Subaru Lease Deals

Subaru have a reputation for creating impressive cars that perform well on the world's rally circuits but their cars are equally at home on everyday streets with the ever-popular Subaru Impreza leading the way. Find out about our new Subaru financing deals today!

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Subaru have a reputation for creating impressive cars that perform well on the world's rally circuits but their cars are equally at home on everyday streets with the ever-popular Subaru Impreza leading the way.

A Bit About Subaru

Subaru is a Japanese automobile manufacturer famous for its development of boxer engines and Symmetrical All Wheel Drive trains.

Although an international car maker, In the West, Subaru’s cars appeal to a small, devoted core of buyers who desire a signature engine and an all-wheel drive train for rough/off-road capabilities or an affordable sports car.

In Motorsport, Subaru is known for its Impreza WRX and WRX STI, famously driven by Colin McRae and the Subaru rally team.

Subaru started life as Fuji Heavy Industries, an aircraft research company, reorganised into the Nakajima Aircraft Company, which became a significant supplier of aircraft and engines to the Japanese Empire during World War Two.

Post Second World War, the company was reorganised as the forward Fuji Sangyo Co Limited in 1946 and created the Fuji Rabbit, a motor scooter built from leftover aircraft components.

The company was soon engaged in building a car, and this led to the development of P-1Kita for marketing purposes; it was named “Subaru”, which is Japanese for the Pleiades star cluster; the first car with the six-star badge was called the Subaru 1500

Only twenty cars were manufactured owing to supply issues; subsequently, the company designed and manufactured dozens of vehicles, including the tiny air-cooled 360 in 1958, the Samba in 1961 and the 1000, which saw the introduction of the Subaru boxer engine in 1965.

SUBARU CROSSTREK HATCHBACK 2.0i e-Boxer Limited 5dr Lineartronic

Our Subaru Range

Before choosing the Subaru you plan to lease, we recommend determining your budget. Calculate what you can afford each month and the maximum amount you can spend. Once you've found the right deal, be sure to speak to us and be guided through the process. Whichever Subaru you choose, you’ll benefit from expert assistance every step of the way, a full warranty from Subaru and no depreciation on your new car!

Get your blistering Subaru car leasing deal from FVL today by choosing a model from our Subaru range.

Disclaimer: Please note that the specifications listed below were correct at the time of writing and based on availability. Specs and availability should always be checked before agreeing to our leasing deals.

Boxer Engine

The boxer engine, flat or horizontally opposed, is where the cylinders are located on either side of a central crankshaft. The opposing Pistons move inwards and outwards simultaneously like boxing competitors punching their gloves together before a fight.

The main benefits of a boxer engine are that it has very low vibrations, is smaller, and has a low centre of mass, leading to better linear acceleration; the engines are widely used in aircraft.

Subaru also offers turbocharged versions of their cars, such as the WRX, Legacy on the Outback XT, Ascent formally on the Legacy GT and Forrester XT.

Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (SAWD)

The symmetrical all-wheel drive developed by Subaru is a full-time 4-wheel drive system. The system works with the boxer engine; effectively, it offers symmetric symmetry, optimum weight distribution and a low centre of gravity.

Improved steering is a notable characteristic of the Subaru. Since 1996, all Subaru models sold on the international market were equipped with the SAWD system as standard, except for the RWD BRZ and Kei class cars.


Subaru’s entry into the electric market has seen the launch of Solterra, Latin for sun and earth. Subaru has dual motor technology and a trusted permanent all-wheel drive system for this go-anywhere SUV,

100% electric dual motors, permanent all-wheel drive, a range of 298 miles on a full charge a 30-minute fast charge (80%) using a 50kw fast charger and 210 of ground clearance.

Subaru has continued its USP of a quality, safety-minded all-wheel drive Off roader through to the electric age with this good-looking, smart, practical SUV.

First Vehicle Leasing: Lease Your New Subaru Today

Subaru is a unique brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Subaru is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering. Porsche also has an excellent residual value.

One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you must set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Subaru models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best First Vehicle Leasing PCH deals.


Below you can find answers to our most commonly asked questions about leasing a Subaru. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Give us a ring.

  • Is it smart to lease a Subaru?

    Definitely! With the amount of money that new cars can lose, leasing a Subaru makes a lot of sense. If you are not fussed about owning the vehicle at the end, it can be the cheapest way to get into a brand new Subaru.

  • Is Subaru a good brand?

    Subaru have a reputation for creating impressive cars that perform well on the world's rally circuits but their cars are equally at home on everyday streets. Subaru offers an innovative and visually stunning selection of cars and have carved themselves a very successful position as a premium brand in the car leasing sector.

  • What is car leasing?

    Car leasing is simply a longer hire of a new car using a credit contract for a set period, usually between 2 and 4 years. They offer low fixed monthly rental payments until the end of the contract, and then you hand the car back.

  • What are the benefits of car leasing?

    New cars. The value of car leasing lets you drive the latest new cars for less, meaning warranty cover, the newest technology and safety advancements. It also protects the hirer from residual loss and market uncertainty plus the costs that ageing cars can give.

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