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The XV marks two good things _ a more sensibly priced Subaru and a new choice in the compact SUV market

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Subaru's decision to start building cars in Malaysia and forward them to Thailand with no import tax should be good news for fans. 

Previously, all Subarus came from Japan and were subject to the notorious 80% duty that was put in place when the Asian financial crisis hit in 1997.

Since annual sales for Subaru will now number in the hundreds each year, they have expanded their national sales network to accommodate the increasing number of customers.

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