The car market in the U.S. is at its most competitive. Not only are big companies like General Motors and Toyota slugging it out, but in order to survive, small-niche players like Subaru also are trying to push into the mainstream.
The Japanese carmaker is popular in Denver, the Pacific Northwest and the Northeast. Now Subaru has its sights on Texas and Tennessee.
A Colorado consumer advocacy group gives the city of Denver a ‘B’ grade for spending transparency. The report rates the 30 largest U.S. cities on how well they provide online information about city spending, subsidies, contracts, and service requests.