Subaru-maker Fuji Heavy Industries Corp. is planning new, larger dealerships in the U.S. and Japan, emphasizing its image as a "premium brand," say Japanese news reports. The new dealerships will be similar to one Subaru has opened in Melbourne, Australia, says The Nihon Keizai Shimbun, which features a course that allows customers to test drive the vehicles onsite. Subaru wants to have three or four of the new dealerships in the next five years in the Midwest region of the U.S., because ...
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