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Subarus are made at two manufacturing plants. One plant is located in Gunma, Japan, and the other is in Lafayette, Indiana. The Japan site produces the Subaru BRZ, XV Crosstrek, Impreza, WRX, STi and Forester models. At the Indiana site, Subaru produces the Legacy sedan, and the Outback and Tribeca crossovers.


In 2004, Subaru of Indiana became the first manufacturing facility in the United States to reach zero-landfill status and all Subaru vehicles are built in zero-landfill plants, where 100% of manufacturing waste is either recycled or turned into electricity.


Subaru has the utmost respect for the environment and is a proud partner of Leave No Trace. Care was taken not to harm the environment when taking this photo. Subaru, SUBARU BOXER, BRZ, Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Outback, STI, Tribeca, WRX, XV Crosstrek and EyeSight are registered trademarks.


Subaru's major overseas manufacturing facility is located in Lafayette, Indiana; the factory is called Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc.. Due to continued sales growth in North American markets, vehicle production capacity at the Lafayette assembly plant is set to expand to 390,000 vehicles annually.


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2/3 of Subaru’s automobile manufacturing is performed in Japan, with four production facilities in Gunma Prefecture: Main Plant (Ota-shi, Gunma), Yajima Plant (Ota-Shi, Gunma), Oizumi engine & transmission plant (Oura-gun, Gunma), and Ota North au...


Subaru manufactures its cars in two factories, one located in Japan and the other in the United States. Only the Impreza, Legacy sedan, Tribeca, and Outback are produced in the United States. The U.S. factory is located in Lafayette, Indiana.


found this article, and thought it was interesting: Currently the Subaru Impreza is built in Gunma, Japan, but Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries stated Tuesday that starting in 2016, the Impreza will be built here in the U.S., at the same Indiana plant where the Outback, Legacy, and Tribecas are currently made.


Subaru suddenly halted production of the Forester and Crosstrek sold to American customers after discovering a potential steering defect.


We ran into trouble trying to carry luggage and 4 adults recently...Quick video about the Crosstrek and Cargo room... FYI: This is not a complaint, just providing information for those looking at ...