Subaru is recalling more than 100 Outbacks from model year 2018 after it was found that some of the wagons were fitted with the incorrect oil pipe, the automaker announced this week.
Subaru Corp. announced on Monday that it has ordered yet another recall, this time for 100,000 vehicles in Japan after its inspectors failed to take proper steps during quality checks on braking systems.
Subaru Corp. is bracing for a major financial hit as it announces the recall of more than 400,000 vehicles globally to repair a potentially defective engine part that could cause stalling in affected models.
Some Subaru owners will be getting brand new cars if the manufacturer finds that their current vehicles are lacking crucial welds, according to a report issued Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Subaru is recalling over 33,000 Impreza compact cars from model year 2017 over a fuel problem that can make the engines stall without warning.