DETROIT – With the newly launched ’10 Legacy and Outback models, Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. ends a 16-year absence of its continuously variable transmissions in the American market. And while CVTs will proliferate at Subaru, unlike some competitors, the auto maker doesn’t have a specific CVT strategy, a Subaru of America Inc. official says here. “It is a new corporate transmission, so you can expect to see other applications in the future,” David Sullivan, car line manager, ...
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