NEW YORK – By the end of November, Subaru of America Inc. expects to beat its full-year 2008 U.S. sales total, and then some. “We're on track for a new record,” Subaru spokesman Michael McHale says. Subaru’s sales through Oct. 31 totaled 176,590 units, 12.7% higher than like-2008, while October deliveries outpaced prior-year by 35.6%, according to Ward’s data. If sales continue at that pace, Subaru could surpass 200,000 deliveries for 2009, bringing the brand within striking distance ...
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