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Subaru Updates 2018-MY Order Cutoff Dates

December 13, 2017

Photo by Eric Gandarilla.
Photo by Eric Gandarilla.

Subaru has updated its schedule for when it will stop taking commercial orders for seven of its 2018 model-year vehicles, and has set dates for when it will begin taking orders on its 2019-MY lineup, including the new Ascent three-row SUV.

Order cutoff dates for 2018-MY vehicles have been set at March 9 for the WRX/Sti; April 6 for the Crosstrek; June 8 for the Legacy, Outback, and Impreza; and July 6 for the Forester and BRZ.

Subaru will open the ordering bank for its eight 2019 models on March 12 for the WRX/Sti. Other dates have been set at April 9 for the Crosstrek; June 11 for the Legacy, Outback, and Impreza; and July 9 for the Ascent, Forester, and BRZ.

The orders must be submitted one day prior to these dates due to an overnight batching process. Order-to-delivery for base vehicles has been set at 120 days after the first delivery month has occurred.

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