Best Subaru Deals & Lease Offers In August

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, Automotive Analyst - August 3, 2020

August brings much of the same for Subaru's deals. A majority of the lineup remains eligible for 0% APR for 63 months. More popular vehicles like the 2020 Crosstrek and WRX, see a slightly higher rate at 0.9% for 48 months.

In terms of leasing, a few vehicles see a slight decrease in payment. Shoppers should note that sometimes more expensive vehicles may be a better deal. In the case of the 2020 Ascent, with an effective monthly cost of $388/month, it presents one of the best value options in the lineup.

Specials from Subaru vary by region and expire August 31, 2020. Examples listed here are for Los Angeles. Expect lease prices to be around $10-20 higher in other parts of the country.

Top Subaru Lease Deals & Incentives

Model Best Lease Deal Best Finance Offer Best Cash Incentive
Subaru Impreza
Lease from $175/month (2020 Impreza) 0% APR for 63 months (2020 Impreza) $500 Lease Loyalty (2020 Impreza)
Subaru Crosstrek
Lease from $259/month (2020 Crosstrek) 0.9% APR for 48 months (2020 Crosstrek) $500 Lease Loyalty (2020 Crosstrek)
Subaru Forester
Lease from $265/month (2020 Forester) 0% APR for 63 months (2020 Forester) $500 Lease Loyalty (2020 Forester)
Subaru Outback
Nissan Titan
Lease from $249/month (2020 Outback) 0% APR for 63 months (2020 Outback) $500 Lease Loyalty (2020 Outback)
Subaru Ascent
Lease from $305/month (2020 Ascent) 0% APR for 63 months (2020 Ascent) $500 Lease Loyalty (2020 Ascent)

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Insider Tips for Subaru Shoppers

Subaru's vehicles generally don't last long on dealer lots. The brand may not be the biggest out there, but the average car or SUV sells rather quickly. As a result, big discounts are unusual with no rebates or cash incentives to speak of. That said, the brand does offer a $500 loyalty discount for those planning to lease another Subaru. If you think you may be eligible, be sure to ask your local dealer about the latest rules & restrictions.

Strong residual values remain a big selling point for the brand's sedans and SUVs. The main benefit comes in the form of better-than-average lease offers. If you're planning to buy, Subaru tends to offer financing offers ranging from 0.9% APR to as much as 2.9%. We've never seen 0% APR before on any Subaru, which is in contrast to brands like Hyundai and Ford that seem to offer 0% financing at any given time. Certified pre-owned Subarus sometimes feature rates as low as 0.99% based on our monthly analysis of CPO offers.

Shoppers should be aware that strict advertising rules prevent dealers from advertising Subaru prices below invoice. As a result, you'll have to engage in negotiations with a dealer to see the best prices in your area. Looking for the latest technology? The brand is now offering its popular EyeSight driver assistance package as standard equipment in an increasing number of vehicles, although an important catch is that prices are now quite a bit higher as a result.

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, Automotive Analyst

Kelly Campbell is a SoCal native with a background in marketing, communications, and technical writing. Having spent her entire career in the automotive industry, Kelly brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for cars to her role as an Automotive Analyst at CarsDirect.

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