The redesigned Subaru Crosstrek continues to deliver results for Subaru of America, with the automaker producing 75 straight months of year-over-year sales increases.
Despite only the Outback and Crosstrek posting gains, last month's total U.S. sales were the best February ever for the brand.
Total sales: 47,249, a 3.8 percent increase.
Notable nameplates: Outback, up 4%, Forester, off 9.2%, Crosstrek, up 61%, Impreza ,down 12%, WRX/STI, down 10%, Legacy, off 15% and BRZ down 22%.
Incentives: $1,356 per vehicle, up 51 percent from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Average transaction price: $27,822, down 0.2 percent from a year earlier, ALG says.
Quote: "The Crosstrek continues to exceed expectations and will continue to deliver impressive results as its availability improves," Jeff Walters, Subaru of America senior vice president of sales, said in a statement. "Based on initial pre-orders, the Subaru Ascent, arriving this summer, will be our next success story bringing new customers the best in safety and versatility."
Did you know? Impreza U.S. sales dropped 12 percent in February, its first decline since December 2016.Subaru's average incentive per vehicle, $1,356 last month, continues to be the lowest among major brands, according to ALG.