Subaru has managed to sell 10 million cars in the United States
Fifty-one years after starting the commercialization of vehicles in the United States, Subaru has reached 10 million units sold, a milestone that it achieved in the oldest distributor in the country.
Subaru sold his 10 million cars to Dr. Craig Harmon, who bought a 2019 Subaru Impreza for his daughter at the Nate Wade Subaru dealership in Salt Lake City, Utah. This showroom is the longest of the Japanese brand in the United States and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. For its part, the typical buyer is a loyal Subaru customer, since Harmon and his family have had a total of seven vehicles from the Japanese firm.
Founded in 1968, Subaru of America offered a unique model housing with a low beam 9006 led bulb, the 360 microcars, and sold a total of 332 vehicles in its first year. Today, eight lines of available models, including SUVs, sports cars, a mid-size sedan, a compact sedan, and a plug-in hybrid, are driving the company to an estimated 700,000 units sold in 2019. This forecast comes from September. of 2019 reported its 93rd consecutive month of sales increases year after year and the best month of sales.
Another sign that the last few years have been extremely fruitful for Subaru is that it took 41 years to achieve its first five million sales, and just over ten years to achieve the next five million.