Subaru BRZ 2013 practically made Aussies scrambling over the top of another to get their first ride chance at the newest BRZ sport car that has just been released this month. It seems that Subaru Head Quarter in Japanese must work extra hard to keep up with the growing demands of Australian public as soon as the new model was announced for the first time. Subaru BRZ 2013 is surely the next big thing not only in Australia but also worldwide, and that is why that Subaru Japan is struggling to fulfill the stock requests from Australia and other countries.
Subaru BRZ 2013 and Unexpected High Demands
While the big enthusiasm of Australian public toward the new Subaru BRZ 2013 is surely a good news, the national corporate affair manager of Subaru Australia David Rowley stated that Subaru Australia is in the middle of negotiation process to get extra stocks; not an easy request since high demands also occur in other countries worldwide. Rowley was afraid that although the extra supplies had been thought about before, the unexpected high enthusiasm over the new Subaru BRZ 2013 is so big that many people must be put in waiting list until next February, and more perhaps would be disappointed.
Future Extra Stocking Plan for Subaru BRZ 2013
Subaru BRZ 2013 is one of the newest sport cars that has highest demands worldwide; so high that the first 201 newly released units was sold out in less than 24 hours. Now, Subaru Australia must meet high demands and compelled by public to add their stocks. Now, Subaru Australia has prepared up to 600 units to fulfill waiting lists that would probably grow longer until the next month. When the promised units have been sent, many Aussies who haven’t gotten any change to get in the waiting list must probably wait until the next May to get their own shares of Subaru BRZ 2013.
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