Subaru Breaks All-Time Sales Record In America

Posted: Dec 1 2015, 10:40am CST | by , Updated: Dec 1 2015, 2:00pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Subaru Breaks All-Time Sales Record in America
 

The automaker has broken 12 month records in just 11 months with November sales reporting still to be delivered.

Right now Subaru undeniably has the most wanted cars in America. The Japanese automaker has broken the all-time US sales records. Subaru broke the records in just 11 months with a month still left in the year.

The sales report for November is still not delivered and could take Subaru’s numbers even higher. This is also Subaru’s seventh successive record-breaking year. Additionally 2015 is also the eighth year of overall growth for Subaru.

In November the Subaru sales were mainly due to the crossover lineups. The lineups included the Forester, Outback, and XV Crosstrek. All three of the lineups had a sale number of 350,000.

While as a total Subaru sold 513,000-plus models in the US. Other models such as the Impreza, Legacy and WRX/STI made up the bulk of Subaru’s sales. The news was released by official Subaru company officials. 

The previous record for sales was 513,693 vehicles set in 2014 for Subaru. Thomas J. Doll is the president and chief operating officer of Subaru America. According to Doll they are delighted to be celebrating yet another record.

Their continued growth is built on strong products and outstanding retailers. Subaru aims to provide a great customer experience. Subaru also expect a strong close for 2015 in sales. 

Thomas J. Doll, president and chief operating officer, Subaru of America, Inc. said; "We are delighted to be celebrating yet another record. Our continued growth is built on strong products and outstanding retailers providing a great customer experience.

We thank all of our retailers for their continued commitment in making these record-breaking sales possible. Given consumer demand for our products, we expect a strong close of 2015."

All the official year-to-date sales figures will be released on the 1st of December, 2015. 

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