SAN FRANCISCO – Subaru of America Inc. says fleet deliveries will total about 10,000 units this year, or roughly 5% of the 200,000 vehicles it anticipates selling in 2005. Deliveries of the Outback midsize car and Forester midsize cross/utility vehicle will account for three-quarters of the non-retail sales, Bill Cyphers, vice president-sales, says here recently during test drives of the all-new B9 Tribeca CUV. “We will do some fleet sales of the B9 this year, but the initial thrust is ...
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