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Subaru Brat Sales Figures

Subaru Brat

The Brat was a two-door pick-up truck based on the Subaru Leone. The Brat was discontinued from the US market in 1987, and Subaru would introduce the Legacy-based Subaru Baja pick-up truck in 1991.

Subaru Brat Overview

The Subaru BRAT, short for Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter, was a pickup truck produced by Subaru from 1978 to 1994. It was based on the Subaru Leone station wagon, but it had a unique rear end with two side-facing jump seats.

The BRAT was powered by a 1.6L or 1.8L four-cylinder engine that produced 80 or 95 horsepower. It was available with either a four-wheel drive or two-wheel drive system. The BRAT was known for its quirky design, off-road capabilities, and affordability. It was a popular choice for young people and those who wanted a unique and versatile vehicle. The BRAT was discontinued following the 1994 model year. It was replaced by the Subaru Baja, which was a more conventional pickup truck.

Overall, the Subaru BRAT was a unique and versatile vehicle that was popular with young people and those who wanted a different kind of pickup truck. It was not as practical or as powerful as some rivals, but it was a good value for the money.

Subaru Brat Sales Figures

Subaru Brat U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
1977 1,353
1978 22,945
1979 23,441
1980 12,003
1981 5,553
1982 6,909
1983 5,897
1984 4,840
1985 4,075
1986 4,142
1987 1,274
1988 12

US Annual Growth