Subaru of America's sales rose 0.2 percent, or just 111 vehicles, in November, the second month in a row the automaker posted an increase of 0.2 percent.
The automaker sold 56,893 vehicles in November, with the Forester crossover, the Ascent three-row crossover and the Impreza sedan and hatchback posting increases for the month.
Through November, Subaru has sold 637,753 vehicles in the U.S., which puts the automaker on track to finish slightly ahead of its 700,000-vehicle sales goal for 2019, or an increase of 3 percent.
Notable nameplates: Outback, down 7.1%; Forester, up 2%; Crosstrek, down 2.3% Ascent, up 28%; Legacy, down 3.5%; Impreza, up 3.7%; WRX/WRX STI, down 28%; BRZ, down 62%
Incentives: $1,225 per vehicle, up 6.9% from a year earlier, ALG says.
Average transaction price: $30,024, up 2.3% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Quote: "Mother Nature made the final few days of November a challenge, but we are pleased to finish with an increase for the month," said Jeff Walters, senior vice president of sales. "As we head into December, Subaru is well-positioned that 2019 will be our 11th consecutive record year in a row."
Did you know? November's 115 BRZ sales marked the fifth month in a row in which the sporty coupe posted sales of less than 200 vehicles.