Subaru Announces Price Cuts
If you are considering a Subaru XV for sale, you may be interested in the latest announcement from Subaru Australia. The company has recently announced that there will be price reductions of up to $1,000 for three of the most popular models, the New Subaru XV, Forester and Impreza. The largest price reduction is on the Forester models, which are now $1,000 cheaper than last season. For the Subaru XV, Australia consumers will now enjoy a $750 discount, while the Impreza has a $500 reduction.
The price changes will take effect from January 16th. Subaru Australia have announced that the reductions are a result of the upcoming free trade agreement which has been agreed between Australia and Japan. Since the models are produced in Japan, they will now attract lower federal import duties.
However, if you are unable to wait until January 16th, you can enjoy attractive pricing with the Subaru New Year Sales campaign. This means that, thanks to Subaru Australia subsidies, all current dealer stock of the Subaru XV for sale, in addition to Forester and Impreza models, will be priced at the reduced level. The pricing changes will take permanent effect from the 16th January.
For those interested in the Liberty, WRX and WRX STi, there will not be any price reductions implemented. According to Nick Senior, Managing Director of Subaru Australia, the pricing of these models, which were launched across 2014, have already been adjusted to provide a better deal for consumers. For example, the flagship model WRX STi had a price drop of $10,000 on the entry level specification compared to the outgoing model. Although the 2015 model BRZ had no price changes when it was launched back in August, the company has highlighted that the new model features additional equipment at no additional cost.
Subaru have obviously given great thought to their new pricing structure over the course of the last year. For example, last month the new Liberty was launched with a twenty five percent price reduction compared to the outgoing Liberty. The Outback was also significantly reduced with a seventeen percent reduction. According to Senior, the company has implemented a long term carefully thought out strategy to provide optimum results for consumers.
How these pricing changes will impact on the sales prices of second hand models, is as yet unknown. However, it is obvious that a new or used Subaru will provide consumers with a great deal. With the impressive level of equipment on even the base models, the new pricing structure illustrates that in 2015 Subaru will offer an even more attractive deal.
If you would like to know more about the new Subaru XV for sale or any of the current range of Subaru models, contact us. We have an extensive range of new and used models in our showroom. Our sales team would be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have, or arrange for your test drive. We feel confident that we can help you find the right vehicle at the right price.
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