recall #WTQ-76.11/2/17 October sales totals October eeks out an increase Sales totals 54,045, up a very slight 285 cars over 53,760 October 2016.
285 isn't much, but at least its not a drop and keeps the highly vaunted monthly sales increase moving forward with the 71st consecutive month-over-month increase, and the 44th month in a row with volume over 40,000 (with a few months topping 50,000 cars along the way).
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YTD 584,614 is 32,659 ahead of YTD Nov 2016 551,995, and closing in on final 2016 year total 615,132 The top volume for the month is Forester, then Outback and Crosstrek.
The Forester matched last years count, and the Crosstrek was up a healthy 23% which continues its recent surge of popularity.
black cloth with leatherette bolsters, black leather steering wheel with silver stitching, gloss black CVT shift knob, gloss black shift plate, gloss black interior dash trim, gloss back front grill accent bar, gloss black exterior mirrors, black rear gate logos 12/1/17 November sales total is 51,721, a scant 1% increase over 51,308 11/16, but once again it's an increase and that makes for 72 consecutive months of increased volume.