2018 Subaru Forester

The Tanabata Festival is a colorful tradition of the Japanese culture, rooted from a story of star-crossed lovers who were only able to meet once a year. The tradition-turned legend is observed by merry-making and writing wishes on tanzakus (colorful papers) that are then hung on bamboo trees. 

You may wish to do how people in Japan do it but Subaru Philippines' executive distributor Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc. is making it easier for you. Writing "I want a Subaru XV" on a tanzaku wouldn't be necessary because you may own one at a considerable offer. Subaru PH is promoting the XV, Forester, and Outback with low downpayment (DP), plus some more freebies until July 8,2018.

Do you have P78,000 lying around? You may drive home the Forester right away if you do. Subaru PH is offering their compact crossover with low DP of P78,000 (for 2.0i-L variant, based on 20% DP). You may save up to P200,000 if you're paying it in cash. Meanwhile, all Forester variants come with P130,000-worth of Free Services and Accessories

Get the XV just by taking out P80,000 for DP from your bank account ( for 2.0i variant, based on 20% DP). Yup, it’s as low as that. Not only does it align with your tight budget, all variants also come with a P130,000-worth of free services and accessories. Cash transactions would save you up to P100,000. 

Last but literally not the least, the Outback SUV is available with P209,000 cash discount (applicable on 3.6RS variant for cash transaction). It’s perfect for those who are on a tight budget but actually want a car that they won't regret.

These wish-granting promos are available at all Subaru showrooms nationwide. Visiting customers will be treated with snacks and refreshments so bring in your kids, too, if you’re coming this weekend.

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