Subaru Sales Jan 2010
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    Subaru Sales Jan 2010

    2/2 January sales 15,611 total, another record +28% more than Jan 09. The Outback and Legacy continue to gain ground, Forester and Impreza drop slightly, Tribeca dwindles leaving one to wonder what (hopefully major) changes are in store for the 5th anniversary Tribeca due this year? Last year the redesigned 2009 Forester was outselling the 2009 Outback, now its reversed with Outback on top.
    For January 2010: Outback 5,467; Legacy 2,448; Forester 4,943 ; Impreza 2497; Tribeca 256;
    Canadian sales for January 2010 1,729, up 45.8% over last January. The previous record was 1202 cars in 2008
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    Good news, everyone! xxxxxxxAnub1s's Avatar
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    Very good to hear. Keep on doing what you're doing Subaru.
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    Good news, everyone!

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    Great to hear Subbie is doing so well. I guess this explains why thier vehicles have been holding their bluebook values so well over the last couple years. I see 350Zs selling for the same price as my 04 rex, with less mileage.

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    Yea Subaru is def. going good for them selves look at the APR offers


    all offering 0% APR Subaru? 2.9% and I don't see them going any lower...

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