Free fuel with Subarus
28 June 2006

With fuel costs at their highest for 20 years, Subaru is offering a big incentive to those buying its fast but not hugely frugal cars.

Customers who purchase selected models, including the Impreza WRX and STi, and the Legacy Spec B, will get vouchers for a whopping £3000-worth of fuel. That’s over 3000 litres of 97-RON unleaded, or the equivalent of around two years’ fuel for the average motorist.

Those buying less powerful Subarus will also benefit, with vouchers for £1000-worth of fuel. The vouchers can be redeemed at any of 10,000 participating garages nationwide.

This offer applies to new Subarus sold through the authorised UK Subaru dealer network and registered between 1 July and 30 September 2006.

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