The sales streak is intact. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Feb. 2, 2016 2016 Subaru Forester Subaru January 2016 Sales Overview Subaru reported it sold 41,101 vehicles in January, up 0.7 percent over the 40,812 sold in January of 2015. Not only is this result a January sales record and the 50th consecutive month of month-over-month growth, the company achieved these record results with two fewer selling days in 2016 vs. January of 2015. On a daily selling rate basis (DSR) basis, the brands results were up 9.1 percent. January marked the 23rd consecutive month of 40,000+ vehicle sales for the company. Subaru January 2016 Sales Highlights Forester and Legacy sales were strong as each model achieved its best January in history. January Legacy sales of 4,473 vehicles was up 15.3 percent over the 3,881 sold in January of 2015. It was the 23rd and 30th consecutive months of more than 10,000 Outbacks and10,000 Foresters sold respectively. Thomas J. Doll, President and COO: Notice the Nissan, Toyota and Ford declines while GM and especially Chrysler picked up significant market share. U.S. January 2016 Sales vs. January 2015 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 14 Automobile Manufacturers GM January 2016 Sales Up 0.5% with 203,745 Vehicles Sold Ford January 2016 Sales Down 2.6% with 173,723 Vehicles Sold Toyota January 2016 Sales Down 4.7% with 161,283 Vehicles Sold FCA January 2016 Sales Up 6.9% with 155,037 Vehicles Sold Nissan January 2016 Sales Up 1.6% with 105,734 Vehicles Sold Honda January 2016 Sales Down 1.7% with 100,497 Vehicles Sold Hyundai January 2016 Sales Down 1.1% with 45,011 Vehicles Sold Subaru January 20165 Sales Up 0.7% with 41,101 Vehicles Sold Kia January 2016 Sales Flat with 38,305 Vehicles Sold Mercedes-Benz January 2016 Sales Up 1.3% with 26,962 Vehicles Sold BMW January 2016 Sales Down 4.0% with 21,320 Vehicles Sold VW January 2016 Sales Down 14.6% with 20,079 Vehicles Sold Mazda January 2016 Sales Down 2.8% with 19,703 Vehicles Sold Audi January 2016 Sales Up 2.7% with 11,850 Vehicles Sold Anyone notice that Nissan sales outpaced Honda in January? The seasonally adjusted annual selling rate (SAAR) for light vehicles in January was approximately 17.5 million vehicles.