Why Your Smart Move Is To Not Buy The All-New 2020 Subaru Outback
If you are thinking of buying a newly-redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback, you might want to rethink your position. The all-new 2020 Outback models will be arriving any day, but the smart move could be to get the previous year 2019 model now. Just as Subaru Indiana Automotive is ramping up 2020 model change production at the U.S. plant in Lafayette, Indiana, there is still a good selection of 2019 models available sitting on dealer lots.
Subaru dealers will be giving financing deals and special offers to move the outgoing models off their lots to make room for the new Subaru Outback. The same could be true of the 2020 Legacy sedan. Dealers still have inventory and they will be getting new 2020 models about the same time as its stablemate SUV/Crossover.
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If you didn’t get a car on Labor Day weekend, September is still one of the best months to buy a new car. Subaru is still offering incentives to move the 2019 models off their lots. According to WalletHub, 69 percent of Americans surveyed are looking to purchase around this time of year, and it’s not too late.
This month, Subaru is offering a $50 reward card and 0% percent financing if you test-drive a 2019 Subaru Outback model. Now through September 30, you can get 0% for terms of up to 36 months on all Outback models. You can lease a 2019 Outback for $249/Month on a 36-month lease and also get the $50 reward card.
You can also get 0% financing on 2019 Subaru Legacy models through September 30, 2019, and you can get a new Legacy for $225/Month on a 36-month lease. Subaru is not offering the same $50 reward card for test driving a Legacy.
WalletHub says “Car-shoppers should make sure to do their homework in advance and then pit multiple car dealers against each other. When one quotes you a price, take it to the competition and see if they can beat it. Continue like that until you get the price you want, and don’t be afraid to walk away if you don’t.”
One large Subaru dealer near Denver told Torque News, “We are scheduled to receive our first two truckloads on October 11,” and they still have a large inventory of 2019 models to move. Your smart move could be to buy an outgoing 2019 Outback now before the 2020 Subaru Outback model change SUVs arrive.
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