Now that the school year has begun, it is time to give your Subaru a once over and check closely to make sure everything is in good condition. Check the battery, fluid levels, and tires – if there is anything that needs to be attended to, get it done before the season gets truly hectic…. Read more »
Posts Categorized: Maintenance Tips
As you may have already learned, the longer you wait to get your car serviced, the worse the problem is likely to get. As soon as you experience an issue with your Subaru, it’s important that you get it serviced right away to avoid additional expenses and to keep your car safe on the road…. Read more »
Valentine’s Day is about showing others love and affection, so why not show your Subaru some love as well? Take the time to get caught up on the vehicle maintenance tasks that you always keep pushing off to show love to your Subie. It’s The Little Things Some of the smallest tasks are the ones many… Read more »
At the start of winter you had prepared your vehicle to be in winter weather condition, now it is important to keep your Subaru in the best condition throughout the winter season. Make sure you are driving safe and performing vehicle maintenance in order to keep your subie running smoothly, and safely. A few of simple maintenance tasks include… Read more »
Most people look for ways to stretch each dollar. From the grocery store to vehicle maintenance, it seems that most people are looking for ways to save and make their dollar go the furthest. When it comes to your vehicle’s tires, they can be relatively pricey to replace. Here is a list of ways… Read more »
We’re midway through October now and the fall weather has officially changed. As we progress through fall and you haven’t gotten your seasonal maintenance on your Subaru yet, we’re here to remind you to inspect your vehicle to make sure it works effectively and is ready to take on the colder weather as we approach… Read more »
Rotating your tires saves you money and saves you stress. If you regularly rotate your tires as part of your ongoing vehicle maintenance, it ensures that the wear on your tires is distributed evenly. Having even wear makes for a longer lifespan for the tires on your car, which will save you money in the… Read more »
The first 1,000 kilometers of a new Subaru model’s life is a considered the break-in or mechanical run-in period where you should treat your engine a little more gently than you normally would. The idea behind the break in period is to allow the piston rings to settle into the engine’s cylinder walls.
No one ever wants to see their check engine light come on. When that light pops up, it means it’s time to bring your car in to get looked at by a service technician. It can be pretty anxiety inducing as a car owner – it could be a small issue, but it could be… Read more »
Summer is in full swing here in Niagara, so if you haven’t, now is the time to bring your Subaru into Subaru of Niagara and have our service technicians take a look at your car and make sure it’s in safe working order for all the summertime adventures we know you’re going to go on!