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12 April, 2022

(MISSISSAUGA, ONT.)— Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) is overjoyed to reveal that it has brought home two honours in the 2022 Awards. The Subaru Legacy and Crosstrek topped their segments, winning 2022 Midsize/Full-size Car of the Year and 2022 Subcompact SUV of the Year, respectively.

For the 2022 awards, the expert panel was made up of a core team of veteran contributors and test drivers, content managers and editors, placing votes in 22 designated categories for the vehicles considered the best and most noteworthy.

2022 Subaru Legacy

Commenting on the methodology, stated, “the winners of the annual awards are chosen early in the new year from an initial list of eligible vehicles, which is not limited to all-new or substantially revised models. In other words, a model might be ‘aging,’ but if it’s still better than all the others in its segment in the view of Auto123’s panelists, it will be the top choice.”

2022 Subaru Crosstrek

In selecting its winners, praised the Subaru Crosstrek’s looks, all-wheel-drive system, and multiple powertrain options. These factors helped it beat out its newer competitors.

For the Legacy, enjoyed the overall quality, citing the vehicle's reputation of being durable and its renowned all-wheel drive. Driving pleasure was also celebrated thanks to the 2.4-litre turbocharged BOXER engine found in the Limited GT and Premier GT trim levels.

“It’s very encouraging to see Crosstrek and Legacy awarded,” said SCI president, chairman and CEO Yasushi Enami. “We thank for these honours and move forward confident that we are providing quality vehicles to our Canadian customers.”

About Subaru Canada, Inc. Subaru Canada, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Subaru Corporation of Japan. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ont., the company markets and distributes Subaru vehicles, parts and accessories through a network of 95 authorized dealers across Canada. For more information, please visit or or follow @SubaruCanada on Twitter.

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