70% of the body is double sided galvanized steel Wear and adjustment: 12 months/12,000 miles EDR, Event Data Recorder information. In addition to the vehicle manufacturer (Subaru), other parties such as law enforcement that have the equipment can read the information if they have access to the vehicle or EDR.

In the event of an impact, the EDR will freeze data including how various systems were operating, for example if seatbelts were buckled, if the gas or brake pedals were pressed, and vehicle speed. Existing laws generally provide that information in an EDR is confidential and is the property of the owner of the motor vehicle.

The next generation of the GM pickup trucks, 2019 Chevy Silverado 15 GMC Sierra 1500, are a little over a year away.

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Inspect and replace other fluids, belts, hoses, spark plug wires as needed.

36,000 miles or 36 months: minor service, replace cabin air filter. 42,000 miles or 42 months: change engine oil and filter, and cabin air filter 48,000 miles or 48 months: minor service, replace cabin air filter. 54,000 miles or 54 months: change engine oil and filter, and cabin air filter 60,000 miles or 60 months: Replace spark plugs.

the all new redesigned 2017 models, available December 2016, are assembled in Lafayette Indiana at SIA (Subaru Indiana America)Subaru is mailing $150 Subaru parts/service vouchers or Visa card to over 18,000 early Impreza owners who had to work through both of the two recalls (back up camera and ECU) on their new cars.

4/2/17 another recall 2017 Imprezas made from 9/13/16 - 3/15/17, there's an engine control unit software update to lower the temperature that the radiator fan starts at in order to keep the engine cooler to avoid fuel vaporizing which could cause a rough engine idle or failure to start or engine stalling, especially with winter blend gas.

Adaptive Cruise Control can regulate vehicle speed in order to keep a safe following distance from the vehicle ahead.

It does not replace conventional cruise control, which can still be used when desired.Information is accessed through the airbag system using a Subaru service computer.Brake assist increases the brake power when the driver initiates hard emergency pressure on the pedal.Over the years is has been available in 2, 4 and 5 door models, with all wheel drive or front wheel drive.Engines offered have been a 1.8L, 2.2L, and 2.0L, after 2002 only the 2.5L until the new 2.0L with CVT transmission was introduced in the 2012 models.Pre-Collision Brake Assist- If Eyesight recognizes an impending collision and the driver is applying the brakes but not with enough force, Pre-Collision Brake Assist automatically applies up to full braking pressure in order to try to shorten braking distances.