In 2022, Subaru sold 36,036 vehicles in Australia.
Below you will see a visualization of how those sales compared to a decade ago in 2012.
In 2012 Subaru sold 40,189 vehicles in Australia.
Below is a graphic representation of the top manufacturers’ sales over the past 25 years (1997 to 2022), including passenger vehicles, SUVs and both light and heavy commercial vehicles. The graph is interactive and you can choose to compare any number of manufacturers.
Over the past decade, the Japanese brand has seen market share lost to the likes of Hyundai and Kia, with the former taking away a significant number of WRX buyers with cars like the i30 N.
Impreza sales have seen a decline from small cars, and the Liberty has been discontinued.
While the Outback remains a strong seller, Subaru is without a three-row SUV following the discontinuation of the Tribeca. The Atlas offered in North America remains off the schedule because it is left-hand drive only.