Subaru announces new offers in the UK to boost sales

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 11, 2012

Subaru UK has introduced a new lineup of very competitive finance offers for numerous manufacturer’s All-Wheel Drive models now offered with two years’ interest-free credit. The zero-interest offer is available on all base-specification models throughout the Subaru range (with the exception of the BRZ), offering buyers further incentive to buy a new model.

The offer includes the new five-star Euro NCAP safety rated Subaru XV, making it easier for motorists to acquire one of the safest and most impressive all-terrain compact crossovers available.

Subaru is hoping for this new finance deal to appeal to Subaru’s ‘heartland’ buyers, those who reside in rural and semi-rural areas who require practical and dependable motoring at a lower price.

Subaru is also offering permanent All-Wheel Drive and dealer service. Customers who sign up for the 0% offer have to give an initial 50% deposit and submit payment for the 50% that remains at the end of its two-year term. In addition, the current trade-in’s can be used as part-payment of the deposit over a new model.

The higher spec models are eligible for interest-free credit over a year. Meanwhile, low-rate finance – at only 3.9% APR – is now offered for Personal Contract Purchase buyers with smaller deposits.

Furthermore, the announcement of the new finance offer goes simultaneously with the availability of 24-hour test drives for all versions of the Legacy and Outback models, with the insurance that Subaru UK covers.

Topics: subaru, uk, sales

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