Subaru WRX STI S209 gets incentive for $65,000 price tag

Subaru WRX STI S209 gets incentive for $65,000 price tag

A few days back, Subaru revealed the pricing of its limited-edition WRX STi S209 for the American market. You can become the owner of one of the 209 units available by paying a price of $64,880 (including the $885 destination fee). With such a big price tag the hottest WRX is the most expensive Subaru to ever arrive in the country. It carries a hefty premium of $27,000 above the regular WRX STI.

Subaru WRX STI  front

But hey, a new incentive will help you have the privilege of driving the ultimate WRX STI. As reported, a new bulletin has been sent to all the US Subaru dealers by the firm. It mentions the new payment plan for the customers. The STI S209 is now eligible for 3.49% APR for up to 63 months. However the scheme does not look much attractive as compared to 1.9% APR for a 72-month deal offered on all other WRXs, but it saves the customers from paying a significant amount of money in interest.

Subaru WRX STI side

If we go through the mathematical calculation, it shows that if the $65,000 WRX purchased on 3.49% APR loan, then the actual paid price becomes $71,231 and monthly installment stands at $1,131 for 63 months. And if you get it at 6% APR with a 72-month contract, it would cost you around $75,935 by paying $1,205 monthly which means extra payment of $4,704.

Subaru WRX STI S209 front

The firm offers two colour choices- WR Blue Pearl and Crystal White Pearl. As it is a limited version model, so customers need to hurry to grab the offer. The model is expected to arrive at the US showrooms by the year-end.

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