Subaru

Subaru_Forester-US-car-sales-statisticsSubaru has not only been the most successful of all Japanese automakers in growing its volume in the US since 2006, it actually recorded the highest growth of all mainstream brands at 13% growth/year, beating out Audi (10%) and lower only than the luxury Maserati (20%).

Subaru’s success stems from focusing heavily on its 4×4 USP and producing a few cars that consumers really want, such as the Outback, Forester and XV Crosstrek. In so doing it has actually neglected the mainstream slightly, with the Legacy selling much worse in 2015 than in 2006, though the generally-unloved Impreza is going to cross 90k/year in 2015. Time will tell whether Subaru can continue its growth in the future , for example by launching a successful 7-seat SUV after the failure of the Tribeca.

Also find Subaru sales in Europe.

Subaru
All Models
2014
Subaru
All Models
2015
Subaru
All Models
2016
Subaru
All Models
2017
January 33.000 40.812 41.101 43.879
February 34.909 41.358 42.011 45.500
March 44.479 49.111 49.285 54.871
April 40.083 47.241 50.380
May 44.170 49.561 50.083
June 41.367 44.335 46.598
July 45.714 50.517 52.093
August 50.246 52.697 60.418
September 41.517 53.070 54.918
October 43.012 53.760
November 45.273 46.070 51.308
December 49.923 56.274 63.177

Subaru
All Models
Market
Share
2016 615.132 3,51%
2015 582.675 3,34%
2014 513.693 3,11%
2013 424.683 2,73%
2012 336.441 2,32%
2011 266.989 2,09%
2010 263.820 2,28%
2009 216.652 2,08%
2008 187.699 1,42%
2007 187.208 1,16%
2006 200.703 1,10%
2005 196.002 1,07%
2004 187.402 1,11%
2003 186.819 1,12%
2002 180.016 1,10%
2001 185.944 1,10%
2000 172.218 1,00%
1999 156.806 0,90%
1998 147.833 1,00%
1997 133.783 0,90%
1996 120.748 0,80%
1995 99.768 0,63%
1994 99.381 0,69%
1993 104.178 0,71%
1992 104.940 0,78%
1991 105.416 0,85%
1990 108.950 0,86%
1989 136.112 1,03%
1988 155.956 0,97%
1987 177.757 1,16%
1986 183.242 1,03%
1985 178.175 1,15%
1984 157.385 1,10%
1983 156.840 1,10%
1982 150.335 1,43%
1981 152.062 1,41%
1980 142.968 1,12%
1979 127.871 0,73%
1978 103.274 0,52%
1977 80.826 0,33%
1976 48.928 0,31%
1975 41.587 0,21%
1974 22.980 0,33%
1973 37.793 0,17%
1972 24.056 0,10%
1971 14.162 0,05%
1970 5.590 0,02%
1969 2.407 0,00%
1968 332 0,00%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Subaru Impreza, WRX/STi, XV Crosstrek, Legacy, Outback, Forester, BRZ, SVX, XT, Tribeca, Baja, Brat, Leone, FF-1 Star, 360 and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s. Also find combined sales figures of the Subaru Impreza and WRX/STi versions.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Subaru
All Models
2014
Subaru
All Models
2015
Subaru
All Models
2016
Subaru
All Models
2017
January 33.000 40.812 41.101 43.879
February 34.909 41.358 42.011 45.500
March 44.479 49.111 49.285 54.871
April 40.083 47.241 50.380
May 44.170 49.561 50.083
June 41.367 44.335 46.598
July 45.714 50.517 52.093
August 50.246 52.697 60.418
September 41.517 53.070 54.918
October 43.012 53.760
November 45.273 46.070 51.308
December 49.923 56.274 63.177

Subaru
All Models
Market
Share
2016 615.132 3,51%
2015 582.675 3,34%
2014 513.693 3,11%
2013 424.683 2,73%
2012 336.441 2,32%
2011 266.989 2,09%
2010 263.820 2,28%
2009 216.652 2,08%
2008 187.699 1,42%
2007 187.208 1,16%
2006 200.703 1,10%
2005 196.002 1,07%
2004 187.402 1,11%
2003 186.819 1,12%
2002 180.016 1,10%
2001 185.944 1,10%
2000 172.218 1,00%
1999 156.806 0,90%
1998 147.833 1,00%
1997 133.783 0,90%
1996 120.748 0,80%
1995 99.768 0,63%
1994 99.381 0,69%
1993 104.178 0,71%
1992 104.940 0,78%
1991 105.416 0,85%
1990 108.950 0,86%
1989 136.112 1,03%
1988 155.956 0,97%
1987 177.757 1,16%
1986 183.242 1,03%
1985 178.175 1,15%
1984 157.385 1,10%
1983 156.840 1,10%
1982 150.335 1,43%
1981 152.062 1,41%
1980 142.968 1,12%
1979 127.871 0,73%
1978 103.274 0,52%
1977 80.826 0,33%
1976 48.928 0,31%
1975 41.587 0,21%
1974 22.980 0,33%
1973 37.793 0,17%
1972 24.056 0,10%
1971 14.162 0,05%
1970 5.590 0,02%
1969 2.407 0,00%
1968 332 0,00%

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