You can quickly find a buyer for your Subaru using Motorway. We are able to buy any model you are looking to sell, from a BRZ all the way up to a Forester. New or old, Motorway can help you sell your car.
Our online value calculator makes it very simple to check the value of your car. Enter the registration plate number of your Subaru and following a quick chat about the vehicle we will give you a guaranteed price to buy your car.
With a large panel of buyers, we can guarantee that you will get the best possible price for you car. More than this, the expertise our buyers have when it comes to the Subaru brand ensure they will be able to pay a high premium. Subaru has a long history of good sales in the UK and throughout Europe. As such all models from this brand, no matter their mileage, go for high prices on the online car buying and selling market. The very best performers in this regard are the newer models from ranges such as the XV and the Impreza.
Being such a popular brand at Motorway, we make it a guarantee to always get you the best price for you Subaru. In addition, we also promise to match the quote you are given when we come to collect your car.
We are part of a market that is home to services like eBay, Autotrader and We Buy Any Car. We aim to get you a quote that will be competitive with all these services as well as your local car dealer. To further separate Motorway from the rest of the online car buying and selling market, we also offer free UK-wide collection of your vehicle, and the benefit of same-day payment.
Subaru focus on mid to large-sized passenger cars. The smallest vehicle on offer is the Impreza 1.6i RC, the only car in the Impreza range at present. Moving up in size, the Levorg and XV ranges present large saloon car and SUV options, respectively. The XV range has both petrol and diesel models available, while the sole model on offer from the Levorg range is the 1.6i GT. As a more spacious option, the Subaru puts forward the Outback and Forester ranges, both of which come in multiple variants. Finally for sports car enthusiasts there are the BRZ and WRX STI ranges, with both being available in petrol models.
Subaru has enjoyed a massive surge in sales growth in recent years. Expectations were high going into 2016 after a phenomenal previous year. Indeed, 2015 saw the company break their all-time sales record by November. The bulk of new registrations for Subaru came from their crossover ranges, such as the Forester, Outback and XV Crosstrek which, between the three of them, accounted for 350,000 of the company’s total sales figure of 513,000 in 2015. Similar blockbuster years are expected in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Subaru began life known as Fuji Heavy Industries at the very start of the 20th century in 1915. The company did not become Subaru as we know it today until a branch of Fuji Heavy Industries became dedicated solely to automotive manufacturing. Much later, in 1954, Subaru 1500 was launched and the new division had its name.
Following the introduction of this car, the company went on to post an incredible rate of automobile production. The Japanese company had an acute understanding of the shifting global desire for comfortable cars. They released the 360, Sambar and 1000 models in 1958, 1961 and 1965, respectively.
By 1968 Nissan had acquired over 20% of Subaru parent company. In conjunction Nissan and Subaru enjoyed multiple successful car launches through the following decade. This purple patch began with the introduction R-2, Rex and Leone. However the collaboration reached its Zenith towards the end of the century with the launch of the Impreza in 1993, and the Forester four years after.
Below we have listed some of the most recent Subaru models sold via Motorway, however we can buy older Subaru models too:
We can help you sell all Subaru hatchbacks, electric cars, convertibles, family cars and crossovers.