REYKJAVIK – What a difference six years makes for Subaru of America. In 2007, sales fell short of 200,000 units in the U.S. But already this year, the brand has delivered a record 347,890 vehicles through October, up 28.1% over like-2012 and one of the largest volume increases in the U.S. light-vehicle market this year. After changing its volume goal for 2013 three times, from 360,000 units to 385,000 to 400,000, the automaker now expects to tally 418,000-420,000 ...

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