Subaru has set ordering timeframes for its 2020 model-year vehicles, looking at factory cutoff and order receipt cutoff timeframes for seven of its assets.
Fleets can order the 2020 Subaru Ascent until the end of March, though the factory cutoff date is set for February 2020, so it is recommended to order the SUV as soon as possible.
The factory cutoff for the 2020 Crosstrek and 2020 Impreza are both set for early April, with an order receipt will-try cutoff set for the end of May.
Meanwhile, the 2020 Legacy and 2020 Outback have a factory cutoff set for early May with an order receipt will-try cutoff set for the end of July.
Later in the year, the 2020 Forester is scheduled to have a factory cutoff for early June and its will-try order receipt cutoff set for the end of July. Near the end of the year the 2020 Subaru WRX and Subaru WRX Sti have a factory cutoff of early November and an order receipt cut off for the end of December.
It should be noted that order received between factory cutoff and order receipt cutoff are on a "Will Try" basis, depending on availability, so orders can still be submitted after the factory cutoff, however, as time goes on the availability will dwindle.
2021-MY Order Acceptance
The order acceptance timeframe for 2021 model-year vehicles was also revealed, along with their set first delivery month.
The 2021 Ascent has an order acceptance period of mid-May with a first delivery month set for August.
The 2021 Crosstrek has an order acceptance period set for mid-August and it’s first delivery month will be October.
The 2021 Legacy and Outback also have an order acceptance set for mid-August, but with the first delivery month scheduled for November.
Later, the 2021 Impreza has an order acceptance period scheduled for mid-June and a first delivery month set for September.
The 2021 Forester has an order acceptance period of mid-August and a first delivery month in November.
Finally, the 2021 Subaru WRX and Subaru WRX Sti have an order acceptance set for mid-January 2021 and a first delivery month of April 2021.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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