Subaru sells 10-millionth vehicle in the U.S.

Subaru sells 10-millionth vehicle in the U.S.

Subaru of America has announced the sale of its 10-millionth vehicle in the U.S. The new owner took delivery of a 2019 Impreza at the oldest Subaru retail facility in the country.

The 10-millionth vehicle was sold by Nate Wade Subaru in Salt Lake City, Utah to Dr. Craig Harmon, a repeat Subaru customer. Harmon took delivery of a 2019 Impreza for his daughter, Rachel, and was greeted by Kirk Schneider, owner of Nate Wade Subaru, along with facility staff, as well as Jessica Tiedeken, David Airington, Barry Jellick and Andrew Sidel from Subaru of America. Harmon and his family have owned a combined total of seven Subaru vehicles.

Nate Wade Subaru is the oldest Subaru retailer in the country and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The family owned and run business is committed to its local community and environment. As part of its Love Promise, the retailer donates more than $100,000 to different charities and non-profit organizations each year. In addition, the retailer has been a certified Subaru Eco-Friendly Retailer since 2017.

On September 4, Subaru of America reported its 93rd consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases and best-ever sales month. Founded in 1968, Subaru of America offered a single model, the 360 micro-car, and sold a total 332 vehicles in its first year. Today, eight available model lines including SUVs, sports cars, a mid-size sedan, a compact sedan and 5-door and a plug-in hybrid are propelling the company to a projected 700,000 in vehicles sales.

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