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    Subaru Sales June 2011

    7/1 June sales figures:
    19,794 for the month. YTD Subaru is up 5%.
    Inventory dropped in June due to steady sales but fewer deliveries as a result of the March earthquake. All models are impacted but especially Japan-built Impreza and Forester. While US-built Outback sales is up 21% and Legacy is up 15% for the month, Impreza is down 45% and Forester is down 28% because the cars just aren't available to buy. Tribeca is consistent just under 200 per month.
    YTD through June, Subaru is still up 5% for the year which is impressive. If there had been no earthquake they would be having another huge giant year. Looking forward through July , inventory is expected to be much lower than usual but will hopefully start to increase after that. There will be pent-up demand as buyers wait for 2012s and an improved selection, especially of hard to find models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh View Post
    7/1 June sales figures:
    19,794 for the month. YTD Subaru is up 5%.
    Inventory dropped in June due to steady sales but fewer deliveries as a result of the March earthquake. All models are impacted but especially Japan-built Impreza and Forester. While US-built Outback sales is up 21% and Legacy is up 15% for the month, Impreza is down 45% and Forester is down 28% because the cars just aren't available to buy. Tribeca is consistent just under 200 per month.
    YTD through June, Subaru is still up 5% for the year which is impressive. If there had been no earthquake they would be having another huge giant year. Looking forward through July , inventory is expected to be much lower than usual but will hopefully start to increase after that. There will be pent-up demand as buyers wait for 2012s and an improved selection, especially of hard to find models.
    Was there any word about when they will be taking orders for the 2012 models? It seems like they are simply losing money at this point.

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