BRZ Is A Sell Out On Both Sides Of The Tasman

BRZ Is A Sell Out On Both Sides Of The Tasman

Subaru’s BRZ sports car has sold out for 2012 on both sides of the Tasman.

In Australia the 201 cars available between now and the end of the year sold-out after just three hours of being available in an exclusive on line sales site on Subaru Australia’s website.

And all 12 cars allocated to New Zealand have been presold for when they are delivered to customers on December 12.

Demand temporarily stalled Subaru Australia’s website, but after it went “live” the first online customer took just 20 minutes to complete the process, from choosing accessories, completing their contract and paying their deposit.

There were eight orders in the first five minutes and 50 cars sold in 90 minutes in Australia.

BRZ orders in both countries are now against stock due to be delivered in early 2013.

The BRZ is built at Subaru’s Gunma plant in Japan and is offered in a single high specification model with a choice of six speed manual or automatic transmission. The two litre Boxer engine provides 147 kWs.

The sports coupe has achieved a five star ANCAP crash testing rating, the highest possible.

Subaru’s BRZ sports car has sold out for 2012 on both sides of the Tasman.

In Australia the 201 cars available between now and the end of the year sold-out after just three hours of being available in an exclusive on line sales site on Subaru Australia’s website.

And all 12 cars allocated to New Zealand have been presold for when they are delivered to customers on December 12.

Demand temporarily stalled Subaru Australia’s website, but after it went “live” the first online customer took just 20 minutes to complete the process, from choosing accessories, completing their contract and paying their deposit.

There were eight orders in the first five minutes and 50 cars sold in 90 minutes in Australia.

BRZ orders in both countries are now against stock due to be delivered in early 2013.

The BRZ is built at Subaru’s Gunma plant in Japan and is offered in a single high specification model with a choice of six speed manual or automatic transmission. The two litre Boxer engine provides 147 kWs.

The sports coupe has achieved a five star ANCAP crash testing rating, the highest possible.

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