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April 2008 Sales: Subaru of America

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Subaru Reports Record April Retail Sales
CHERRY HILL, N.J., May 1 /PRNewswire/
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All model lines up significantly
- 22% gain in Retail sales -

CHERRY HILL, N.J., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Subaru of America, Inc. today
reported April sales of 16,771 total units -- a record for the month of
April. Retail sales were up 22% over the same month in 2007, driven by
strong consumer demand.

Both the Forester and Legacy model lines recorded substantial gains
over the same period last year. The newly introduced 2009 model year Subaru
Forester was up 49 percent while the Subaru Legacy was up 32 percent. Sales
of all Subaru model lines were up while Forester and Impreza totals
represent records for the month of April.

Model                                2008 April      % v 2007
    Total Legacy                            1,890          +32%

    Total Outback                           4,137           +1%
    (incl. Legacy Wagon)

    Total Impreza                           4,010          +16%

    Total Forester                          5,339          +49%

    Total Tribeca                           1,395          +29%

    Total                                  16,771

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