Should I Lease Or Buy My Next Subaru?

No two drivers from Lake Forester are the same. They have different needs as well as different financial backgrounds.

Some drivers may be better suited to leasing their next Subaru while financing is a better option for others. Which financing option is best for you?


Leasing is a very popular option for many Laguna Niguel drivers and is when you enter a contract with us, the dealership, to drive a new Subaru Crosstrek or Impreza for an agreed upon amount of time for an agreed upon amount each month.

  • Pros: Lower monthly payment, the ability to get behind a more expensive model, lower maintenance costs, easily get into a new Subaru at the end of your lease, new Subaru every 2-3 years, latest features and new technology
  • Cons: limited number of miles each year, no special customizations, fees for not taking good care of your leased Subaru, penalties for getting out of the lease early
  • Buying:

    Buying or leasing is when Anaheim drivers purchase their next Subaru out right.

  • Pros: No limit to how many miles you can drive in a year, save money in the long run, no monthly payments once your Subaru is paid off, use the value of your Subaru for trade-in on your next Subaru, flexibility to sell your Subaru whenever
  • Cons: higher down payment, you are fully responsible for maintenance costs, possible trade in or selling hassle when you want to get into a new Subaru
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    Here at Irvine Subaru there is a team of financing experts who are here to help guide Tustin drivers through the financing process and answer all of your questions. You can also begin the financing process right from home and put yourself ahead of the game by finding the value of your current vehicle for trade and fill out the credit application. Then when you come down to the dealership you will be two steps closer to getting the keys to your new Forester, Ascent or Legacy and hitting the road on a new adventure.

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