Having been on sale for just two weeks since it became available to the public in late June 2013, the Subaru XV Hybrid has already breached its monthly sales target of 550 units " by more than 10 times."
Despite its sales being limited to Japan, 5,580 orders have reportedly been placed for the XV Hybrid. And of the car's three variants, the top-end 2.0i-L with Subaru's EyeSight safety system captured the lion's share of the orders at 91.4%.
In addition, Subaru claims that the orders for the hybrid version during the two-week period account for 70% of the XV's total sales for this period.
It certainly looks like Subaru has another winner in its hands. All the more that Motor Image Pilipinas should consider asking Subaru to make left-hand-drive units.