SUBARU CROSSTREK REPAIR SERVICES
REQUEST A CALLBACK
$99.99 Full Synthetic Oil Change
STARTING AT $99.99. Motor oil and the parts needed for your oil change vary in price from vehicle to vehicle. Please call for an exact price quote for your vehicle make and model. Our technicians are trained to service just about every make and model vehicle, from engine repair to oil changes.
$180.00 Engine Light Diagnostic
Our technicians are highly skilled and experienced with just about every vehicle make and model. If your check engine light is on, you can bring it to our shop and we’ll diagnose what’s wrong with it. Any authorized diagnostic will be applied toward the cost of your repair, a $180.00 value.
Auto Start/Stop System Challenges
For decades now, vehicles have had engines that stop when you’re not in motion and have to be restarted when you have to move. And, today, this issue remains a constant.
While some automakers have their start/stop systems dialed in, Subaru has continued to have issues with this functionality. You can disable the system on the Crosstrek, but the solution isn’t necessarily a permanent one. – the moment you turn your car off, the engine goes back to its default setting.
Over time, this flaw can add to excessive wear and tear and basically make it more challenging to operate your car. So, it is important for you to maintain it well.
Rust & Corrosion
Vehicle manufacturers take additional steps to protect their cars from corrosion and rust these days, however, the Subaru Crosstrek appears to have challenges with undercarriage rust – an issue that can escalate enough to threaten the vehicle’s structural integrity.
In most cases, the Crosstrek gets rust due to road salts. So, if you live in an environment where salt is being used to dissolve ice during the winter, you could notice rust in the undercarriage of your Crosstrek eventually.
In some cases, however, the vehicle also gets rust from excessive wear and tear. So, bodily reinforcements will be necessary here. Fortunately, you don’t have to bother about it – we’re here to provide proper reinforcement for your car, ensuring that you can use it for a long time without corrosion.
Unreliable Transmission System
The continuously variable transmission (CVT) system in the Crosstrek is available to help optimize fuel mileage. However, the system available in this car also seems to wear much faster than other conventional vehicle gearboxes.
While this issue doesn’t relate to every model year, the vehicles affected tend to show some hesitation when accelerating and slowing down. Subaru began implementing the CVT back in 2009, and since then, they’ve had mixed results. Some vehicles with the CVT have not necessarily had the best performance, and they would need to be changed frequently. When you notice issues with acceleration and deceleration, give us a call and we’ll be able to examine your car!
Brake Light Switch Failure
There have been many Crocctreks with defective brake light switches in the past. Essentially, these switches don’t light the brake lights when you hit the brake pedal. In fact, Subaru recalled over 2 million cars back in 2019 to fix this issue.
So, if you buy a Crosstrek, you want to ensure that the brake light switch has been tested, if you find it to be defective, don’t fret – we can help you look into it and make the necessary repairs.