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Subaru Sept. sales rise on B9 Tribeca

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OCT. 3 2:51 P.M. ET Subaru of America Inc. said Monday that its U.S. vehicle sales grew 1.6 percent in September, led by its new B9 Tribeca -- a luxury sport utility vehicle -- and higher sales of its Legacy sedan. The company sold 16,100 vehicles during the month, up from 15,843 a year earlier. Legacy sedan sales rose 5 percent to 1,859 vehicles. However, this was offset by a 17 percent drop in sales of the Legacy wagon to 4,919 units. Meanwhile, the company sold 1,867 Tribeca models.
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Are you kidding me people are buying that pile of junk. Not only is it ugly, it smells like burnt hair on the inside.
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Are you kidding me people are buying that pile of junk.  Not only is it ugly, it smells like burnt hair on the inside.

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I agree on the looks (never had a chance to smell it though). This proves that peoples eyes are closed to the actual car. All they see is that fact that it's Japanese. This is the same reason why people buy Nissans. Nissan's (Even Infiniti's!) have a robust amount of cheap plastic inside (we get this peices of junk traded into our dealership). Suzukis are even a better example.......JUNK!
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