SANTA MONICA, CA – Subaru of America, Inc. says it has no plans to enter the incentive battle brewing in the U.S. market. Adding incentives to its products would, the company contends, dilute attempts to take Subaru up-market. Subaru currently offers incentives of $750 on its ’02 model Legacy, which is slated to be replaced later this month with a refreshed ’03 model. The company says its decision to stay out of the incentive race has not depreciated its overall U.S. sales volume for the ...
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