If you own a Subaru, or are thinking about purchasing one, you've probably wondered about the warranty. We hope you never need to use your Subaru warranty, but if you do, you will probably wonder, "What does the Subaru warranty cover?" Kupper Subaru in Mandan explains what the Subaru warranty covers here. Learn about the Subaru warranty below, and if you still have questions call Kupper Subaru.

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When Do Subaru Warranties Apply?

First, it's important to understand as you drive around Bismarck when you can use your Subaru warranty and who can use it. These warranties only apply if the vehicle was imported or distributed by Subaru and sold to the first retail purchaser by an Authorized Subaru Dealer in the U.S. All repairs must be performed by an Authorized Subaru Dealer located in the United States. Every owner of the vehicle during the warranty period is entitled to use the warranty, but it's recommended that the new owner promptly send written notice of the transfer of ownership to Subaru when the vehicle is purchased.

What is the New Car Limited Warranty?

BASIC COVERAGE for your Subaru is 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Subject to the exclusions listed in your warranty, it covers the entire vehicle, which should give you plenty of peace of mind on those road trips out of Dickinson.

What is Covered by the Subaru Warranty?

The Subaru warranty covers any repairs needed to correct defects in material or workmanship during the applicable warranty period and which occur under normal use. Seat belt coverage lasts for the useful life of the vehicle and includes seat belts and any related components which fail to work properly during normal use. Wear item coverage is 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Items covered under "wear" are brake pads and shoe linings, clutch linings, and wiper blades.

What is the Subaru Powertrain Limited Warranty?

Powertrain coverage for all Subaru models is 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. Subject to the exclusions listed in the warranty, it generally covers the major powertrain components below.

Powertrain Coverage Components

  • Engine
  • Engine block and all internal parts
  • Oil pump, oil pan
  • Timing belts or gears and cover
  • Water pump
  • Cylinder heads and valve trains
  • Flywheel
  • Intake and exhaust manifolds
  • Oil seals and gaskets

Transaxle and Differential

  • Axle shafts and constant velocity joints [except boots]
  • Propeller shaft
  • Wheel bearings
  • Transaxle case and internal parts
  • Torque converter
  • The electronic transmission control unit
  • Seals and gaskets

If You Need Repairs on Your Vehicle, Bring it to Kupper Subaru

If you live near Mandan and need repairs on your Impreza or routine maintenance on your Crosstrek, bring it into Kupper Subaru. We are an authorized Subaru Dealership and only use Subaru genuine OEM parts. You can make an appointment online or give us a call.

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