- Subaru Outback sells 1,017 units in the month of June
- Year to date, BRZ is up 83.4 per cent versus the same time last year
(MISSISSAUGA, ONT.)—Subaru Canada, Inc, (SCI) saw a strong performance from the Outback for the month of June, with 1,017 units sold. This marked a 43.4 per cent increase over June 2021. Year to date, the Subaru Outback has sold 5,838 models, a 16.7 per cent increase over the same time last year.
Remaining one of the strongest models in the Subaru lineup, the 2023 Outback will receive exciting updates including new exterior styling, revised infotainment, and a host of new in-vehicle technologies such as USB-C ports and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Subaru BRZ continues its strong year following the launch of the second-generation model last year. The 2+2 sports coupe is 83.4 per cent up in sales over the same period in 2021, accounting for a 141 unit increase year to date. This next-generation model continues to offer an appealing package: low vehicle weight, an ultra-low centre of gravity, and precision steering and handling in an affordable rear-wheel-drive platform.
“We are pleased as we continue to deliver tremendous value, safety and reliability to our customers in June,” explained SCI chairman, president and CEO, Yasushi Enami. “We want to go above and beyond to meet the needs of Canadians with our strong dealer network, customer service and award-winning vehicle line-up.”
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