Subaru will begin building the Impreza compact model at its Lafayette, IN, plant in 2016. The auto maker will invest approximately $400 million to expand the plant for the Impreza, which currently is sourced for the U.S. from Subaru’s Yajima and Main plants in Japan. Subaru already assembles the Legacy sedan, Outback wagon and Tribeca cross/utility vehicle at the Indiana plant. The expansion of more than 500,000 sq.-ft. (46,451 sq.-m) should boost the plant’s annual ...

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