|Body style(s)||4-door hatchback|
It was launched in Japan on October 9, 1998, replacing the Vivio, when Japanese regulations dictated a size change in the kei car tax bracket, and every kei car model from every make was redesigned as a result.
In June 1999, Subaru launched a luxurios of the Pleo, called the Nesta.
In October 1999, a sporty version of the Pleo was launched, called the LS.
In May 2000, Subaru launched a G Edition of the Pleo Nesta.
In December 2000, Subaru launched a retro-styled Pleo called the Pleo Niccoto.
In May 2001, a very sporty version of the Pleo was launched, called the RS.
In October 2001, the Pleo got its first face-lift.
In October 2002, a second face-lift for the Pleo was launched.
In June 2007, the Pleo Van was launched.
Subaru, a division of Fuji Heavy Industries, vehicle timeline, 1990s–present
|Impreza GC/GF/GM||Impreza GD/GG||Impreza GE/GH/GR|
|Mid-size||Legacy BC/BF/BJ||Legacy BD/BG/BK||Legacy BE/BH||Legacy BL/BP|
|Sports coupé||XT AX||SVX CX|
|Compact MPV||Traviq||Exiga YA|
|Crossover/SUV||Forester SF||Forester SG||Forester SH|
|Outback BG||Outback BH||Outback BP|
|Current||Exiga · Forester · Impreza · Legacy · Outback · Pleo · R1 · R2 · Sambar · TransCare · Tribeca|
|Historic||1500 · 360 · 1000 · Alcyone XT · Alcyone SVX · Baja · BRAT · FF-1 G · FF-1 Star · Justy · Leone · Sumo/Libero · R-2 · Rex · Traviq · Vivio|
|Concept||Subaru B11S · G4e · B5 TPH · B9 Scrambler|