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Subaru Australia believes this year’s modest decline in mainstream small SUV sales is a mere blip, with the company predicting double-digit growth in this segment through 2017 driven largely by its all-new XV crossover and the imminent Toyota C-HR.
VFACTS figures show that small SUV sales at the affordable end of the market (sub $40,000) are down 1.4 per cent this year after sustained growth, though sales at the luxury end from the Germans are up 48 per cent reflecting the market’s continuous shift in a premium direction.
The New and Improved XV is predicted to arrive at the dealership late May or early June. Call (07) 3404 8800 for more information
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