Just one month after it went on sale in its home country of Japan, the all-new Subaru Forester has already moved 8,149 units, breaking the Japanese carmaker's initial target of 2,000 units per month.
Of the Forester's many trim levels, the 2.0i L model equipped with the EyeSight driver-assistance system is the most in demand, cornering 32.5 percent of total sales. Overall, 86.6 percent of the units sold also came with the aforementioned safety system.
For the engine, 61.4 percent came with the normally aspirated mill, while 27 percent of the sold Foresters had a Satin White Pearl exterior.
How many Forester units do you think Motor Image Pilipinas, Subaru's authorized distributor in the country, will sell in the first month once the much-awaited compact SUV is launched locally?