SEATTLE — Subaru cars have carved a cozy little sales niche for themselves in the U.S. market, much of it in the last few years. In fact, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., Subaru's Japanese parent, is one of the fastest growing automakers in the segment. It's Subaru's steadfast image that has helped it garner such a loyal following — its dedication to a core set of identifying ideals. For 2000, Subaru has its sights set on strengthening that image. The automaker plans to offer its ...

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