Subaru has adjusted the dates for when it will begin taking commercial orders for its 2019 model year lineup and has announced tentative delivery months, according to the company.

Of its eight models, Subaru has already begun taking orders for the new three-row Ascent. The order bank will open for the Outback and Legacy midsize sedan on June 28. Orders will begin for the Forester on Aug. 16. Other ordering will begin July 12 for the Impreza, May 24 for the WRX/Sti, June 21 for the Crosstrek, and Sept. 24 for the BRZ.

Deliveries will begin in August for the Outback, Legacy, Impreza, and Crosstrek. In October, Subaru will plan to begin delivering the Ascent and Forester. Deliveries for the WRX/Sti are set for July, while the BRZ will begin arriving in November.

Orders must be received one day prior to the dates listed due to an overnight batching process. Order-to-delivery for base models can be up to 120 days after the first delivery month, according to the company.

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