Subaru claims it has recently seen an improvement in its vehicle supply, which means it has reduced approximate wait times.
“Subaru Australia continues to work closely with Subaru Corporation to delivery to customers as soon as possible,” said a Subaru Australia spokesperson.
“Delivery timeframes for customer orders can vary for a variety of reasons (including model, colour and variant preferences), however, pleasingly we have seen improvement in supply, which has reduced approximate wait times.”
“As always, customers are encouraged to speak with their local Subaru retailer who are best placed to advise delivery timeframes for specific orders,” they added.
Subaru is currently Australia’s eighth top-selling brand with a spread of vehicles across multiple passenger car and SUV segments.
The following is a breakdown of how long you’ll be waiting for a new Subaru vehicle.
|Model||Approximate wait time||Enquire|
|Impreza||Between one to two months (approximately three months for the S-Edition)||Get Quote|
|XV||Very limited stock remaining||Test Drive|
|XV Hybrid||Sold out||Enquire|
|Crosstrek||Between two to three months||Get Quote|
|Crosstrek Hybrid||Approximately six months||Enquire|
|Forester||Between one to two months (some dealers have stock available now)||Get Quote|
|Forester Hybrid||Maximum six months||Enquire|
|Outback||Between one to two months (some dealers have stock available now)||Get Quote|
|Outback XT||Four months||Get Quote|
|WRX||One month (some dealers have stock available now)||Test Drive|
|WRX Sportswagon||One months (some dealers have stock available now)||Test Drive|
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