2006 Subaru WRX Clutch Falls Apart
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA -- I was driving home from a meeting at work on a major highway going approx 65 mph (just keeping up with traffic flow) when my engine started revving up and my speed dropped. I was in fifth gear and attempted ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 12/01/2013
I waited weeks to get a limited Outback with Navigation. I could not preview a Navigation system before purchases as none were available in area. I have used numerous Nav systems in the past and was confident a factory system would be superior to Magellan or Tom Tom.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 07/27/2010Add reply
Wrong, this system has many problems. I was told by factory New England Sales Manager that I needed to wait another 3 or 4 months until the system is upgraded and that he realized the system is outdated.
I told him I paid for the Nav system in June and I expect it to operate on the day I purchased it. We have 5,000 miles on car, every time we use Nav it has been a problem.
Factory Sales Manager thought I was totally unreasonable to be expecting Nav to be operational the day I purchased. He suggested I take my lumps and trade the car.
My suggestion, with a New England Sales Manager with this much attitude who needs to purchase a Subaru?
Dealership and Warranty
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA -- Downtown Subaru is not making good on the extended warranty they sold. The "bumper to bumper" warranty provides a rental car for 5 days. But it is taking 10 days for a repair. The Service Department ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 11/29/2008
QUEENS, NEW YORK -- I purchased a 2006 Subaru Legacy B spec.... from I was told a special edition, only 500 made, it took me 6 months to find a low number, I purchased #36. Sticker price $35000, 1 year later the Subaru dealers, ... read full review7 Replies - Latest reply on 09/14/2007
PLANO, TEXAS -- I recently purchased a 2011 Outback Sport from this dealership after a nationwide search indicated they had the only one in the country with the desired equip. The vehicle was advertised as new condition with 4000 miles used only by the owner of the dealership as transport to and from work. Shortly after delivery, the vehicle was determined to have extensive undercarriage and frame damage. It was also determined that this dealership attempted to disguise this damage prior to sale. If you are thinking of buying a car from this dealership, I strongly urge you to reconsider!1 Replies - Latest reply on 12/04/2011Add reply
Poor Customer Service
NEW JERSEY -- It is with great disappointment that I write this review. My husband serves on Active Duty in the United States Navy. We purchased a Subaru mostly because I travel alone with my two children frequently ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/06/2011
PLANTATION, FLORIDA -- I purchase a Subaru impreza for my wife on April 24th 2013. with an agreement that they will order seat covers since the model did not have lather seats and we have 2 small dogs, they give us a certificate ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 09/20/2013
As an Asian woman, I find it very racism and offensive to see the Subaru commercial that consists of a white man with an Asian woman. Are you advertising the vehicle or a mix couple propaganda of stereo ... read full review9 Replies - Latest reply on 11/25/2013
Have had a 2006 Subaru Legacy for 5 years, it has low miles and already needs an engine overhaul. Blew a header the other day. We have had Toyotas in the past and never had engine troubles until they got quite old. Sounds like other reviews state having an engine fixed on a low mileage car would be better than buying new, so for now we will take the cost and most likely do a rebuilt engine. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 12/05/2011Add reply
I just finished replacing a dead battery in my 2001 Outback. The battery wasn't bad. It had run totally dead over night because the parking lights continued burning in the garage even with keys removed. The reason? There is a switch on the steering column, which is hidden by the horn. The switch can easier turned on unintentionally while turning the reset trip odometer button.
3 Replies - Latest reply on 09/02/2010Add reply
When I installed the new battery the parking lights came on. I had to call my local repair guy to have him tell me it is common happening. So I'm out $100 for the new battery and several hours of manual labor, which at age 80 probably shortened my life even more.
Subaru Forester 2000 Breaks A LOT!
MEXICO, MAINE -- I purchased my Subaru Forester 2 years ago with 73,000 miles for $12,000 dollars. I had heard that Subarus were reliable, dependable vehicles and that the bodys would go before the car went. The car is ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 02/22/2007
I paid $24,000 for a 1998 forester fully loaded, at 34,000 miles, the differential may be going out as the transmission, and dealers tell me this truck is only worth $7500.00. two words for Subaru, Never AGain
4 Replies - Latest reply on 02/21/2002Add reply
I want to know why these vehicles hold no value. Most of all I want the thing fixed under warranty, as it says it should be
I paid $24,000 for a 1998 forester, fully loaded, including extra for a cd player, with 34,000 miles on it, the differential is going out and the transmission is slipping , possibly failing, and dealers tell me the truck is only worth $7500.00, I only have two words for this auto manufacturer, NEVER AGAIN Add reply