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Japanese company Subaru will stop its production in the city of Lafayette, Indiana, the production of the flagship crossover Tribeca.

Japanese company Subaru will stop its production in the city of Lafayette, Indiana, the production of the flagship crossover Tribeca.
The latest copy of the Subaru Tribeca will come off the assembly line of the North American plant in January next year. The decision to discontinue production of the Tribeca crossover was made due to low sales volumes of the SUV in the market. In 2008, the company managed to sell 10,975 copies of Tribeca, in 2009 - 5,930, and in 2010 car sales dropped to 2,472 cars. According to WCF, a total of eight years, about 79,000 Subaru customers have become owners of Tribeca around the world. For comparison, Toyota sold over 92,000 Highlander crossovers from 2008 to 2010, which is one of Tribeca’s main competitors like BMW cars.
According to preliminary information, the successor to the Subaru Tribeca will debut in the next three years. The car, built on the basis of the next generation model Legacy / Outback, will get a roomy interior with three rows of seats, an impressive trunk volume and a line of efficient engines made up of gasoline and diesel engines, as well as a hybrid unit.

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