Last month, Subaru offered 2.9 percent auto loan rates on four of its six models. In October, Subaru has a better auto loan incentive and is offering 1.9 percent car loan financing across the board on its entire lineup, even on new 2011 models.
Although Subaru says on its site that the length of the auto loan is limited, there is no down payment required to receive the low car loan rate.
Subaru also has auto lease incentives on all six of its models in October. All leases are 42 months long, except for the 2011 Legacy, which is only 36 months long, and the 2011 Impreza WRX, with a lease of 48 months.
The 2011 Subaru Legacy sedan’s $199 October lease deal is comparable to Hyundai’s $199 Sonata lease incentive.
Both the 2010 and 2011 Subaru Impreza are $179 a month, but you need $1,478 at signing to lease the 2010 version, and only $1,178 at signing for the 2011 version. It’s a no-brainer to lease the 2011 Impreza.
The 2010 Impreza WRX can be leased for $279 a month with $1,578 due at signing, while the 2011 version is $309 a month with $2,008 at signing.
The 2011 Legacy sedan is $199 a month with $1,899 at signing. Subaru’s new 2011 Outback can be leased for $279 a month with $1,979 at signing. Remaining 2010 Forester crossovers are $229 a month with $1,929 due at lease signing. Lessees can get a 2010 Tribeca for $389 a month with $3,299 at signing.
In October, Subaru also has a college graduate program and auto loan rates as low as 2.99 percent for certified pre-owned 2005 to 2010 Subaru models. Subaru is also celebrating Fall Car Care Month with a free service inspection (full multi-point inspection and written report of your vehicle’s condition) in October.
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.