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.
Unveiled in Europe in '96, the Subaru Outback started the 'Crossover' idea, putting together the superb handling of a family estate, spacious interior and comfort with the off-road capacity and ground clearance of an SUV. This unique mix of capabilities has now been enhanced even further.
The latest Subaru Outback is virtually bigger than its predecessor, and has literally increased all its dimensions. It is also more functional and efficient to drive off-road and on-road, and gives more space and comfort for all on board.
While the new model keeps the strong, confident built like its older brothers, the latest Outback prides itself for its new unique appearance. There's an easily noticeable grille which showcases Subaru's latest 'wing' logo. This strong detailing, paired with two totally modern, 3D headlights, provides the all-around car a sleek but functional appeal.
Subaru Outback's profile is still as masculine as it can get, with standard-fit 17-inch alloys, flared wheel arches, and a glass-case surrounded in chrome. Its roofline flows to the back, where it joins newly painted D-pillars.
The interior has an elegant design that suits the new Subaru Outback's boyish body lines. Subaru's design team concentrated mostly on creating a vibe of quality and spacious cabin. And thanks to some enhancements like more flexibility on the seats, more comfortable cushion and cuts in NVH levels, the Subaru Outback's interior is now a more sophisticated and comfortable car to drive.
It has a six-speed manual gearbox and its 1,998cc diesel engine creates a max of 150ps and a max torque of 350Nm.