Subaru of America is breaking records, both yearly and monthly.  November, 2014, proved to be the best November in the company’s history with sales of 45,273 vehicles, an increase of 24 percent over November, 2013.    Yearly, the company’s previous record of 424,683 vehicles sold was beaten on November 7th, as their year-to-date sales were up 21 percent to 463,770 vehicles sold, with one full month remaining in the calendar and sales year.

2014 also marks the seventh consecutive year of sales growth, and November marked the 36th consecutive month of month-over-month sales increases.  To say that things are going well for Subaru of America would be a gross understatement.

Sales were spurred by huge successes by Forester, WRX/STI, Legacy, Outback, and XV Crosstrek.  Jeff Walters, senior vice president of sales, stated:  “We look forward to continuing our popular annual ‘Share the Love’ event with its tradition of giving back to the community in December.”  The ‘Share the Love’ program will run through January 2, 2015.  Subaru will donate $250 for every new Subaru sold or leased to the customer’s favorite charity among the following:  ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals On Wheels Association of America, and the National Park Foundation.

Individual brand sales for November looked like this:

$1·         Forester       13,879

$1·         Impreza        2,589

$1·         WRX/STI       2,707

$1·         Legacy          5,733

$1·         Outback      14,128

$1·         BRZ                   408

$1·         XV Crosstrek 5,799

$1·         Total           45,273

Walters also stated that “traffic to our retailers remains very strong and it is encouraging to see Legacy sedan sales continue to grow.”

From the very beginning of the Subaru story in the United States, it has been known for its safety features and its superb driving mechanics in all kinds of weather, making it the perfect car for the suburban mother who has to ferry her children to and fro.

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