Subaru Discount for Military and Veterans
Subaru Military Discount
Subaru is an automobile manufacturing division of the Japanese transportation conglomerate, Subaru Corporation.
What is the Subaru Military Discount?
They offer a $500 off military discount. Certain models may be excluded.
Who’s Eligible for the Discount?
- Active duty
- Reserve members
- National Guard
- Veterans and retirees within 12 months of the date of separation
How Do You Get the Subaru Discount?
First, you would negotiate the best price with the dealer. Then you would receive the additional $500 off that price.
Can This Discount be Used Online?
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Subaru is an automobile manufacturing division of the Japanese transportation conglomerate, Subaru Corporation. They started as Fuji Heavy Industries in 1915. They were an aircraft research laboratory and were headed by Chikuhei Nakajima.
In 1932 they became Nakajima Aircraft Company and became a major manufacturer of aircraft for Japan during World War II. They became the Fuji Sangyo Company after World War II.
In 1946, they created a Fuji Rabbit, a motor scooter with spare aircraft parts from the war. Between 1953 and 1955, Fuji Heavy Industries was formed. The CEO, Kenji Kita, wanted them to be involved in car manufacturing. The first Subaru built by the automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries was the Subaru 1500 in 1954.
In 1968, Nissan acquired a stake in Fuji Heavy Industries, and then they sold it in 1999 to GM. GM liquidated its holdings in 2005. Toyota then bought some of it and Toyota and Subaru have collaborated on a number of projects.
They are found worldwide except for South Korea and have over 600 dealerships in the US. Their headquarters are in Tokyo, Japan, and their American headquarters are in Camden, NJ. You can receive $500 off of your vehicle with their military discount program.
Notable Subaru Models
At Subaru, they had the 1958 Subaru 360, which was called the “ladybug” and was the company’s official entrance into the car making industry.
The Subaru Justy, from 1984, was designed to compete with the Toyota Starlet and Honda Civic.
From 2002-2006, they had the Subaru Baja, which was designed to combine the comfort and handling of a typical passenger car with the practicality of a pick-up truck.
The 1997 Subaru Forester was a car with 4-wheel drive capabilities without the bulkiness of a full 4-wheel drive.
The 1992 Subaru Impreza WRX was the symbol of Subaru and one of the most iconic cars of the 90s.
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About the author
Julie Provost is a freelance writer, blogger, and owner of Soldier's Wife, Crazy Life, a support blog for military spouses. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.