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Subaru Trezia Sales Figures

Subaru Trezia

The Subaru Trezia is a compact car that was introduced in certain markets in the early 2010s. However, it’s important to note that the Subaru Trezia is essentially a rebadged version of the Toyota Ractis (also known as the Toyota Verso-S in some markets). The partnership stemmed from Toyota’s stake in Subaru’s parent company, Fuji Heavy Industries (now known as Subaru Corporation).

Subaru Trezia Overview

The Trezia shared its platform with the Toyota Ractis, so the two cars were quite similar in terms of exterior and interior design. This type of car is commonly known as a “badge-engineered” model, where the same car is sold under different brand names with minimal changes. It’s a compact MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle), emphasizing interior space within a relatively small footprint. Engine options for the Trezia were mostly small-displacement petrol engines, suited for city driving and fuel efficiency. There was also a diesel variant available in certain markets.

The interior was designed for practicality, with a relatively spacious cabin for its size. It offered flexibility in terms of cargo and seating configurations, catering to urban families and those looking for versatile transportation. It came equipped with basic features typical for compact cars of its era, such as air conditioning, power windows, and an audio system. More premium trims had added conveniences and infotainment features.

Subaru Trezia Europe Sales Data & Charts

The Trezia was primarily targeted at European markets, where compact MPVs have a niche due to the urban-centric driving environment and narrow roads. It wasn’t as widely available as some of Subaru’s more iconic models like the Impreza or Forester, and its presence was limited to regions where the model fit the market demand. The car was appreciated for its practicality and efficiency, but it didn’t carry the distinct Subaru identity that many enthusiasts and loyalists associate with the brand.

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2011 2,808
2012 2,029
2013 1,480
2014 389
2015 49
2016 1

Europe Annual Growth