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Grip : GRIP May 2012
GRIP MAY2012 SUBARU’S NETWORK NEWS CLICK ONTHE PAGETO ZOOM INSIDE GRIP HOME PAGE INSURANCE & FINANCE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE REPAIRS & SERVICE SALES AMBASSADOR WHAT’S IN THE PRESS TRENDS DEALER RANKINGS NPS SCORES CONTACT GRIP Editor GRIP is published by Subaru Australia for the benefit of Subaru retailers. Letters to the editor, suggestions on content and general feedback are all welcome. Contact: Jeremy Kazanis, Subaru (Aust) Pty Ltd, PO Box 8311, BAULKHAM HILLS 2153. ph: (02) 8892 9252; fax: (02) 8892 9131 email@example.com GRIP Check out the Subaru website subaru.com.au AUTO DIESEL TIMELY ADDITION Subaru Ambassador, Shara Gillow, is one of the rising stars in Australian road cycling. Ambassador After a career of 42 years with FHI, Mr Ikuo Mori is stepping down as Chairman and CEO on June 22 this year. Thank you The benefits of Subaru’s EyeSightTM system have been acknowledged with a 20 per cent premium reduction. EyeSight win SUBARU will take the next step in its dynamic diesel story with the introduction of its first automatic transmission diesel variant. The Outback 2.0 diesel with LineartronicTM Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) will build on the significant success of the manual diesel variants of Outback and Forester. It will be the first time Subaru has offered an automatic diesel in Australia. Nick Senior, Subaru Australia Managing Director, said: “Diesel Foresters and Outbacks represent up to 20 per cent of sales of those models, so the addition of the diesel auto Outback for model year 2013 is significant news for Subaru. “We know there’s massive pent up demand for auto diesels, so it’s a great opportunity for us to meet the needs of those customers. “The CVT transmissions in our petrol cars are a huge hit, typified by new XV and Impreza, so we are excited about the potential for Outback auto diesel.” Mr Senior said engineers from Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) have been working with Subaru Australia engineers. “FHI engineers have just returned to Japan after extensive testing of the pending Outback diesel CVT. “We’re very excited and we suggest customers pre- order with dealers to ensure early delivery.” Pricing and specification are yet to be announced. Outback 2.0 diesel with CVT is expected to be on sale to the public in quarter one of 2013. SPORT
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