known as the guide to everything material. From dishwashers to flashlights, consumers across the country look to the magazine for the best of the best, so it can be considered something of a big deal when your products are recognized—especially if it’s five of them. Subaru knows just how big of a deal it is after having five of their vehicles were recognized on Consumer Reports’ Best All-Wheel Drive Cars list.
After testing a multitude of all-wheel-drive vehicles, Consumer Reports found the Subaru Impreza, Legacy, Outback, Forester, and XV Crosstrek as some of the top vehicles in their segments. Each of these five cars were proven to not only be capable of driving in any condition, but also slightly more fuel efficient than other all-wheel-drive vehicles in their class.
All-wheel drive and all of the forward traction it affords are particularly helpful in winter weather, which means that if you drove any of these five Subaru vehicles when Mother Nature decided that she was going to empty enough snow on us to last a lifetime, your daily commute was probably just a little bit easier that most. While having Consumer reports recognize five Subaru Vehicles Best AWD is an honor, we’re still a little surprised Consumer Reports didn’t give more consideration to the WRX.
- Tim ShultsContributor
Tim Shults is the President of the Shults Auto Group. In his spare time he likes to play golf and spend time with his four daughters. Shults Auto Group is the largest auto group in the Southern tier. With over 400 employees, Shults Auto Group has 11 different dealerships carrying 15 different makes and 2 strictly used car stores, Shults Toyota, Ed Shults Chevrolet Cadillac, Shults Chevrolet of Westfield, Edmond Chevrolet Buick GMC, Ed Shults Ford Lincoln of Jamestown, Kia of Jamestown, Ed Shults Subaru of Warren, Shults Hyundai, Ed Shults Chrysler Dodge Jeep of Warren, Shults Resale, Shults Resale Olean, and Shults Nissan.