Subaru Maintenance and How to Know When it Should Be Performed

Subaru vehicles are largely regarded among the longest lasting vehicles on the road, but in order to get the most out of your vehicle, it's important to have routine maintenance performed on it at the proper intervals, either as soon as an issue arises or during routine appointments. Here at Sangera Subaru, we want your vehicles to continue performing at the highest level far into the future, which is why we welcome you to bring your Subaru vehicle to our service center for routine maintenance or repairs as soon as an issue arises. How do you know when something needs attention on your vehicle? We're going to outline a few common servicing issues and how to know when they need to be resolved.

Your vehicle's motor oil is crucial to the performance of your engine. It has three main functions: to protect your engine from dirt and debris, to lubricate the thousands of parts and to keep them cool. You can check your vehicle's owner's manual for the suggested mileage intervals in between oil changes, but a general mileage limit to keep in mind is 6,000 miles. Your brakes are the most important component on your vehicle, and it's always important to keep them performing at the highest level. If you hear a grinding or squeaking noise, or your vehicle shakes or pulls to one side when you hit the brakes, it's time to have your brakes maintained. If your tires are worn, you'll be able to tell by a screeching sound when you turn corners or by decreased acceleration from a stop.

If you think that your vehicle is in need of servicing or maintenance, we welcome you to have it performed by our team of Subaru technicians today! Simply schedule an appointment online or come on in to our service center and we'll give your vehicle the attention and expertise and needs and have it back to you in no time!

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