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  • With fewer than 10 models, Subaru isn't one of the heavyweights in the U.S. automotive market, but its go-anywhere reputation and cult following make it a company that's sure to enjoy continued success for decades to come. Find out what's new for each of Subaru's 2015 car, crossover, and SUV models...

  • For the 2015 model year, Subaru bestows upon the compact Impreza models a number of changes designed to keep the car competitive in a hotly contested small car class.

  • In conjunction with its sponsorship of the annual Black Entertainment Television (BET) Experience at the L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex in downtown Los Angeles, Nissan has unveiled a special edition of the redesigned 2016 Maxima called the SR Midnight.

  • U.S. new light-vehicle sales in June are expected to remain robust, with retail deliveries setting a new pace and reaching their highest levels for any June since 2005, according to a monthly auto sales forecast update from J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.

  • Sold all around the world, the Cruze is Chevrolet's best-selling model, globally speaking. Now, for the 2016 model year, the Cruze is completely redesigned, larger but lighter and more aerodynamic than the model it replaces.

  • Meet the 2016 Mini Clubman, the largest model Mini has built to date.

  • Chevrolet is giving Americans one more reason to look forward to summertime--a redesigned 2016 Camaro convertible. There's just one catch. You'll need to wait almost a year before you'll be able to buy one.

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