There are several types of Subaru warranty plans that highlight security and extended service plans as the top features, according to the official Subaru website. The cost of Subaru's warranties vary with the terms, length of coverage and deductible amounts of the plan.
Subaru's Classic plan offers features including variable term length; towing and rental benefits; and comprehensive coverage that includes wear and tear on board computers and other items often excluded from service contracts, explains Subaru. The Gold Plus plan includes the coverage from the Classic plan and covers additional areas of the car including air conditioning, electrical, steering, front suspension and brakes. Both the Classic and Gold Plus plans allow customers to choose coverage for up to seven years or 100,000 miles.
In addition to the guarantees made through its warranty plans, Subaru created the Subaru Guaranteed Trade-In Program, or GTP, tailored specifically so Subaru owners have the highest possible trade-in value for their vehicles, states the website. Subaru outranks other automotive manufacturers when it comes to quality and safety, notes Alex Taylor III for Fortune. Its tagline “It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru” is an example the company understands itself so well it is able to sustain the same advertising throughout the years.