Subaru Impreza Maintenance Schedule

One of the best ways to keep your Subaru Impreza performing at its best, and last for a long time, is by following your vehicle's maintenance schedule. Preventative maintenance will go a long way in ensuring that your vehicle is in great condition. Sometimes, though, it's hard to tell the right time to go in for service. That's why we're going to show drivers like you in the Freehold, Englishtown and Manalapan area the maintenance schedule of the Subaru Impreza.

How to Understand this Maintenance Schedule

Before we get to your Subaru Impreza maintenance schedule, there's a few things to know beforehand. Your service intervals will be broken down by miles rather than time. Miles are just easier because not every driver travels the same distance, or even drives the same way. Mileage is a measurement that everyone can agree on.

It should also be noted that each service interval should be repeated every time you add that specific mileage to your vehicle. Now that you know how to understand this maintenance schedule will be broken down, you're ready to learn about the many different ways you can keep your car up to speed.

Subaru Impreza Service Intervals

          
  • 6,000 Miles- When you hit this mileage, you'll need to have your oil and oil filter replaced. You'll also need to balance and rotate your tires. At this point you'll also have your alignment checked and your locks and hinges lubricated.
          
  • 12,000 Miles- On top of everything listed above, there's a couple more services for your Subaru Impreza. At this mileage, you'll need to have your cabin air filter replaced. Your hoses, belts, suspension and braking system should be inspected. You'll also need to have your battery, charging system and coolant protection tested.
          
  • 30,000 Miles-At this service interval, you'll need to replace your engine air filter, your differential fluid, your brake fluid and your PCV Valve. You'll also need to have your fuel injection system cleaned. Your Automatic Transmission fluid and drive belt should also be inspected during this service interval.
          
  •  60,000 Miles- When you hit 60,000 in your Subaru Impreza you'll need to have your brake line fluid flushed and replaced. If your Subaru Impreza features a manual transmission, this is where you would replace the fluid. Lastly, at this service interval, you'll need to replace your spark plugs.
          
  • 105,000 Miles- After all of the other previous services, replacements and inspections, you'll have a few new things to add to the ever-growing list. At this service interval, you'll need to replace your drive belt and your cam shaft.

Now that you know your Subaru Impreza Maintenance Schedule, you're ready to keep your vehicle in tip top shape for the many years and miles to come. Drivers in the Freehold, Englishtown and Manalapan area can always schedule their next service interval at Freehold Subaru. Our Service Center is equipped to keep your Subaru Impreza performing at its best.

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