Subaru Corp


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Subaru Of America Reported 70,039 Vehicle Sales For August 2019, A 9.3% Increase

Subaru Of America Says Sold 64,106 Vehicles For July 2019, Up 7.9%

Subaru Of America Says Reported 61,511 Vehicle Sales For June 2019, Up 2.8%


About Subaru Corp

SUBARU CORPORATION is a Japan-based company engaged in the manufacture of Subaru automobiles. The Company operates through two business segments. The Automobile segment is engaged in the manufacture, sale and repairing of mini cars, small cars, ordinary cars and their parts. The Aerospace segment is engaged in the manufacture, sale and repairing of aircraft, space-related equipment and parts. The Company is also engaged in real estate leasing business, the manufacture and sale of houses, as well as the provision of repair services of houses.


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Ebisu Subaru Bldg., 1-20-8, Ebisu


Executive Leadership

Yasuyuki Yoshinaga

Chairman of the Board

Tomomi Nakamura

President, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director

Toshiaki Okada

Chief Financial Officer, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Director

Tetsuo Ohnuki

Chief Technology Officer, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief Senior Director of Technology, Director

Kazuo Hosoya

Vice President, Representative Director

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2.29 mean rating - 21 analysts
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Latest News

Tokyo stocks rebound on Trump's comments on Japan auto tariffs; Subaru, tyremakers shine

Japanese shares staged a modest rebound on Tuesday after a sharp selloff in the previous session as investors were relieved by U.S. President Donald Trump's comments that the United States would not imminently impose new tariffs on autos imported from Japan.

Subaru first-quarter profit climbs 48% on strong U.S. SUV sales

Subaru Corp <7270.T> reported a 48% increase in first-quarter operating profit on Monday as global sales grew, led by demand for the Ascent and Forester SUVs in the United States.

Toyota, Subaru team up to develop electric SUV in battle against costs

Toyota Motor Corp and Subaru Corp on Thursday said they plan to jointly develop a battery-electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) on a platform produced together as they seek to split the cost of producing the lower-emissions car.

Toyota, Subaru to develop battery electric vehicle platform

Toyota Motor Corp and Subaru Corp have agreed to jointly develop a battery-electric-vehicle (BEV) platform and a BEV sport-utility vehicle for sale under each company's own brand, Toyota said on Thursday.

Subaru expects recovering sales to boost profit after dismal 12 months

Japanese automaker Subaru Corp on Friday forecast profit to jump about a third this year on a projected recovery in vehicle sales, bouncing back from last year when earnings halved due to production delays and mounting product recalls.

Subaru releases earnings early after snafu, last FY op profit halves

Subaru Corp released its earnings results hours ahead of schedule on Friday after the Japanese automaker inadvertently uploaded its financials on its website earlier than planned.

Japan's Subaru plans biggest-ever global recall over brake lights

Subaru Corp plans to recall around 2.3 million vehicles globally over a brake light problem, in what would be the automaker's biggest-ever recall as it grapples with a series of quality-related issues following rapid expansion.

Nikkei ends 1 pct up on futures buying, posts 3rd week of gains

Tokyo's Nikkei share average surged to 2-1/2-month highs on futures buying after the dollar rose against the yen on the back of strong U.S. economic growth, giving Japanese exporters a boost.

Nikkei boosted by futures buying, poised for 3rd weekly gains

Tokyo's Nikkei share average pulled ahead on futures buying after the dollar rose against the yen on the back of stronger-than-expected U.S. gross domestic product data, giving Japanese exporters a boost.

Subaru sees profit at six-year low on stoppage but turnaround hopes lift shares

Japan's Subaru Corp cut its full-year earnings forecast by 16 percent to flag its weakest profit in six years due to a production stoppage but its shares climbed 6 percent as some investors were optimistic the worst was over for the automaker.

Subaru cuts annual profit forecast on plant outage

Subaru Corp slashed its full-year outlook on Thursday as the Japanese automaker struggled with production and issues stemming from a defect in one of its components.

Subaru restarts production at Japan car factory

Subaru Corp said it restarted its sole car factory in Japan on Monday after halting the plant for almost two weeks due to a suspected defect in a power-steering component.

Subaru probe finds 3,400 staff were not paid for overtime work

Subaru Corp on Friday said it did not pay overtime wages over a two-year period to some 3,400 employees who under-reported their hours, a revelation that surfaced in an internal probe following the 2016 suicide of an overworked employee.

Subaru halts bulk of global car output over part defect

Subaru Corp <7270.T> said its sole car factory in Japan, accounting for roughly 60 percent of global production, could be out of action for almost two weeks after it discovered a suspected defect in a power-steering component.

Subaru says Japan car output halted due to defective part

Subaru Corp said its sole car factory in Japan accounting for roughly 60 percent of global production had halted output a week ago after it discovered a defect in a component procured from a supplier.

Japan's Subaru recalls more cars, slashes guidance as cheating issue widens

Japan's Subaru Corp <7270.T> said it would recall more vehicles sold in the domestic market on new cases of inspection cheating, and cautioned that rising recall costs would lop off about a quarter from its annual profit forecast.

Subaru to slash guidance, cut output after finding more cheating -Nikkei

Subaru Corp will reduce output at its main factory in Japan after finding new cases of inspection cheating and will slash its annual profit forecast by a quarter to 220 billion yen ($1.94 billion), the Nikkei business daily reported on Monday.

Japan's Subaru halves H1 profit outlook on faulty car check row

Automaker Subaru Corp on Tuesday nearly halved its operating profit forecast for the April-September period due to higher quality-related costs, in the wake of it not adhering to proper inspection steps last year that led to a vehicle recall.

Japan's Subaru books worst quarterly profit in five years on U.S. sales slump

Subaru Corp on Monday reported its lowest quarterly profit in over five years, driven by a slump in demand for one of its popular sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in the United States before an updated model launches later in the year.

Japan's Subaru books 52 pct profit slide in Q1, misses estimates

Subaru Corp on Monday reported a 51.8 percent fall in operating profit for the first quarter due to lower global sales, particularly in the United States, while discounts on U.S. sales also stung the automaker's bottom line.

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