Posted Saturday, September 7, 2013 at 4:22am
If you really think about it, Subaru is quite different from its main Japanese automaker rivals. Honda and Toyota each have huge model lineups that, while not the most exciting, are meant to appeal to as large of a buying audience as possible. That’s how you get bland, yet solid, strong-selling models like the Corolla. Subaru does things a bit differently, and it’s got the sales numbers to prove it. The original sales goal outlined for 2013 was 365,000 units, but that turned out to be quite conservative.