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Subaru’s Starlink System

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What does the Subaru Starlink System Do?

Subaru Starlink is an infotainment system that provides connectivity, entertainment, and safety features to Subaru drivers.  Starlink’s Multimedia system enables drivers to wirelessly connect their smartphones and access news, weather, navigation, music and more via a high-resolution touchscreen interface.  Features of the Starlink Safety and Security service include automatic collision notification, enhanced roadside assistance, stolen vehicle recovery, remote services, vehicle diagnostic alerts, and more.  
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Let's Take A Look At The Different Subaru Models

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What Different Models does Subaru Make?

Subaru is widely known for making vehicles that can stand up to winter weather and excel on difficult terrain. While many Subaru models share some core safety and performance features, each of Subaru’s eight current models carry unique qualities that will attract different types of drivers.  

In terms of cars, Subaru models include Impreza, Legacy, WRX, and BRZ.  
  • The Impreza seats five in a sedan or hatchback body, ideal for a small family.  
  • The Subaru Legacy is another spacious and comfortable compact car that comes standard with all-wheel drive.  
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Proper Winter Maintenance for your Subaru

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How Often does Your Subaru Need Maintenance?

Whether it's for winter maintenance or any other time of year, it’s important to schedule routine maintenance for your Subaru to make sure you get the best out of your vehicle. Each Subaru is built with intended service intervals for each vehicle component, including air filters, brakes fluids, and engine oil.  The length of these intervals is determined by months passed or miles driven; whichever comes first.
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Subaru Explains the Recent Shortage of New Vehicles

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Why is there a Shortage of New Vehicles?

There has been a shortage of new vehicles across the automotive market during the past year.  According to Automotive News, Subaru has the lowest inventory of new cars out of all American automakers, with a six-day supply.  The main reasons for the low levels of inventory are the global pandemic and a microchip shortage.  
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Minimize Wear & Tear On Your Subaru

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Nobody wants to buy a new Subaru car just to have it fall apart quickly due to weather and elements. Just like you shouldn't put baby in a corner, you shouldn't keep your Subaru tucked into your garage- because Subaru’s sophisticated engineering is best enjoyed on the road. 

 

I mean nobody wants to buy a new Subaru car just to have it break down a year later. Thankfully, Subaru cars are incredibly reliable, and they’ll continue to run smoothly for years when they’re properly maintained.

 
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