The growing number of crossover utility vehicles coming to the market will put some pressure on Subaru of America Inc., but not enough to curb the 10% sales growth the importer is targeting for 2001, SOA Chairman T.K. Saito tells Ward's. “We have a big concern about all the new crossover vehicle entries, of course,” says Mr. Saito, “but we don't feel threatened.” In addition to the 10% sales rise next year, he predicts annual growth of 7%-8% between 2002 and 2005, when the company will ...

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