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August 18, 2022

Subaru PH Offering Zero Percent Interest On Evoltis, Discounts On XV

Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the Philippines, makes the wet weather more bearable and much safer for customers who take advantage of their special August Rainy Day Deals.

Subaru’s Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system makes highway driving safe, smooth and stress-free. The system automatically adjusts the cruising speed to suit the traffic flow. This is especially useful during the monsoon season. EyeSight with ACC is your convenient co-driver on every journey, long or short.

Come experience exceptional driving enjoyment with Subaru’s EyeSight technology and the Subaru Global Platform, a bedrock of performance driving capability that reduces vibration, minimizes noise and provides excellent handling under all road conditions.

From now to the end of August, car buyers can now own a new Subaru at these attractive deals.

Subaru XV 2.0 i-S EyeSight CVT (P 1,908,000)

Choose one offer from:
  • As low as P 20,710 per month, or
  • As low as P 269,000 down payment, or
  • As high as P 210,000 outright cash savings
Subaru Evoltis 2.4 Touring EyeSight CVT (P 3,480,000)

Choose one offer from:
  • Zero interest for 12 months at 40 percent down payment, or
  • As high as P 100,000 outright cash savings
Customers who schedule a test drive with any of our Subaru Sales Consultants will receive Subaru merchandise upon arrival at the showroom (limit of one per customer). Subaru buyers can take home the XV and Evoltis on the following week of their initial visit (for cash transactions).


  1. Seems like the image of Subaru, as a whole, has dipped. They’re no longer known to be making sporty turbocharged cars but now they’re more known for making rugged vehicles.

    1. Not even that. They're like the de facto cars for rich titas here in PH

    2. I mean Subaru was initially recognized as a "car for farmers" before they started their "sporty car maker" image when they raced imprezas in rallying. Although, yes nowadays, they mainly sell crossovers (like any other car maker, sadly) along with the WRX and BRZ as the only "sporty" offerings in the Philippines. Pretty sad to be honest.


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