TC Subaru has launched a Peace of Mind campaign where where customers can now test drive a Subaru vehicle without leaving their homes.

Upon deciding to purchase the vehicle, customers will need to fill out an Online Booking form and proceed with a booking fee of RM188. A Subaru sales consultant will then finalise the booking and registration within five working days.

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All Subaru test drive vehicles are thoroughly sanitised before and after, including all touch points, including centre armrests, door handles and gear knob. All sales consultants are equipped with face masks and sanitisers, and have had their temperatures checked upon coming to work and two more times during the day.

During the campaign period, those who purchase the Forester or XV will receive services and rebates worth up to RM20,000, in addition to the sales tax exemption of up to RM5,000 till 31st of December 2020.

The Subaru XV is available in three variants – XV 2.0i, XV 2.0i-P and XV 2.0i-P GT Edition – and is priced from RM117,788 before sales tax exemptions. Those who purchase a new XV can opt for a 6-month zero installment plan as part of the Peace of Mind campaign.

As for the Subaru Forester, it’s available in three variants as well – Forester 2.0i-L, Forester 2.0i-S and Forester 2.0i-S Eyesight we reviewed – with prices starting from RM149,788 before sales tax exemptions.

With every XV or Forester sold, owners will receive a complimentary Subaru Eco Sterilising In-Cabin 3D Spray Service worth RM1,500. The sterilising service removes up to 99% of harmful bacteria and viruses.

As part of the Subaru’s commitment to safety, customers who visit any Subaru showroom in the country for a test drive will be given a complimentary bottle of Eco Sterilising Spray their hands or vehicles.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.