Posted Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at 11:04pm
As for Japanese automakers of a smaller scale, we asked Mazda and Subaru to share something they admire about the other. While Mazda shied away from talking positively about any one Subaru product, or really any attribute related to the business of building and selling cars, the Hiroshima company gave Subie a thumbs up over its philanthropy during the pandemic this year. Back in April, Subaru donated the equivalent of 50 million meals to those in need via Feeding America food banks.
However, Subaru was decidedly less generous with its words, opting against participating in this story. Sorry, Mazda. We’re disappointed too.