There is a new era of car buying and it just might stick. The coronavirus has made your life difficult, but the global pandemic could produce something good, and you might not ever buy a car the traditional way again. There is a new way to buy a new 2020 Subaru Forester, Outback, Crosstrek, and Ascent SUV. You can buy a new car from the comfort of your home and a new generation of buyers may not ever go back to the old way. It’s almost as easy as ordering a pizza and you can have the car delivered to your home.
It’s called the Push Start online platform and some Subaru dealers now offer the online buying service. Buying a car entirely online is not a new idea, but it puts Subaru retailers in a position to operate as a traditional dealership and an online vehicle retailer. This gives the customer several advantages. You can sit at home, do your research, and then get the newest Subaru vehicles delivered to your door. You can also check on newly arriving models before they hit the car lot.
Other advantages include providing you an instant loan approval in minutes and not waiting days to hear back from the credit union or bank on your car loan. You build the loan to your liking in terms of the monthly payment, down payment, and term length. You can also have access to any Subaru of America incentives they may be offering customers, like no-interest financing specials and manufacturer rebates.
They can offer financing online and can also offer lease options without ever visiting a retailers’ showroom. If the dealer doesn’t have the exact color and trim level you want, they can get the vehicle from another local dealer for you. You will still work with a salesperson, but you can do it through text, email, or call and talk to them directly throughout the process.
Once you've made your online purchase, the Subaru retailer will deliver your new 2020 Subaru Forester, Outback, Crosstrek, or Ascent straight to you wherever and whenever you choose, or you can pick it up in person. This is the new evolution in car buying, and you might not ever go back to the traditional way again.
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