Subaru Has Been Named The 2018 Prime Mainstream Model By ALG

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Yearly ALG, the analytics division of TrueCar Inc., publicizes its Prime Mainstream Model for Residual Worth awards and, for the sixth time, Subaru of America Inc. has been honored with this prestigious title. Not solely did Subaru win the general award, however 5 of their fashions received of their divisions as effectively.

  • Subaru Impreza – Greatest Compact Automotive
  • Subaru WRX – Greatest Sports activities Automotive
  • Subaru Forester – Greatest Compact Utility Car
  • Subaru Crosstrek – Greatest Subcompact Utility Car
  • Subaru Outback – Greatest Midsize Utility Car – Two Rows

The ALG Residual Worth Awards are given to the autos and types which might be anticipated to maintain their total worth all through a three-year timeframe. Which means these 5 fashions, and the opposite autos inside the Subaru model, are anticipated to earn much less depreciation over three years than different manufacturers and fashions.

Thomas J. Doll, the president and COO of Subaru of America Inc. said, “These awards underscore our dedication to offering prospects with autos made to the best requirements of security, reliability, and dependability.” Jim Nguyen, president of ALG agreed that Subaru continues to lift the bar larger for different manufacturers on the market. He even commented, “Constant product execution and sensible gross sales methods have resulted in three consecutive years of Residual Worth Award wins for the Subaru band.”

We, right here at Dan Perkins Subaru, could not be extra thrilled with this end result and we absolutely perceive why the Subaru firm, in addition to the 5 Subaru fashions, have received these awards. If you would like to take a better have a look at any of the winners, be happy to cease by our Dan Perkins Subaru dealership to get behind the wheel.

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