Subaru, like Hyundai, is bucking the trend of 0 percent auto loan financing this month. While almost every other automaker is offering interest-free car loans, Subaru is offering 2.9 percent financing on all five of its models.
Although Subaru says on its site that the length of the contract (auto loan) is limited, there is no down payment required.
The 2011 Subaru Outback can be leased for $279 a month in August, which is cheaper than the 2010 Outback’s lease incentive.
Shoppers can also take advantage of lease specials on all Subaru models in August. All leases are 42 months long, except for the Legacy, which is 36 months. For less than $200 a month, the 2010 or 2011 Impreza is $179 a month with $1,478 due at signing. The 2010 or 2011 Legacy is $199 a month with $1,899 due at singing.
The 2010 Subaru Impreza WRX can be leased for $279 a month with $1,578 at lease signing. Subaru’s new 2011 Outback is $279 a month with $1,979 at lease signing. This is cheaper than leasing the older 2010 Outback at $285 a month with $1,985 due at signing.
The 2010 Forester is $229 a month with $1,929 due at lease signing. Lessees can get a Subaru Tribeca for $389 a month with $3,299 at signing.
In August, Subaru also has a college graduate program and auto loan rates as low as 2.99 percent for certified pre-owned Subaru models.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check Subaru’s site to find the incentives in your area.