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Subaru recalls 80,000 cars in Australia for two separate faults - UPDATE
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3rd Nov 2019
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Subaru recalls 80,000 cars in Australia for two separate faults - UPDATE

Subaru is recalling 80,000 cars in Australia for two separate technical faults, however 25,000 of them have been included in both recall campaigns. The recalls also affect 466,000 Subaru cars sold in the US with the same faults. UPDATE, 4/11/19: The first of these recalls has gone live on the ACCC website. You can access it here.
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Joshua Dowling
2018-19 Subaru Impreza recalled
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20th Jun 2019
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2018-19 Subaru Impreza recalled

Subaru Australia has become the second brand to recall cars because of improperly-tempered rear window glass, launching a recall for the 2018-19 Impreza. The campaign follows in the footsteps of one announced by Toyota earlier this week. According to Subaru, the left-hand rear door window may have been inadequately tempered because of an incorrect cooling process during manufacture.
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Scott Collie
Subaru recalls Impreza, XV, WRX, WRX STI and Forester
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7th Mar 2019
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Subaru recalls Impreza, XV, WRX, WRX STI and Forester

Subaru has issued a recall across its 2009-16 Impreza, 2012-15 XV, 2009-14 WRX, 2011-14 WRX STI and 2013-15 Forester model lines, over concerns about their 'Stop Light Switch'. According to the company, the Stop Light Switch could be affected by 'outside contaminants', causing the electrical contact points to malfunction.
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Scott Collie
Subaru Impreza, Liberty, Outback recalled
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28th Jun 2018
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Subaru Impreza, Liberty, Outback recalled

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Scott Collie
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28th Jun 2018
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Subaru Impreza, Liberty, Outback recalled

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Scott Collie
Subaru Australia breaks sales record
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9th Dec 2017
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Subaru Australia breaks sales record

Subaru Australia just broke its all-time annual sales record, with a full month of sales yet to be counted. The company sold 48,379 cars between January 1 and November 30, 2017. For comparison, it sold 47,018 cars for all of 2016, and 43,600 for all of 2015. It's tenth overall in market, behind an even faster-growing Kia (up nearly 30 per cent) and ahead of Honda (also up, by an impressive 14 per cent and returning to its pomp).
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Mike Costello