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How Does the Impreza compare against the competition?

Like many other drivers from across San Francisco, you are doing a little research to decide which new car has all of the features you are looking for and won't break the bank. Comparing similar makes is the best way to narrow down your search before coming down to the dealership and Putnam Subaru has compared the Mazda3 and Honda Civic to the Subaru Impreza in all of the ways that matter most.

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How Does the Outback compare against the competition?

There is a wide variety of makes and models for Burlingame drivers to choose from when shopping for a new vehicle. With so many options to choose from that are all claiming to be the best it can be hard to decide which one is just right for you without doing a little research. Thankfully Putnam Subaru has done the work for you and compares other models to the Subaru Outback.


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The 2020 Subaru Outback Is All-New & Has Even More To Love

Ever since the Subaru Outback first hit the road 25 years ago, it has been taking Bay Area drivers on all kinds of adventures with safe, reliable, and spirited performance while taking the road less traveled. Back in April at the New York Auto Show Subaru debuted the totally redesigned 2020 Outback and needless to say, there are even more reasons to love the Outback.

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Subaru Celebrates Earth Day

Last week marked Earth Day. Did you do anything to celebrate? We recently learned of this great, informative video by Subaru about trash in the U.S.

How much trash would you guess that a typical American produces per week? The average is 4.3 pounds per day. This means that approximately 220 million tons of waste is generated each year in our country. But that all gets thrown “away,” right?

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Subaru’s Commitment to Zero Waste

You’re a fan of the great outdoors, right? Most Subaru owners are and we had you in mind when we thought of sharing this recent news. Subaru is partnering with the National Park Service, to share its zero landfill experience. With 58 national parks in the United States and visitors galore, over 100 million pounds of garbage is generated each year.

For Subaru, the decision to be zero waste is one that was made early on. It was because of the auto manufacturer’s concern about the environment. If you want to learn more about Subaru’s commitment to…

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