Subaru Marches On
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6th April, 2006
Subaru achieved record March sales of 3,607 vehicles, up 14.5 per cent over the same month last year, according to official VFACTS figures released yesterday.
Outback achieved its best-ever monthly total of 829, 111 ahead of its previous highest total in July 2004.
Forester recorded 1,161 sales. Combined Forester and Outback sales maintained Subaru’s long-held dominance of the SUV Compact category, commanding 28.0 per cent of the segment for the month.
Impreza and Liberty also performed strongly with 880 and 737 sales respectively.
Subaru’s overall market share for the year is 4.0 per cent.
Nick Senior, Managing Director, Subaru Australia, said: “March was an excellent month for Subaru."
“We’re delighted by the positive customer response to a variety of special editions, including duotone Outback models, which have been warmly received and we will continue to bring some exciting variety to our range during the year.”
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