Subaru Has Amazing BRZ Offers Right Now

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And they last longer than you probably think.

The Subaru BRZ may be old but the rear-wheel-drive coupe is nearly everything driving enthusiasts on a budget could ever want and then some. Along with its corporate twin, the Toyota 86, the BRZ has managed to persevere despite being a niche vehicle since 2012. We know Subaru and Toyota are working on successors though we don't have a precise timetable just yet as to when it'll arrive. For now, the BRZ remains on sale and Subaru is anxious to sell you one.

The automaker currently has some very attractive retail and lease financing offers that anyone in the market needs to take full advantage of. Both the 2019 and 2020 BRZ are available with a 0.9 percent APR financing offer with no down payment required. As usual, certain restrictions will apply along with credit approval.

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The offer does not specifically state the length of the financing contract, only that it is "limited." There were no significant changes for the 2020 BRZ, hence the duplicate finance offer.

If you prefer to lease, there's a $399 per month for 36 months deal on the table for the standard Limited trim, though $2,199 is due at signing with a $0 security deposit. The total monthly payments come to $14,364 and there's an end of lease purchase option price of $15,467. It's important to know this applies to a vehicle with an MSRP of $29,745. Those deciding to purchase the BRZ at the end of the lease will ultimately pay just a little over MSRP.

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Potential lessees should also note there's a 12,000-mile yearly limit during the lease period. All of the above offers, which appear to be nationwide cannot be combined with any other incentives, but it's always important to compare prices from one dealership to another. If you need some additional time to think about buying or leasing a new BRZ, you actually have it.

These offers are not set to expire until April 30, 2020.

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