Subaru Motor Corp. expects a slight upswing in its 2002 U.S. sales, partly due to the new, redesigned Forester small SUV shown in February at the Chicago Auto Show that will launch later this year. A Subaru official says targets are for about 191,000 units this year, an increase from last year’s sales of 185,944. Subaru expects Forester sales to rise about 57,000 this year vs. 55,041 in 2001, and jump to about 60,000 in 2003. The new Forester has more interior room but maintains the same ...
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