Impreza also rated as top vehicle in its category
Subaru has received the top score in Consumer Reports annual automaker report cards for 2012. Consumer Reports, a well-respected consumer affairs magazine, gave Subaru a 75 out of 100 rating on its seven U.S. models. This is the first time that Subaru has received the top honor.
Consumer Reports praised the redesigned Legacy and Outback and also named the 2012 Impreza as the top pick in the small-sedan category. The Impreza received an 82 out of 100 rating.
Consumer Reports automaker report cards rank more than 270 vehicles on comfort, utility and reliability. Each rating is based on the average road test scores and reliability rating.
Mike Graeber, general manager of Subaru of San Bernardino, said that he was not surprised by the rating. "Having worked with Subaru for several years, I can attest that they build exciting cars that develop a loyal following," Graeber said.
The Impreza and several other models are available at Subaru of San Bernardino located at the San Bernardino Auto Center.