Imagine driving a stylish and sporty 2013 Subaru in Beaumont by this afternoon! JK Subaru has the inventory to get you on the road and into the perfect vehicle. Our Subaru new and used car dealership in Southeast Texas is stocked with all of the latest models including the new 2013 Subaru Legacy, Impreza, Outback, Tribeca, Forester and recently arrived 2014 Subaru Forester. Get a great deal on a new Subaru near Beaumont by calling or visiting JK Subaru in person.
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We hope to have the opportunity to meet you soon at our greater Beaumont, Nederland, and Port Arthur area Subaru dealership. Our helpful staff is always available to answer any question you may have about purchasing a new or used car, financing, repair or car parts. Call JK Subaru today or stop by our Southeast Texas dealership located at 1780 Hwy 69.
Subaru is a Japan-based automaker whose recent offerings are both practical and fun to drive. The automaker crafts vehicles whose all-wheel-drive powertrains and available turbochargers facilitate sharp performance. Incongruously, most Subaru vehicles are discreet and versatile enough to serve as competent family haulers, and the brand is known for boasting some of the best crash test scores in the automotive world.
In the early 1950s, a
collection of Japanese companies joined to form Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Its
automotive division came to be known as "Subaru," which is a Japanese
word meaning "unite." In 1954, the first Subaru car was unveiled.
Powered by a four-cylinder engine, the P-1 (its name was later changed to the
Subaru 1500) boasted a front-wheel wishbone-type independent suspension and was
the first car to feature a monocoque body designed in
The 1960s saw the launch of
the first Subaru truck. Based on the Subaru 360 platform, the Sambar minitruck
offered both compact dimensions (a must for
Subaru started the '70s with
the introduction of the GL/DL (called the Leone in other markets). The sedan
(it was soon joined by a coupe and a station wagon) broke new ground by
offering four-wheel-drive (4WD) capability. Up until then, 4WD had only been
offered in off-road-oriented vehicles. Coveted for use in the snow and in hilly
regions, the GL and DL also benefited from the increasing popularity of outdoor
sports like skiing and fishing, and went on to become the world's top-selling
4WD vehicle. In 1977, Subaru rolled out the successful Brat; based on the GL,
it was a small car-based pickup whose cargo bed featured a pair of jump seats.
More and more, young people were seeking a vehicle designed for an outdoorsy
lifestyle, and the rugged Brat was perfectly in step with their nee
Subaru continued to offer
versatile but slightly quirky vehicles through the '80s. It developed the
world's first electronically controlled continuously variable transmission. The
technology made its debut later that decade in a new Subaru, the tiny Justy
economy car. By the end of the '80s, Subaru had given birth to the Legacy,
which replaced the outgoing GL/DL (now called the Loyale in the
The automaker made a name
for itself in motorsports in the 1990s by being the first Japanese marque to
win the Manufacturers' title at the World Rally Championship three years in a
row. The Subaru family continued to grow during this decade, with the addition
of the high-performance SVX, the popular Legacy-based Outback wagon and the
sporty Impreza. In the late '90s, General Motors acquired a 20 percent stake in
parent company Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) with the aim of strengthening its
presence in foreign markets. This affiliation didn't last long, however, and
Today, Subaru's lineup includes everything from compact trucks to family-friendly wagons to high-performance cars such as the WRX STi. The brand is hailed as a top pick for enthusiasts seeking vehicles that offer a shot of utility with their performance thrills.