Subaru Hits 4 Million Mark at Indiana Facility

You ever wonder where new Subaru vehicles come from? Well, many places, really, but three are built in Lafayette, Indiana. The facility opened its doors in 1989, and now, all these years later, it has hit a pretty significant milestone.

The 4 millionth vehicle was recently assembled at the plant, which has produced nine different models across four manufacturers over the years, but has mainly provided us with Subarus.

As for the vehicle that has the honorary distinction of being 4 million? It's an Outback for the 2014 model year, in Deep Indigo Blue. The vehicle was able to celebrate with the facility's first-ever model built, a first-generation Legacy.

In addition to those two models, the Lafayette plant also makes the Tribeca, and soon, thanks to a $400-million investment, they will add the Impreza to the roster. The hope is that by 2017, the facility will be able to produce one million more units, and provide us all with more options in the new Subaru lineup at Subaru of Orange Park.

To learn more about the vehicles made in Indiana, and on display here in our Jacksonville, FL showroom, stop in and see us during regular business hours, or contact us online. Our team would be happy to continue the conversation and provide you with all the necessary details, answer any questions you might have, and set up test drives at your convenience.

If you're already one of many proud Subaru owners, make sure your satisfaction is everlasting, and pay a visit to our service and auto repair specialists, who will take care of all your maintenance needs.

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