Contact Subaru Customer Service

Contacting Subaru Customer Service Center

The Subaru company is known throughout the world as one of the leading producers of dependable vehicles. As any Subaru owner will tell you, the vehicles don’t start running right until they’ve passed the first 100,000 miles. Subaru also sells generators and other equipment.

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Contact Info:

Subaru offers multiple means of contacting customer service, but they are listed at the bottom of the Contact Us page, which is dominated by an email contact form. Some customers may not scroll down far enough to recognize the information listed below.

Phone Contact Numbers

Subaru customer service is available by phone Monday to Thursday from 7:30 AM to 8 PM, Friday from 10:30 AM to 5 PM and Saturday from 9 AM to 3:30 PM. All hours are EST. There are no customer service agents available on Sunday.

  • Subaru Customer Service: 1-800-782-2783

There is a note on the customer service page that states Hawaii customers should use a different phone number to contact Subaru. There are no hours listed for the dedicated line.

  • Subaru Hawaii: 1-808-564-2260

Mailing Address

If a pen and paper is the only way you want to contact Subaru customer service, you can address your letter to:

Subaru of AmericaSubaru PlazaPO Box 6000Cherry Hill, NJ 08034Attn: Customer/Dealer Services

Include as much information as possible if you are inquiring about a vehicle problem. Contact information and VIN should also be included in your letter to improve customer service. It will likely take longer to receive a response by mail than by phone or email.

Official Website

Information about Subaru models, company and financing is available from the official website at https://www.subaru.com.

Customer Service Email

Sending an email to Subaru customer service is a quick and easy way to have a simple question answered. The email form is located at https://www.subaru.com/shopping-tools/contact-us.html, but there is no standard email address. If your question is concerning a warranty issue, include the VIN so the customer service agent can look up your vehicle to verify warranty. Other quick options for contacting an agent include social media websites.

Our Experience

You must listen to the beginning message before pressing any buttons when calling Subaru customer service. After the message you can press 1 for roadside assistance or 4 for a customer service representative. Our call was placed on hold for just a few moments before another list of options started. We pressed 0 and the list of options just repeated. You have to press 2 for recalls, 3 for Subaru security policies or 4 for an agent. It took us three minutes to make it through the automated system only to be placed on hold for an additional two minutes. Finally, when the call was answered by a customer service agent, we asked about Subaru insurance, one of the unique options available to Subaru buyers. The agent told us we would have to call back and listen for the option to speak with Liberty Mutual insurance.

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  1. Please, forward this email Yasuyuki Yoshinaga, President & CEO FHI/

    Good day!

    Hereby I want to tell you about sales Subaru cars in Russia and St. Petersburg in particular.

    The problem is the sole distributor of Subaru in the North-West Russia – Holding RRT-motors. Thus, under the contract number 24.10.2012 PLK_ZRA_12_0000635 sale of the vehicle, namely – Subaru Outback, VIN: JF1BR9L95CG122044 I paid the full cost of the vehicle in the amount of 50 098.42 $. Delivery time car contract – 11/14/2012, at the moment, distributor “Subaru Center Pulkovo” (Holding Company “RRT” North-West “), and did not give me a car. LLC “Subaru Motor” Acknowledgment representative Subaru brand in Russia, can not affect the current situation, in fact – simply do runaround. Very unpleasant formal approach.

    This state of affairs is at odds with the Message from President, President & CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga. Only sincere and long-standing friendship with the manufacturer one of the most advanced and reliable cars – Subaru does not allow me to give up my choice in favor of a more premium segment cars such as the WV TUAREG and VOLVO, whose value is approximately the same.

    To date, the delay in delivery of the car – Subaru Outback, VIN: JF1BR9L95CG122044 under the contract of sale of the vehicle
    PLK_ZRA_12_0000635 is 30 days!

    I ask you to influence the situation, and to assist in its resolution.

    Sincerely,
    Sergei Kozinets, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, tel. +7-911-151-51-45,
    fax. +7-812-320-03-99, sskozinec@mail.ru

  2. Hello!
    I just wanted to report how much I love my 2013 Subaru Crosstrek… we picked up our new car last week just in time for the blizzard that hit the Northeast. The car drove perfectly in the snow. We are thrilled with this car.
    Also, I would like to compliment our dealership, Prestige Imports in Pleasantville, NY, our saleswoman, Diana DiLello is terrific.
    Thank you for your wonderful, well thought-out product.
    Sincerely,
    Genie Watsky

  3. On June 26th after 167019 miles my 2002 Subaru transmission broke CONK CONK CONK! I took it to Suburb service they said $8000 to repair a lundry list of things, I just wanted the transmission, towed ti to Kirkland transmission, At that point I decided to rade the car ti was worth $4000, and it would csot $8000 to fix everything, even if I did fix one thing some thing else would die! (Money pit)

    June 28th I went to Carter Subaru Shoreline (206) 542-1166 to look for a car, I took a test in an 2012 Outback I likied it but the payments were steep $470 / mo, I told them of my car that died, Travis Bleken said they would give me $200 for it, I said thank you for your time, and quietly left.

    June 29th I went to the greenwood car show, sponsored by Carter Subaru, as I walked about, I got a call from Travis Bleken he told me that he would give me $1200 for my dead Subaru, and had a car that might work for me, I said my payments have to be twixt $290 and $325, and we could talk, we said bye he would call if he could do some thing.

    Travis called and said he had a car an Impreza Cranberry with charcaol interior, and sports pkg. I said I will come take a look, Travis siad he would drop $1000 off the car for me, I thought that might just work, I forgot to ask if ti was an automatic or a stick, I was upset because of my 2002 automatic subaru outback wagon was dead.

    I arrived and looked about for the car, it looked cool, I was not to crazy about the color but thought I will take it for a spin, the car was a stick, I thought, ok I used to dirve a stick with my Honda CRX, let’s see what this does, the MPG was way better than my 2002, it drove nice I took it to a lot to try to break it, it was a tough car so far, but I really wanted an automatic, but this was the best they had for me.

    Travis dropped the price from a sale price of $19,988.00 to $19,000.00, not bad I thouoght, but I really wanted an automatic, I asked they said the paymets would be more, than $348.00 / mo I really wanted payments of around $325, but this was not the case, and this car was going fast, (I smell hussle right now) well I needed a car, I was happy at first, starting out was 15,460 miles on the tac, now I have 16,048 miles on it, and I am not happy with the stick.

    July 1st though about what I did, I thought that I should have gotten an earlier model Subaru, too late now, called some dealers to see what cold be done, nothing, I even tried to go with a newer stripped down Impreza, nothing, the payments were gettiong higher with the dam negative equity, I called Wilson at Chaplins Subaru, he was shocked by what happened to me at Shoreline, that they would not take the car back.

    Ryan called I told him I was not happy with the Stick, I wanted an Automatic with a lighter interior, in an impreza, Ryan said that he could do the trade if I put $3800 down on the car, the negative equity, he said that if I kept the car and made payments on it for 2 years then traded it, I could get what I want, The car would depreciate! So I am STUCK with this car I said, yep Ryan said.

    This Red Sports PKG Impreza with black interior is HOT in the summer so far, not pleasent to drive. I got STUCK with a red car again! and it’s not an automatic, I thought Subaru had a logo, “Drive happy” Well I am not, I will make payments up to 2 years, but trade it for a cooler car with light interior christ, talk about no help.

    So far Shoreline Carter Seattle Subaru, your not making me very happy I got this car…. years ago walkers was easy to get a car, this time around they could not help me what-so-ever… Nor could Auburn Subaru, I am STUCK with a HOT to drive car! If it got real HOT in the car I am suseptable to heat seizures.

    Thank you Cartter Subaru of Seattle for all your help in making a not happy customer when they need help. You STICK them, and convince them (Raailroad) that this is the car for you! Just to make a sale! Christ!

  4. I am a Subaru owner and a lover of the service I have rec’d at Subaru of Austin on Huntland Dr. in Austin, Texas. Not only is the 2004 Forester I have a fantastic car, but the service department there has always made me feel valued and important.
    Today I called to schedule an oil change and was told it would take 90 minutes to perform. I have never waited that long for an oil change before, and I regularly told the service advisors I worked with how great it was that their team could deliver the goods in an hour or less. It is one reason I planned to make my next car a Subaru, too.
    Something must have changed. I wiil be buying my filter from your parts dept but taking it and the pressure ring to a local shop for my changes from now on. I will miss the way the staff treated me, and I will be back for repairs and important maintainence, but not for everything. Thanks.
    Lisa Stevens

  5. I accompanied a friend who had found a CPO’d Subaru in another town 250 miles from Boise, Idaho. After arranging financing for the sale in Boise, we drove to Pocatello to arrange to pick up the car. The car was in very poor condition. It had had the front bumper repaired, poorly. The passenger side mirror, had been replaced and re-painted. The aluminum castings on the front of the engine were severely oxidized, with no apparent effort to clean them up. The battery hold down was rusted and the battery itself had rust residue on and around it. I have owned two Subaru autos, but I am really wondering about the company commitment to the customer if it allows a vehicle like this to be Factory Certified Pre-owned. That designation seems to be meaningless and worthless for the consumer.

  6. I just purchased a Subaru Impreza 5-door and filled out the survey.
    But I forgot one item: Subaru is doing a disservice to itself and its customers by installing Yokahama tires on Imprezas. Yokahama tires are generally good and long lasting, but this particular model gets very noisy at about 25,000 miles. As soon as my new Impreza was delivered, I installed Cooper Zeons on it and was amazed by the improved ride, handling, and quietness!

  7. My wife and I have owned three Subaru’s, two of which we currently drive. The first-a 2005 Subaru Forester was a GREAT car. We traded it in at 200,000 miles. The second-a 2007 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport wagon has been a good car-except for one MAJOR thing, which has cost a lot of money and is a big safety concern. I have contacted Subaru corporate at least twice about this, but despite assurances, I have NEVER received a reply. Without warning, my lugnuts will loosen on my rims. It has necessitated driving with my lug wrench in the front seat and doing spot inspections every other day to make sure they are tight. My mechanic is at a loss to explain this, as we have replaced EVERY LUGNUT and STEM at least once. No one should have to worry if your wheel is gonna go flying off when you are doing 70 MPH on the freeway. I am very frustrated. Unless Subaru resolves this issue, I WILL NOT be buying again. My Name is Mark Johnson-and I am perfectly okay with it being published.

    lUG NUT

  8. I just went to buy a replacement key for my 09 Forester. The guy quoted me $260 for the key and $55 for the programming. $300 bucks for a KEY? Are you kidding? There is no way to justify that, Subaru, that is really apalling.

  9. I am on my fourth Subaru and love the car but not your costumer service program . Having tried email and phone nothing worked. You sell a very good product but that is not enough you owe it to owners of a Subaru to have better costumer service.

    Morio Nakagawa

  10. I had an amazing experience with Subaru. Amber at main customer service helped me fix my head gaskets that were leaking- 70 k on car. I am very thankful and impressed with the service
    Frank at Lake forest office in Calif. is amazing as well.
    thank you subie!

  11. I currently lease a 2012 Honda Pilot. The lease ends in mid May. I would like to order a Subaru to coincide as close as possible to the lease end. The description:

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited
     
Moonroof Package + Keyless Access & Start + Navigation System + EyeSight
    

Exterior Auto Dimming Mirror Kit w/Blind Spot Detection 

Electrochromatic Mirror
      w/Compass and Homelink
    
 Rear Seat Back Protector 

    Crystal White Pearl 


    When would be the best time for me to order it?

  12. In February 2013, I bought the top of the line Outback and $3300.00 extra primarily for my first time Outback and first time navigation system and primarily for hands on phone and Bluetooth i-tunes
    I just bought new I-phone 6 plus AND I can only receive calls, can not call out,can not download phone numbers and can not play I-tunes. The dealer answer- buy a new car. No way I bought your outback to drive it more than 3 years as you promised..
    I expect some other answer YOU MUST HAVE THAT ANSWER

  13. I would like contact information for Subaru Canada (either email or fax) as I have just had to have my 2006 Impreza head gaskets replaced after only 81,000 kilometers and feel I need to discuss this directly with Subaru Canada. However, it is impossible to find contact information on the web for their Canadian customer service or CEO. An early response to this message is requested.

  14. I currently own a 2005 Legacy GT Wagon. I love it! Unfortunately, subaru stopped making it! Why!!?? Will not get another subaru since non of your other cars have the horsepower and overall versatility of my legacy GT! Please make another one with more then 250HP!

  15. Dear Subaru,

    This is part one of a series of emails BEGGING you to bring back the Baja!
    I live in a small mountain town in Colorado and currently drive a 2003 Subaru Baja. I use my Baja for everything from hauling groceries, kids, dogs, paddleboards, mountain bikes, yoga stuff… the list goes on. It is the BEST car that I’ve ever owned but with 140,000 miles and no new Baja to replace it with, whats a girl to do? I believe the Baja fits into the realms of a TV show that was cancelled before its time. If this car were to be brought back, I can promise you that they would be extremely popular. I get stopped at least once a week by someone who comments on how much they like my Baja. So, PLEASE bring it back!!!

  16. Just wanted to compliment you on your new commercials. Whoever designed them is a genius. Love love love them. We have a Golden and truly appreciate what you have designed. Your commercials are better than the Super Bowl Commercials. God Bless You!

  17. My last three Subarus were built in Indiana, a state that is now passing “religious freedom” legislation that will enable lawful discrimination against gays, lesbians, transpeople, muslims and jews and whomever else one deems a “sinner”. This is Jim Crow all over again and unconscionable in 21st century America. As a corporate citizen of Indiana, Subaru has a voice and I hope you will speak out against this travesty.

  18. All three of my Subarus were built in Indiana, a state that is passing “religious freedom” legislation that gives businesses the right to discriminate against gay and lesbian people, transgender people, muslims and jews or anyone one else an individual considers a sinner. Jim Crow is back.
    As a corporate citizen of Indiana, Subaru can and should have a voice and urge the governor not to sign such an unconscionable law.

  19. Tom Merrifield in Hudson NH was extremely accommodating, personable but not pushy and made my car buying experience excellent. I stopped by last weekend not realizing it was just after closing as Tom was walking to his car. He went out of his way to ask me if there was something I wanted to see. Even though I offered to come back, he was more then willing to let me take a peek and test drive a car. He was not pushy and didn’t haggle over amounts which is so typically the case at car dealerships. He also went out of his way, to come in on his day off when it was time for me to pick up my new car. The customer service was superb. I love my car and am thrilled with my choice to go with Subaru. Thanks Tom for making it so easy for me and for being so accommodating! I will recommend you anytime! 

  20. I have a 2011 Outback, am I due for a recall for airbag replacement? Please let me know by my Email.

  21. Just finishing my second year of ownership of a 2014 Forester. I love the car: great ride in city, country roads or highway, good gas mileage, comfortable interior, great in winter. Service has been excellent. Several issues that can take this car to the next level: 1. Improve the cheap carpeting. Even with Weathertec mats the carpeting was damaged in the first winter – it has no nap, is only one step above cardboard. 2. Need to supply a folding key fobs. Current large keys rip holes in my pockets and has scratched the doors when holding packages or kids and trying to enter. How much could it cost to have a folding key? 3. Some of us live in cities, how about an automatic door lock so that once you enter the car it locks. Almost all other cars have this feature available.
    Thank you for your attention to the above. All in all a great car.

  22. Mr. Yasuyuki Yoshinaga
    President and CEO Subaru
    Present
    Ref: Subaru Outback 2.5I CVT Limited Claim

    Dear Mr Yoshinaga-san,

    My name is Cecilia Parra, from Chile, a Subaru´s owner that wants to show you my concern and problems with your Company. I´m writing directly to you due to I have not received any formal answer from the local branch in Chile.

    On 2013, I bought a new Subaru Outback 2.5I CVT Limited, in Indumotora One-La Dehesa-Santiago-Chile. I bought a Subaru thinking in confidence; I needed a car to trust in 100%

    Unfortunately, Subary has not been that for me.

    Since I bought the car, it has had problems; firstly the radio did not work, then the GPS, then USB, window, among others, but I did not claim about them because I did not think those where dangerous; however, today is different and I am worried.

    Today, I take the time to write this letter and show my disillusion with Subaru brand, because I bought a brand new car, I have done all the maintenance that the brand suggest in the authorized branch (Indumotora One La Dehesa-Santiago-Chile), and 2 weeks ago the Subaru failed, with only 40.000 kilometers. It did not start anymore; the check engine flag went on, together with all the lights from the dashboard. The car was 4 days at the garage of Indumotora One La Dehesa, I did not present claims, I wait for Indumotora

    One to solve the problem but after 4 days I took my car back without any report about the failure, idem to all problems presented before, the represents of Subaru said it was a small fail.

    On Sunday September 13, 2015, the car did not start again, showing the same failures than before.

    Today, my car is at the Indumotora´s garage and Subaru has not reply formally my queries. I strongly believe that my Subaru was sold with failures from the beginning but they don´t want to give a formal answer. I believe that this car is a danger for the community, I could have an accident involving more than myself or my family. I live outside of Santiago de Chile, and fortunately the two times that the car failed I was in a safety place.

    Definitively the slogan “CONFIDENCE IN MOTION” has not worked at all.

    Sincerely,

    Cecilia Parra Chandía
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  23. Still waiting for Maura to call me back (Since Dec 10) on my problem with my 2014 Outback which is now Dec 17. I was promised a return call on Dec 15th.

  24. I was in the market for a new vehicle. I ended up buying a competitors model just because of their TV and radio ads. You really ought to have your ad writers put more thought into what they write. They should just state what the product is, what the features are, and what it’s going to cost. I’m sure I’m not the only one that doesn’t give a damn about some dude in a co, op hauling soil around. Also, they speak in plain English instead of making up your own little words trying to sound intelligent. Because in actuality your sounding retarded. Not only myself but several people that I have asked had no idea what the hell a creature comfort was. If you are referring to the people that buy and use the vehicle why don’t you speak in plain English and say that instead of referring to people like they are the creatures from the black lagoon.

  25. Good morning.

    Without going into lengthy detail… I, along with my other family members own a total of 3 Subarus. We LOVE our Bru’s. I URG your executives to CHOOSE Apple Inc’s. CarPlay for your future in car tech. IF you choose NOT to offer an Apple Inc. CarPlay in car option for future Subaru car lines, I will no longer consider a Subaru for my future car purchase.

    Do I make myself clear? Go Apple or get out out of my life. DONT BE STUPID.

    Have a Grateful Day.

    Chad

  26. My wife bought a 2015 Impreza which she loves in July 2015 from ocean Subaru in North Hampton NH. There are a few issues with the car that the dealer seems to have no interest in repairing. We have brought it in 3 times and they say there is nothing wrong. The first is a simple body noise in the hood. Despite having their body specialist look at it they can not resolve the noise. I looked at the hinge and noticed it seems that it just was not properly lubed in assembly. When I sprayed silicone into the area the noise disappeared until the silicone dried. It also seems they never even attempted to adjust the hood hinge to try and fix the problem.

    The second issue is the bluetooth for the cellphone. When we use it the people we are calling cannot understand what we are saying. This is a safety feature required in many states. It is a big problem that it is unusable. All they can say is it works for them. It does not work for us and they don’t seem to care.

    Given all the emails and advertising about how much Subaru cares it certainly does not ring true in our case. I opened a case with Subaru of America and they do not return our calls. Even though my wife loves the car I do not think I would recommend a Subaru to anyone given the terrible customer support and service

  27. Our experience with Subaru Philippines is terrible.

    The agent in Subaru Greenhills kept on making false promises as to the delivery of the vehicle which forced us to move the account in Subaru Taguig. However, the sales manager of the said branch has shown the same level of incompetency and laziness. Rather than the agent following up the account to the buyer, it was us who was following up the release with this Sales Manager: Mike Fernandez.

    We were calling him at his cellphone but he was not replying. We called the branch and he went out for lunch. We requested a call back but never got a call. We requested to solicit the approval from other branches as we were planning to purchase several units. We were told outright that our auto loan application was rejected. We verified the information with the bank and was told that no application was submitted. The gross neglect of duty of these sales representatives were shocking. No wonder the Subaru car sales are so low compared to Toyota.

    The branches are poorly run and they are hiring the wrong people.

  28. Dear Sir,
    While I doubt you will read this, I still feel compelled to write you about the quality of your product and loyalty of your customers. I have a 2006 Subaru Outback. I bought it new with every intention of driving it for a very long time. I have taken care of it, having regular services done, changing the oil every 3000 miles and practicing good tire care. I do not drive the car hard and my commute is 20 miles one way. The car currently has 92,000 miles (yes low miles for a 2006). During the 90,000 service it was noted that I have leaking valve covers, leaking head gaskets, leaking steering rack and a failing viscous coupler in the manual transmission. I’m looking at repair bills in the thousands of dollars. On a car with 90,000 miles. How would you feel if you were me? I had considered trading in again for a new Subaru but now will consider other brands due to the number of problems with the Subaru. Surely you have a quality assurance department. Surely you have a concern for customer loyalty. If you do read this , thank you for your time.

    Sincerely, Ralph Wilcox

  29. We love the Forester, own a 2012 and will likely be in the market for a 2nd Forester in the next year. Would like to make a suggestion for future colors: Why no vehicles in dark navy blue metallic? That would be my immediate choice — but do not see that option. The current options feel somewhat stale. John

  30. Dears Sirs ,
    My name is Michal Mrokowski.I am owner of Subaru Forester 2.0 D 2009.
    Nr VIN : JF1SHDLZ3AG099559 and Nr of engine 322139.
    After 135k km engine broke down. In service Subaru Zdanowicz in Gdansk engine was disassembled with suggestion that Subaru will be participated in costs of overhaul .After 3 weeks I received information from main Subaru office in Krakow that only me could be pay off for everything because engine was partly serviced not in authorized place. I am engineer on marine vessels and I have engine experience. I have seen this engine by myself .Engine block is cracked in many places and slide –shell bearings are used very much. It looks like the reason is wrong construction as you already know because new generation of this engine has not this fault. I was proper serviced this car every 15k km with very good oil (Motul) and original filters etc.
    I hope that Subaru as Japanese manufacture has a high attitude and responsibility because it was one of the reason for my choice. I still have a hope that Fuji Heavy Ind. help me with my problem by participate with costs and will keep good opinion about Subaru cars.
    Many thanks and Best Regards,
    Mike Mrokowski

  31. I have a 2010 Subaru with 104,000 miles on it. I have had other cars with more miles on it that have not had the brake problems that this one has. I have replaced pads at least 6 times in 4 years, disks at least twice, and now find that all 4 brakes, pads and calipers are shot and it is going to cost us big money that we do not have. I got tired of the Subaru dealer not fixing the problem and took it to a well establish local mechanic here in Germantown. He called this morning to say that there are some defective parts as it is the only thing that he can think of that are causing all of them to fail. The rear calipers are completely frozen. My mechanic said that these things should last a lot longer. What he is putting in will be under warranty.The thing is that I had the calipers, brake pads, and rotors on the front replaced at the Subaru dealer which cost me nearly a thousand dollars. He is doing all 4 for a little more than it cost me to replace just the front. That may not sound like much money to some of you, but to me, given that what I do doesn’t pay much, it is a fortune, especially now that I have some health problems and a mortgage that I am still paying on. Here’s my question: I have record of all the brake work done….do I have any recourse withe dealer or company? I imagine not, but I really am frustrated. I am tempted to post this on the Subaru dealer’s site where I purchased the car. I have complained to them about this in the past but got customer no service.

  32. Hi,

    Local Subaru dealer wanted $500 deposit before they would bring a 3.6 outback over to their store from a sister dealership, for me to try out.

    $500 deposit to try out a car?

    Incredible. What a “business” practice. Pls advise.

    RS

  33. I went to the salem subaru location in salem on the 26th, I have the plus that was good thru the 27th, I thought I would not be paying for the few things I had done, but I was charged 108.17. I recevied a call yesterday and was offered a free oil change, I refused the offer, letting her know that no one had indicated that I would be charged 108.17

  34. Quit emailing me. You have attached my email address to someone who apparently bought a Subaru. That someone is named Tim Hayes and he apparently bought a Subaru (presumably in the Austin, Texas area). I test drove one in Austin roughly 9 months ago and must have given Subaru my email at that time. For some reason my email has been associated with Tim Hayes. I am not Tim Hayes. I don’t know Tim Hayes. I do not now nor have ever owned a Subaru. Please stop emailing me. I have called and emailed at least six times asking to be removed from your list and disassociated with Tim Hayes.

  35. I am writing you to tell you that my Subaru saved my life. A few days ago I was T-boned by another car while going through an intersection. My car was sent airborne and rolled 2 and 1/2 times before coming to a stop. Other than the bruising from the side airbag and seatbelt I am 100% fine. I believe this kind of accident in just about any other car would have resulted in much more serious injuries or even death. The cabin area stayed mostly intact. Thank you for making such great and safe cars. Mine is totaled, but I’ll be at the Subaru dealer looking for another as soon as I’m able to. Thanks again, your loyal customer for life,
    Erika Ball

  36. hello!
    it a year now since i started driving subaru, its a good car for real, i used to drive my friend car untill he decided to sell it, i like subaru more than any car especially manual transmittion{sports} but the problem is i dont have enough money to afford a car, my salary is too low to buy even the third hand car, i real love it but i dont have option, im from AFRICA the country knowns TANZANIA, Much love to all staff team over there we all together even though i dont use your product because of my economy, have a nice job, say hi to our president MR YASUYUKI YOSHINAGA.

  37. I love your commercials about loving the Subaru… Especially the one with Grandma and the tree… You need to have one with a carload of grandkids piling out of a Subaru and Grandma patting the hood and giving it a kiss

  38. This is my first time to own a Subaru Forester which I got from Bgc in Taguig last Dec 1, 2015. Only on its sixth month last June 2016, I noticed tic toc sound each time I go left, whether forward or reverse. I only had a chance to bring this July and I was so disappointed to learn that my shock mounting needs to be replaced. Of course the broken part will be replaced since it is under warranty but it’s quite surprising that there is a broken part considering my car is only 7 months old. I thought Subaru is a brand of quality and durability but only to be disappointed. I don’t think I’ll recommend subaru to a friend. I used to drive a lowly Honda city but I never had to change any parts during the 5 years I had the car. Only the battery needs replacement. The service advisors didn’t make things any better because of the poor way they handle complaints. No apologies or any explaination or details on their findings unless I asked for it. No timeline given when the parts will be available. I feel like I wasted my money in buying the forester.

  39. I own a 2010 Subaru Forest that I bought new from Ertle Subaru. I have had nothing but trouble with their service department. For example, I have been there four times to fix my air conditioning, which has failed again. I am taking it to a private shop for the repair this time.
    About 18 months ago I had them install a Subaru remote starter, which required the programming of my keys. At the time, I was told that when I found my spare key I could bring it to them and they would program it at no charge. I finally found the key last week and told them that I would like to bring it for the programming. Now they are telling me it will cost $50 to do it.
    How do they not honor their word?

  40. I wish to commend subaru for being the most ethical loyal co!! My 2010 forester suffered a catastrophic engine failure while my son was driving it on the hwy. It caught fire and he was able to pull it off the road and put the fire out. Because he put it out and it was contained to the engine my insurance co rejected my claim. I then contacted my local subaru dealer,Romano in syracuse and spoke with dave vito,service mgr. He was invaluable and took care of my situation. He gave me a loaner car until we figured it out. Dave contacted subaru and together supplied me with a new engine. I am overwhelmed with the phenomenal ethical and professional treatment. Subaru is the best!!! I will always own a subaru
    thanx!!

  41. November 11, 2016

    To whom it may concern:

    Let me start this letter by saying that this is my second Subaru and I have been a satisfied customer for the past fourteen years, that is why I traded in my 2002 and purchased a 2012 Legacy 2.5 in 2012. I have always been an advocate for Subaru and have never questioned the safety or value that the Subaru product holds. I do have a concern that I feel you should be made aware of since it is weighing heavy on my mind and my wallet.
    Recently my moon roof refused to close. I was able to manually close it and brought it to my Subaru dealer where I had purchased and serviced both my Subaru’s. After charging me $115.00 for an hour of labor only to tell me that it could not be fixed unless the complete moon roof motor and mechanism is replaced, I was shocked. Asking what would cause such a huge malfunction in a 2012 Legacy with only 68,000 miles on it, they could not pinpoint the reason. They speculated it could be a defective part, corrosion on the tracks or the motor just wore out. To replace this would be approximately $1,200.00. Being a single working woman, I look for reliability, safety and comfort features that would last well into the life of my Subaru’s vehicle. To my disappointment, this is not the case. I don’t have the funds to replace a four year old moon roof, nor do I feel that it should be replaced so early into the vehicle’s life. As I stated earlier in my letter, the Subaru reputation precedes all others when choosing a vehicle or referring others to do the same. I will now have to rethink that choice. I have included the invoice estimate from the dealer so that you can see the VIN number and the total cost of the repair.
    To say the least, I am disenchanted and discouraged that Subaru equipped a vehicle with a defective mechanism and that I have no recourse but to repair the moon roof at MY own expense. I had given serious thought and effort in purchasing this vehicle; however I will now be rethinking the Subaru reputation. I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.

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