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Supermini from Subaru, introduced in 1984 to slot between kei car [[Subaru Rex|Rex]] and larger [[Subaru Leone|Leone]]. Cleverly packaged Subaru virtues into a smaller car, including four-wheel drive, but the company eventually withdrew from this market. In Europe, it began fielding badge-engineered [[Suzuki]]s under an OEM deal. From February 2007, [[Daihatsu]] offered a badge-engineered version of its Boon to Subaru under another OEM deal.
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Supermini from Subaru, introduced in 1984 to slot between ''kei'' car [[Subaru Rex|Rex]] and larger [[Subaru Leone|Leone]]. Cleverly packaged Subaru virtues into a smaller car, including four-wheel drive, but the company eventually withdrew from this market. In Europe, it began fielding badge-engineered [[Suzuki]]s under an OEM deal. From February 2007, [[Daihatsu]] offered a badge-engineered version of its Boon to Subaru under another OEM deal.
  
  

Revision as of 04:21, 8 May 2011

Supermini from Subaru, introduced in 1984 to slot between kei car Rex and larger Leone. Cleverly packaged Subaru virtues into a smaller car, including four-wheel drive, but the company eventually withdrew from this market. In Europe, it began fielding badge-engineered Suzukis under an OEM deal. From February 2007, Daihatsu offered a badge-engineered version of its Boon to Subaru under another OEM deal.



Marque: Subaru





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