If you’re looking at buying a new Subaru, it might be worth hastening your purchase to before the end of the month to receive an extra two year’s warranty and free roadside assistance.
According to the small print, the vehicles have to be sold and delivered by September 30, though Subaru Australia spokesman told WhichCar “any foreseen delays outside the control of the customer/dealer/Subaru Australia can be accommodated”.
Subaru says there are no plans to permanently expand its usual three-year/unlimited kilometre warranty on its cars beyond this offer.
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