but we need more soob-centric indie mechs. In '03, there was only 2-3 dealerships in the metroplex area.We have almost a dozen Subie dealers in DFW, seems they've been expanding here already.
Subaru's McHale says, "If you're buying a big truck in Texas, keep buying the truck — we're not the brand for you. But if you're looking for an all-wheel-drive vehicle that you can throw the dog in the back, the skis on the roof and go in the mountains on the weekend, I think they have some nice hills in Tennessee, too."
Is Impreza doing that good. Is their sales numbers off the chart like the (gen4) OB and current gen Forester first came out?I heard the NPR spot on the radio this morning. They need to start making Imprezas and Impreza platform cars in the US as well. Lafayette, IN is handling themselves pretty well covering the country. If demand keeps increasng they will have to do something
They will not bring the diesel to North America unless they can pair it with a CT or AT.... MT Diesel is just not gonna sell here in NA.Tribeca --gone.No more production, low sales. I read also that there might be a diesel in the future but unsure. The Forrester may be a hit or miss and have seen a few pictures of the '14 Outback and looks smoother and cleaner lines.