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Active car loans customers may be impressed by Subaru

Motorists with active outdoor lifestyles who are considering taking out car loans for new vehicles may want to take the opportunity to check out Subaru's range this week.

Motorists with active outdoor lifestyles who are considering taking out car loans for new vehicles may want to take the opportunity to check out Subaru's range this week.

The manufacturer has announced it is to showcase its line-up of all-wheel drive models at the National Boat, Caravan and Outdoor Show and the British Equestrian Trade Association (Beta) International event.

Subaru brand director John Fossey said the company's presence at both of these gatherings demonstrates the appeal of its vehicles to people who require a car which can tow a caravan, horse box, trailer or boat.

He stated the group's Forester, Legacy Outback and Impreza models enable "these active people to concentrate on their leisure time, not worrying about if they can get out at the end of the day".

Both events are scheduled to take place at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre.

The National Boat, Caravan and Outdoor Show runs from February 17th to 22nd, while the Beta International gathering started yesterday and finishes tomorrow.

Last month, Subaru announced it was rolling back the price of the Impreza WRX to what the first version of the car cost in 1994.


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