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 Subaru Earns Top Honour in 2019 ALG Residual Value Awards; Continues Reign as "Top Mainstream Brand"

Nov 29, 2018 [Awards]
 
Model / Others Namre of the Award / Event Awarded / Recognized
(Class / Category)
Subaru 2019 Residual Value Awards 1st
(Mainstream Brand category)
Impreza 1st
(Compact Car category)
WRX 1st
(Sports Car category)
Forester 1st
(Compact Utility Car category)
Outback 1st
(Midsize Utility 2nd Row Seating category)
Subaru Crosstrek 1st
(Subcompact Utility category)
Source: Automotive Lease Guide (ALG)
https://www.alg.com/
- 19th Annual ALG Residual Value Awards recognise 2019 vehicles predicted to hold value
- Subaru named Top Mainstream Brand for the seventh time
- Five Subaru models win in respective segments; Impreza, WRX, Forester, Outback, Crosstrek

Subaru of America, Inc. announced today it has been honoured with the "Top Mainstream Brand" Residual Value Award from ALG, the analytics division of TrueCar, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) and the industry benchmark for projecting future vehicle values and depreciation data. This is the seventh time and fourth consecutive year Subaru has been recognised with this top honour. This year, Subaru earned a total of six ALG awards, with five models topping their respective segments. - Subaru Impreza – Best Compact Car
- Subaru WRX – Best Sports Car
- Subaru Forester – Best Compact Utility Car
- Subaru Outback – Best Midsize Utility 2nd Row Seating
- Subaru Crosstrek – Best Subcompact Utility “We are thrilled to once again be recognised by ALG as the 2019 Top Mainstream Brand for Residual Value and earn accolades for our vehicles across numerous market segments,“ said Thomas J. Doll, President and CEO, Subaru of America, Inc. “At Subaru, we take immense pride in the lasting value of our vehicles and are humbled by the trust drivers instil in our brand to transport their families safely, and for years to come.“ The annual ALG Residual Value Awards honour the vehicles and brands that are expected to retain the highest percentage of their original price after a conventional three-year period. Earning six awards this year, the overall total of ALG Residual Value Awards for Subaru has increased to thirty-seven since 2010. Subaru was also named Top Mainstream Brand in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. “Industry leading residual value is just one of many reasons why Subaru tops the shopping list of well-informed buyers,“ said Eric Lyman, Senior Vice President, ALG. “For 2019, Subaru will take home their 4th consecutive Mainstream Brand Residual Value Award (RVA), the inevitable result of a strong and balanced portfolio that finds Subaru besting the competition in five individual segments.“ Based on 2019 model year vehicles, ALG recognised 26 vehicles with segment awards, alongside two brands representing the Mainstream and Premium sectors of the industry. Winners are chosen through a careful analysis of each segment, historical vehicle performance and industry trends, while factoring in quality, production levels relative to demand, pricing and marketing strategies. 

 

 Information from USA

 Subaru Named “Top Mainstream Brand” by ALG for the 2018 Residual Value Award

Dec 8, 2017 [Awards]
 
Model / Others Namre of the Award / Event Awarded / Recognized
(Class / Category)
Subaru Residual Value Awards 1st
(Mainstream Brand category)
Impreza 1st
(Compact Car category)
WRX 1st
(Sports Car category)
Forester 1st
(Compact Utility Vehicle category)
SUBARU XV Crosstrek 1st
(Subcompact Utility Vehicle category)
Outback 1st
(Midsize Utility Vehicle 2 Row category)
Source: Automotive Lease Guide (ALG)
https://www.alg.com/
- ALG Residual Value Awards honour 2018 vehicles predicted to hold value
- Sixth time Subaru has been named Top Mainstream Brand
- Five Subaru models win their segments: Impreza, WRX, Forester, Crosstrek, Outback

Subaru of America Inc. announced today that it has been honoured for the sixth time with the “Top Mainstream Brand” Residual Value Award from ALG, the analytics division of TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) and the industry benchmark for projecting future vehicle values and depreciation data. This year, Subaru earned a total of six ALG awards, with five models topping their respective segments.

      - Subaru Impreza – Best Compact Car
      - Subaru WRX – Best Sports Car
      - Subaru Forester – Best Compact Utility Vehicle
      - Subaru Crosstrek – Best Subcompact Utility Vehicle
      - Subaru Outback – Best Midsize Utility Vehicle – 2 Row
“We are pleased to receive the 2018 Top Mainstream Brand for Residual Value along with accolades on five of our individual vehicles from ALG,” said Thomas J. Doll, president and chief operating officer, Subaru of America, Inc. “These awards underscore our commitment to providing customers with vehicles made to the highest standards of safety, reliability and dependability.”

The annual ALG Residual Value Awards honour the vehicles and brands that are expected to retain the highest percentage of their original price after a conventional three-year period. With Subaru’s six awards this year, the overall total of ALG Residual Value Awards has increased to thirty-one since 2010. Subaru was also named Top Mainstream Brand in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016.

“Consistent product execution and practical sales strategies have resulted in three consecutive years of Residual Value Award wins for the Subaru brand,” said Jim Nguyen, president of ALG. “Legions of enthusiastic owners have transformed Subaru from a niche alternative brand to the envy of the automotive industry, boasting sales increases that continue to fall short of ever growing demand. The result is high transaction prices, low incentives and residual values that top the competition.”

Based on 2018 model year vehicles, ALG recognised 26 vehicles with segment awards, alongside two brands representing the Mainstream and Premium sectors of the industry. Winners are chosen through a careful analysis of each segment, historical vehicle performance and industry trends, while factoring in quality, production levels relative to demand, pricing and marketing strategies.