Subaru has recently announced that the deliveries of its 2012 Impreza model have been slowed down because of the brake recall.
After announcing a recall at the beginning of December which has affected its 2012 Impreza model, along with the Legacy and Outback, the Japanese based automaker had “suffered some damage” because deliveries of the 2012 Impreza have been slowed down. Subaru says that at this point, there are plenty of cars at some dealerships on the lot but since many of them haven’t been fixed yet, the carmaker can’t deliver them to customers. But this actually isn’t the fault of Subaru dealerships and the recall effort is prioritizing the shipment of parts for cars by manufacturing date.
As a reminder, The NHTSA said that the recall has affected 11.553 Impreza models, made between April and November, including the sedan and the wagon, but not the WRX or the STI. Other 20.406 Legacy and Outback models, made between October 17 and November 23, will be affected by the recall. Owners of the above mentioned models will have to make a trip to the dealerships this month and they can contact Subaru at 1-800-782-2783. 21.959 units of the Impreza, Legacy and Outback have been affected by the recall and the carmaker received 112 reports of the problem in the United States and Canada.