To schedule service for a Subaru vehicle, locate the nearest Subaru dealership and call to make an appointment. Some dealers also offer online appointment systems for round-the-clock scheduling.
Fuji Heavy Industries of Japan is the parent company for Subaru of America and other Subaru operations offices around the world. American Subaru cars are either made in Indiana in the United States or in Japan.
Subaru manufactures its vehicles out of two manufacturing plants. One plant is located in Tokyo, Japan and the other located at its overseas headquarters in Lafayette, Indiana.
Subaru automobiles are made by Fuji Heavy Industries, with the main manufacturing plant located in Gunma, Japan. Subaru also has several facilities based in the USA.
The Japanese industrial conglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries manufactures Subaru vehicles. Subaru is a subsidiary of this corporation, which also manufactures aircraft and industrial products under the Fuji name.
Subaru manufactures its cars in two factories, one located in Japan and the other in the United States. Only the Impreza, Legacy sedan, Tribeca, and Outback are produced in the United States.
As of 2015, all Subaru vehicles sold in the United States except the Impreza are assembled in Lafayette, Indiana. The Impreza is assembled in Gunma, Japan. Subaru also builds the Camry for Toyota in Indiana.
Subaru owners can buy Subaru engines from several sites including JDM Engines Corp, EnginesUs.com and TheAutoChannel.com. Visitors to these sites can purchase used and rebuilt engines for different models of Subaru vehicles.
The oil capacity of a Subaru is generally within the range of 4 to 6 quarts. The exact capacity depends on the vehicle model and year. For example, the capacity of a 2015 Forester 2.0XT Touring SUV is 5.4 quarts, while that of a 2000 Outback Wagon is 4.2 quarts.
The Subaru Forester is a compact crossover vehicle and is sometimes called a crossover utility vehicle. While it is often called a SUV, the Forester uses a car chassis and unibody construction, meaning the frame and body are not separate. This classifies the Forester as...