About 15 years ago, Japanese automakers Subaru and Mitsubishi were in similar positions.
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What do you get when you have a rear-wheel drive sports coupe, some windy roads, a few monkeys, and Mount Fuji as a backdrop?
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The non-profit Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently bestowed its coveted Top Safety Pick awards to four new vehicles: 2013 Ford Escape, Acura ILX, Scion FR-S, and the Subaru BRZ.