Earlier this month, Subaru of America rolled the first American-made 2017 Subaru Impreza off the line. Historically built in Japan, Subaru has been working for three years to prepare to make the new Impreza made in the USA. American jobs will also take a boost, according to Tom Easterday, Senior Executive Vice President of SIA. “The move has allowed us to create hundreds of new jobs not only at SIA, but also at our suppliers in Indiana and across the country.” The Impreza joins the Outback and Legacy as vehicles built in the United States.
This makes the new Impreza even more American than the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, where many are assembled in their plant in Silao, Mexico. Other vehicles with American companies that are made in Mexico include the Ford Fiesta, built in Cuautitlán, Mexico, and the Regular and Crew Cab models of the Ram 1500 and 2500 pickups, built in Saltillo, Mexico. Want to buy American? Buy a Subaru Impreza!