Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., parent company of Subaru of America Inc., is studying whether to produce a crossover-type sport/utility vehicle on a truck chassis, says SOA President George Muller. The vehicle would be targeted to compete with the BMW X5 and Lexus RX 300. No timetable was given for making a decision. Meanwhile, Mr. Muller says that even though Subaru has started off the first quarter of 1999 in strong fashion, the company's U.S. sales volume will be only slightly ahead of ...

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