Subaru of America (SOA) has reached a significant milestone. In the United States, they recently sold their 11 millionth car, a 2021 Subaru Outback wagon/SUV. “We are proud to announce that our 11 millionth car, a Subaru Outback, was sold to a customer at Douglass Subaru,” Subaru USA says. Thank you to our devoted Subaru family for assisting us in reaching this goal!”
SOA celebrated its 15th anniversary in 1983 by selling one millionth Subaru in the United States. Subaru has sold three million vehicles in the United States (3-16-98). Subaru sold its 6 millionth vehicle in 2012, and Subaru of America sold its ten millionth vehicle in 2019.
Outback waggons account for 2.5 million of the 11 million models sold. Last month, according to Torque News, SOA shipped its 2.5 millionth Outback to a customer. This week’s 11 millionth vehicle was bought by a first-time Subaru driver, rather than a long-time Subaru customer. Subaru is attracting 60 percent of new buyers.
Subaru of America is the Japanese automaker’s largest market, accounting for roughly 66 percent of its global sales. The Outback for the new owner is manufactured in Lafayette, Indiana. Subaru prioritises SOA, and the Camden, New Jersey-based automaker receives models that the rest of the world can only admire and not touch.
The Outback was completely redesigned for the 2020 model year, with new interior and exterior features. The updated Outback XT trims with the 2.4-liter turbocharged engine is the most important addition. It’s only available in the United States and Canada.
The all-new rugged 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness trim was just launched by Subaru of America. It’s built for outdoor enthusiasts and only available in North America. The new elevated waggon is built for those who live an active lifestyle and is capable of going off-road. This summer, it will be published.
What would the Subaru Outback cost in 2021?
The base price of the 2021 Subaru Outback is $27,845, with Premium ($30,095), Exclusive ($34,645), Onyx Edition XT ($36,195), Limited XT ($38,545), Touring ($39,045), and Touring XT ($40,995) trim levels accessible. The price requires a destination fee of $1,050.
Subaru of America has reached a new high with 11 million gross vehicle sales in the United States this week, thanks to the 2021 Subaru Outback. At Douglass Subaru in Waco, Texas, Subaru sold the world-record-breaking Outback to a first-time Subaru owner.