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Diablo Subaru of Walnut Creek

2646 North Main Street ,
Directions Walnut Creek, CA 94597

  • Call or Text Sales: (888) 977-3008
  • Service: (888) 978-0031
  • Parts: (888) 978-2003

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Fill Out Our Online Finance Application When You're Ready to Buy or Lease a Vehicle

Whether you're interested in a lease or a loan, the finance application process through Diablo Subaru of Walnut Creek is smooth and prompt. We cut out the jargon and use straightforward language to make it as easy possible for our Danville and Concord customers to complete the application as easily as possible.

You'll need to gather some information before you begin. The form asks for personal, vehicle, employment, and co-buyer information. It's important to provide this information completely and accurate so we and lenders can get a good idea of your credit situation. When you have the information gathered, simply follow the prescribed steps. You'll have the application completed in no time. We'll take it from there to find you the best lease or loan option possible.

How Can I Qualify for A Subaru Auto Loan?

Qualifying for a Subaru car loan is simple. As long as you have some sort of established credit, we can usually secure a loan that fits your budget. The easiest way to find out if you qualify is to apply online. We'll promptly let you know your options if you qualify.

Our finance team works with a variety of credit situations on a day-to-day basis. They'll work with you to find a car payment you can afford. We'll also direct you to any finance specials   that can make a new or used  car more affordable for you.

Should I Lease or Loan a New Car?

Each option has its merits, and drivers will choose one based on their priorities. If you prefer to own your vehicle outright, a loan is the better choice. You'll get to drive your vehicle as many miles as you want near Antioch and Benicia, and you can perform upgrades and modifications. On the other hand, a lease typically offers lower monthly payments. However, a lease does not grant ownership and only lasts for a couple of years before you must either return the vehicle or purchase it.

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