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The New Subaru Ascent SUV Concept

Earlier this year Subaru unveiled the newest addition to the Subaru family which will be hitting the road sometime in 2018. The new Subaru Ascent SUV will be the only three row vehicle Subaru offers. The Ascent will also feature an all-new four cylinder turbocharged direct injection boxer engine.

 

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Subaru Records Record May Sales

Recently, Subaru of America, Inc. reported that the company sold 56,135 vehicles during the month of May -- marking a 12.1 percent increase over last May's results and resulting in the best May sales in the company's history. To date this year, Subaru has sold 252,753 vehicles in the United States, an improvement of 8.5 percent over the first five months of 2016.

 

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2017 Toyota Camry Receives Lots of Love from Autotrader Team

If you've kept pace with our blog page here at Walser Automotive Group, then you may well recall a post from just last month, in which we explored the top traits of Toyota's compact sedan, the Corolla.

And, in keeping with that theme, today we'd like to have a look at the Japanese automaker's midsize sedan, the 2017 Camry.

What is it that makes this one so special?

Join Autotrader critic Amanda Salas for the inside scoop:

The range-topping Camry -- the exquisite XLE -- is, as one might expect, downright decked-out.

Standard equipment on this trim includes…

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Power and Performance in the Subaru WRX STI

While we all know that Subaru vehicles are capable, some of us wondered about their limits. Sure, a Subaru can handle snow, and it can handle ice, but how much can it handle? Can a Subaru handle a hill with snow and ice and rapid turns?

Can a Subaru handle a bobsled track?

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AutoGuide.com Staffers Sing Praises of 2017 Toyota Corolla

Though we here at Walser Automotive Group have met some mighty impressive compact sedans in our day, we're nonetheless unsure if we've ever encountered one quite as incredible as our esteemed Japanese automaker's latest, the fresh-faced 2017 Corolla.

Wondering what makes us say that?

Then, the clip below -- a video review of the Corolla from AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai -- most certainly has your name on it. Have a look and listen right here:

The sporty flavor of the Corolla lineup, the SE trim is every bit as stylish as it is substantive.

Standard features on…

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Buick Earns 5-Star NHTSA Safety Ratings for all Six 2017 Models

With the 2017 Buick LaCrosse recently earning a five-star overall safety rating from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Buick has earned the government's highest safety rating across its entire 2017 lineup. The automaker launched four all-new or significantly enhanced models in 2016, with each one earning the five-star rating, including the Cascada, which is the first convertible for 2017 with...

 

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All About Audi’s New Quattro Ultra System

An automaker doesn’t cultivate a legendary technology like Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive by resting on its laurels. Since its inception over thirty-five years ago, the four rings have been gradually perfecting this AWD platform. Now, in the latest crop of models, it even has a new name: Quattro ultra. And it’s got some new tricks up its sleeve.

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Ram Knows Heavy-Duty Trucks

Ram has a history as rugged as the Wild West. Time and again, the automaker turned to its owners to help determine the best features for its heavy-duty trucks.
 
So, when you think heavy-duty trucks -- think Ram.
You have a number of different options for the Ram heavy-duty lineup. The gas engine uses the familiar 6.4-liter V8 Hemi, and boasts 410 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque.
 
If it's more performance you're after, however, you may wish to step it up to the optional 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel six-cylinder. Good for a gargantuan 900 pound-feet of torque…
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