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Subaru Canada surpasses its previously established highest monthly sales ever. This was set just last month, as the automaker celebrates unprecedented monthly sales in May. Best May ever with 4,983 units sold, an increase of 12.6% over May 2014. Year-to-date results up 13.9% as Japanese automaker celebrates 17 consecutive record-breaking months. This streak is one of the longest in company history.
MISSISSAUGA, ON, June 2, 2015 /CNW/ – Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) and its national network of 90 dealers are thrilled to announce unprecedented growth, setting a new all-time record for the second month in a row. Subaru’s monthly sales performance continued to skyrocket with 4,983 units delivered, an increase of 12.6 percent over last May. Buoyant results mark 17 consecutive months of sales growth with performance up 13.9 percent year to date.
Every region from coast to coast enjoyed record-breaking performance in May: the Atlantic region increased by 26.8 percent, Quebec was up by 8.7 percent, Ontario grew by 18.1 percent and the Western region increased by 6.2 percent. May was the best month on record for both Ontario and the Western region.
Subaru XV Crosstrek
The Subaru XV Crosstrek – an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick (TSP) and Top Safety Pick Plus (TSP+) award winner. It continued its staggering sales pace with its second consecutive month of exceptional growth as compact crossover sales climbed 20.7 percent with 893 units retailed. The Subaru Outback enjoyed record-breaking May results as sales rose by 32.1 percent with 868 units retailed. The Outback is the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada’s (AJAC) Best New SUV under $35K. It’s also a 2015 IIHS TSP and TSP+ award winner. Not to mention an ALG (formerly Automotive Lease Guide) and Canadian Black Book segment award winner for resale value.
The Subaru Legacy was recently named Canadian Car of the Year by AJAC after claiming the segment award as Best New Family Car under $30K. It’s also a TSP and TSP+ award winner as well as an ALG segment award winner. There were 350 units sold in May, increasing sales by 64.3 percent. Subaru’s fun-to-drive compact car, the Impreza is a TSP and TSP+ award winner as well as an ALG segment award winner. It also continued its path of growth. In May 945 units were sold; an increase of 27.0 percent.
“At Subaru, our success is propelled by both our product and strong dealer network,” said Shiro Ohta, chairman, president and CEO of Subaru Canada, Inc. “Recent awards and accolades from ALG, Canadian Black Book and the IIHS will certainly instill confidence in even more Canadians, building on our double-digit year-to-date sales growth to continue our path towards another annual sales record in 2015.”
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The 2015 Subaru Legacy was recently awarded the prestigious title of Canadian Car Of The Year by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada.
The Legacy Impressive Accolades:
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). 2015 Top Safety Pick+5 (with optional EyeSight®) (10th year in a row IIHS TSP winner)
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Superior Front Crash Prevention4(6 out of 6 rating) (EyeSight® equipped models)
Automotive Lease Guide (ALG) 2015 Residual Value Award – Midsize Car Segment2
Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) 2015 Best New Family Car (Under $30k)
2015 Subaru Legacy Walk-Around
Our friends at the Canadian Car Review Show (tccrs.ca) created this extremely detailed walk-around video of 2.5i Limited with the optional Technology Package in our very own dealership. Watch and learn everything you ever wanted to know about the multiple award-winning 2015 Legacy.
The Subaru WRX has been a hallmark of affordable performance since the early 90’s. It quickly established a fanatical following thanks to its unique look. It remains one of the last true rally-born cars today.
That rich rally heritage has since been combined with some of the most sophisticated safety and technology features. These features make it the perfect car for getting a dose of fun while going about your daily life. A perfect balance of performance and practicality is hard to find. When you add aggressive sporty styling and all-wheel-drive at this price point, the WRX becomes truly one-of-a-kind.
Subaru WRX vs WRX STI – Which One Is Right For You?
Side by Side Comparison:
What’s New On The Outside
The all-new exterior styling on both vehicles pays homage to Subaru’s racing heritage. It’s a wider, lower evolution of the Impreza (the model that gave birth to both the Subaru WRX and WRX STI) designed to deliver a more aggressive and refined look.
The front is sportier with a solid-looking nose built around the new hexagonal grille. The headlights have been redesigned to emphasize the car’s wider, lower stance. But one thing hasn’t changed. Both the Subaru WRX and WRX STI still come with that distinctive, yet functional hood scoop that’s part of their heritage.
What’s New Under The Skin
Both models have been improved to allow all the power from the Subaru BOXER engines and all the traction available from Subaru’s symmetrical full-time all wheel-drive to be fully realized. The suspension was tuned for improved handling and performance, but also with an eye towards better comfort and reliability. Other changes include stiffer springs, larger diameter stabilizer bars, and dramatically increased torsional rigidity for all suspension components.
Subaru engineers also added a new Torque Vectoring System to improve agility. Essentially, this system senses when you’re turning and applies a small amount of brake pressure to the inner front wheel during the turn. This distributes more of the engine torque to the outer front wheel to improve the vehicle’s cornering capabilities.
What’s New Under The Hood
First the WRX. It has the biggest change under the hood with the introduction of an all-new, twin-scroll, turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder BOXER engine that boasts improved acceleration, better fuel efficiency and lower emissions. It generates an impressive 268 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque.
The new WRX STI keeps the 2.5L turbocharged BOXER engine that makes it so popular, but it has been retuned for 2015 to deliver even better throttle response. Horsepower is a chest-pounding 305 while torque peaks at 290 lb.ft.
Both cars come with 6-speed transmissions – all new on the WRX and refined on the STI. The WRX model is linked to a viscous-coupling centre differential that delivers more uniform power distribution for better traction and sportier handling. The WRX STI version has been beefed up to handle the increased power and torque. It meshes with the multi-mode Driver Controlled Centre Differential that enables the driver to adjust the power distribution between the front and rear wheels in order to better match driving conditions or their personal driving style.
The 2015 WRX also gets an optional Sport Lineartronic transmission. It’s an automatic transmission that acts like a manual, so you get the best of both worlds – convenience and driving excitement. It’s a quick-shifting transmission that features paddle shifters on the steering wheel and two different manual modes to suit your mood and/or driving styles.
Finally, Subaru’s intelligent SI-Drive system is now available on all three models. It’s an advanced engine management system that allows the driver to alter the power characteristics of their car to suit their personal tastes and driving styles. The system features three distinct settings ranging from maximum fuel efficiency to maximum power and performance.
What’s New On The Inside
The refinement theme continues inside the all-new 2015 WRX and WRX STI. The overall interior dimensions are larger. That means more leg, shoulder, and elbow room for the driver and passengers. Larger door openings also make it easier to get in and out. Plus higher hip points give the driver improved visibility out the front.
The WRX features a jet-black interior with silver accents, embroidered floor mats, and performance-designed sport seats. Premium cloth upholstery is standard and rich leather upholstery is an upgrade.
The WRX STI’s interior is as sporty as they come – an all-black colour scheme includes red accent sticking around the instrument panel and door panels and STI embroidering on the seatbacks and floor mats. Plus, the seats are reinforced with red leather bolsters that are as functional as they are distinctive.
Both models come with a new 4.3 inch multi-function LCD display that delivers mileage and fuel economy information as well as reading from the turbo boost pressure gauge and the VDC sensor. Slip into reverse and the screen changes to show the image from the rearview camera.
Model Line Up
Both the WRX and STI are available in three models – entry-level, Sport and Sport-tech, all with the same performance. Moving up to the Sport package on both models adds the rear spoiler, a sunroof, automatic headlights, halogen fog lights, and an 8-way power driver’s seat. Go all the way to the Sport-tech model for leather seating, a premium Harman Kardon sound system and a voice-activated in-dash navigation system.
A decision between the Subaru WRX and the WRX STI essentially comes down to driving preference. Although the STI is sure to attract more onlookers, it is intended to be a driver’s car. This is evidenced mainly by a stiffer suspension and lack of an automatic transmission.
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Introducing the 2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek. The most efficient Crosstrek yet.
XV Crosstrek Compact Crossover
Subaru’s compact crossover will be available at Budds’ Subaru this January with more standard performance, safety, and comfort features than ever before.
All trim levels will come with the new ultra efficient and emission-friendly PZEV engine. Quite simply this engine saves fuel while saving the environment. The XV Crosstrek Hybrid will use the same engine. It will; however, add an electric motor linked to a hybrid CVT transmission to take fuel efficiency to another level.
The XV Crosstrek will deliver fuel economy figures of 9.1 L /100 km city and 7.0 L /100 km highway (with CVT) and 7.9 L / 100 km city and 6.9 L / 100 km highway (with electric hybrid motor).
A rear-view camera will now be included on every trim level alongside Subaru standard safety features such as front dual-stage airbags, driver knee airbag, front seat side-impact airbags and side curtain airbags with rollover sensor. For the first time, Subaru’s preventative safety system, EyeSight, will be available for the Crosstrek.
The previously mentioned PZEV rated engine is the 2.0 liter Subaru BOXER engine. It supplys 148 horsepower to symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive via a five-speed manual transmission or an available second-generation Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). The refined CVT has pre-programmed stepped shifting, making the vehicle feel even sportier and providing an impression of gear ratios. An electronically managed continuously variable transfer clutch actively controls torque distribution in response to driving conditions and wheel slippage.
Inside, Subaru has significantly upgraded all infotainment and technology features. The audio system found in the XV Crosstrek Touring, Sport and Hybrid models offer an AM/FM stereo with SiriusXM satellite radio, Radio Data Broadcast System, in-dash CD player, 6.2-inch multi-function touchscreen display, Subaru STARLINK connectivity with Aha smartphone integration, Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity and audio streaming, iPod control capabilities, a USB port and an auxiliary input jack.
The upgraded infotainment system in the XV Crosstrek Limited Package includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation. This unit offers swipe and scrolling gestures, similar to smartphones and tablets, as well as voice-activated SMS text messaging and iTunes tagging capabilities. An integrated voice command system accepts natural language and phrases and also operates the dual-zone automatic climate control system.
We will have more details for you, including pricing, in the coming weeks. Thank you for your interest!
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2 weeks ago, we published a blog entry highlighting the biggest and best changes to the 2015 Subaru Impreza. It includes a sportier front-fascia, an upgraded infotainment system, and added available safety features.
We now have the full specifications and would like to share them with you.
Reliably Safe. Reliably Fun. We’re Very excited to introduce you to the 2015 Subaru Impreza.
Introducing The 2015 Subaru Impreza
Subaru EyeSight Overview
A new grille and bumper, along with new headlights and foglights, give the front-fascia a sportier look. The rear remains mostly the same, except for the addition of a trunk lip-spoiler on the sedan version.
The interior is also improved by way of a quieter cabin and upgraded interior trim. The upgraded infotainment system features a 6.2-inch touch screen display with multi-touch control as well as swipe and scrolling gesture recognition. The 2.0 Limited version will come with a 7-inch touch screen.
The Subaru safety standards you’ve come to expect as an annual IIHS Top Safety Pick, are in the form of dual-stage front airbags, driver knee airbag, side-impact front airbags, side-curtain airbags and more. The new Impreza will also now feature a backup camera with all models. For the first time, Subaru’s EyeSight adaptive cruise-control and collision-avoidance technology, will be available for the Impreza (see video).
Also new in 2015, is the addition of the Partial Zero-Emission Vehicle (PZEV) rated 2.0-litre SUBARU BOXER engine (PZEV refers to emission quality). The engine will produce 148 horsepower at 6,200 rpm. Not only are you saving the environment, you’re saving plenty of fuel as well. The Impreza will continue to deliver the best fuel economy of any gas-powered all-wheel drive passenger car available: now 8.5L/100km, 6.4L/100km highway, and 7.59L/100km combined. For perspective, The Impreza has better fuel-efficiency than the Ford Focus and the Kia Forte, both of which are 2-wheel drive.
We have been immensely proud to represent Subaru’s safety, reliability, and practicality, over the years, not to mention its’ growth. However, it’s now official: Subaru Is Sexy.
Subaru is seeing it’s best growth ever as it aims for its 6th consecutive annual sales record. This is the only brand to achieve that feat. Subaru has also marked 33 straight months of sales growth. In response, the Japanese automaker has re-adjusted its 2014 sales forecast to 500,000 vehicles, which is a major milestone. Subaru ranks ahead of GMC, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz in year-to-date sales, just to name a few.
Subaru’s rock-solid reputation has been the foundation for success across the lineup, but exploding demand for compact and mid-size “crossover” SUVs has been the real catalyst.
The segment-leading Subaru Forester leads the pack with 105,356 units sold, and the Subaru Outback trails only slightly with 85,951 units sold.
Introducing Just A Few Of The Newest Subaru Lineup Driving This Amazing Growth!
* Data, U.S. Figures
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