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Subaru Leone [AC]

Subaru Leone [AC] in The Assignment, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: JP

Subaru Leone [AC]

Position 01:14:29 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2006-07-22 22:56

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Left of the 504 who is driving in reverse.

bref FR

2006-07-22 22:58

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Leone

garco NL

2006-07-22 23:27

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Actually I thought Subaru L(oyale).

bref FR

2006-07-22 23:34

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I was thinking in this one:
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2349922

garco NL

2006-07-22 23:46

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Yes, me too, but we think of the same car, but different names...
/vehicle_40573-Subaru-Loyale.html

-- Last edit: 2006-07-22 23:47:06

bref FR

2006-07-22 23:52

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:think: different market different names (à la Toyota Chaser/Cressida/MarkII) or wrong sources?

garco NL

2006-07-23 00:19

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Maybe we should make this Subaru L for the time being, that was the name in Holland.

bref FR

2006-07-23 00:25

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Found that on Wikipédia:
The Subaru Leone is a compact automobile produced by Subaru from June 1971 to February 1989 when it was replaced by the Subaru Loyale, which was essentially the same car, only with a different name. The Leone was known as the "GL/DL" in North America...

We need a Subaru specialist here!

L1800Turbo DE

2006-07-24 16:15

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The name is Subaru Leone in Japan and many other countries, but in the USA it's simply a DL, GL, GL-10, ..
In Australia it's for example L Series and in Germany L-Serie or also L1800.. many names for one car ;)
The name Loyale is just the name for the last Leone model in the USA from 1990-93. It was sold as own model, in Europe still existed the same name until 1993, but there was only the cheap version with some extra equipment left. In Germany it was "Travel" in Switzerland it was "Swiss Special".

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