LAS VEGAS – Subaru of America Inc. wants to sell 35,000 of its still-unnamed large cross/utility vehicles annually in 2006 – its first full year on the market. Subaru looks to its popular Outback to boost sales. The 7-passenger CUV, codenamed OOX, will be built at Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. in Lafayette, IN. And while sales targets are set at 35,000 units annually, there is plenty of room there for production upside, says Bill Cyphers, vice president-sales, Subaru of America. ...
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