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Subaru Sets 2018-MY Order Dates

February 27, 2017

Photo courtesy of Subaru.
Photo courtesy of Subaru.

Subaru has set the dates for when fleets can begin ordering seven of its 2018-model-year vehicles, beginning in April, the automaker has announced. The dates are tentative and anticipated.

On May 1, fleets can order the Forester compact SUV. Pricing will be announced in April, and deliveries will begin in July.

On June 5, fleets can begin ordering the Legacy mid-size sedan and Outback crossover. Pricing will be announced in June and deliveries will begin in August. The Outback has become the top-selling fleet model.

On April 3, fleets can order the WRX/Sti. Pricing will be announced in March and deliveries will begin in June.

On Aug. 7, fleets can begin ordering the Impreza compact sedan that was redesigned for 2017. Pricing will be announced in July, and deliveries will begin in September.

On Sept. 5, fleets can begin ordering the Crosstrek. Pricing will be announced in August and deliveries will begin in September.

On Nov. 6, fleets can order the BRZ. The pricing announcement and deliveries have been schedule for February of 2018.

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