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There are a great number of benefits provided with a Subaru car service. Our Subaru service centre can provide you with a one-stop-shop for all of your car’s maintenance needs. Our experienced and qualified Subaru technicians can assist you with servicing any make and model of vehicle. We provide genuine Subaru parts, merchandise and accessories for assurance and peace of mind.

With a regular Subaru car service, Perth car owners can ensure the safe operation and optimised performance of their vehicle. Subaru car servicing can also maintain the resale value of the vehicle to protect the investment in the long term. Our Subaru service centre team is dedicated to helping you in enhancing the performance, safety and resale value of the vehicle now and in the years to come. Our Perth team take great pride in offering a high standard of service and experience.

Our Subaru service centre team provide reassurance for your vehicle. Only experienced Subaru trained technicians have the expertise to optimise your incredible Subaru vehicle. Our team of technicians not only have the benefit of professional Subaru training, but they are genuine experts on all the latest Subaru models and technologies.

From the Subaru Intelligent Drive system through to the first diesel Boxer engine in Australia with CVT, we invest in support and training for our Subaru Service Centre technicians to ensure that your service is performed by the best. Our technicians also have the access to state of the art tools and equipment such as the Subaru Diagnostics System. This allows them to provide specific solutions for your vehicle ensuring that your safety is assured, your performance is optimised, and your resale value is protected.

We can provide flexible options for your convenience during your car service. Perth customers should speak to our Service Advisors when enquiring with our Subaru service centre if you have any specific requirements. Contact us today to book your Subaru vehicle service.


A Brief Review of the Upcoming 2016 Subaru Levorg GT


A Brief Review of the Upcoming 2016 Subaru Levorg GT

Excitement is rapidly building for the mid 2016 release of the long awaited Subaru Levorg wagon. The Levorg has been tremendously successful since its 2013 domestic release in Japan, and it will replace the outgoing fourth generation Liberty wagon in Australia. The highest specification versions are the GT and the GT-S respectively, and it is the former that is being briefly reviewed here.

What is the Levorg?

The Subaru Levorg is built on the wheelbase of the Impreza, much like the Liberty before it. It is slightly larger externally than the outgoing Liberty, and it has 50 litres more cargo space. Unlike the Liberty, the Levorg is a wagon and not an SUV model, in that respect, it is a vehicle designed for use on the road. At its heart, it is a practical family car with plenty of family friendly features. However, it is no slouch on the road, and it is a great deal of fun to drive.

The GT Experience

The Subaru Levorg for sale in Australia later this year has a variety of different specifications. The focus here is to look at the Levorg GT and what it offers the curious driver looking to upgrade from the Liberty GT or a new buyer. Essentially, although Subaru denies it, some industry experts are calling the Levorg GT a WRX wagon. The engine is the 2.0 litre DIT turbocharged boxer powerplant fitted to the WRX without the additional tuning for the track. The acceleration is firm, and the SI-Drive has a Sport Sharp setting that nicely mimics short stack eight speed gear changes. Braking is assisted with Active Torque Vectoring making cornering dynamic and keen. The steering is responsive, and the Levorg has stable, friendly handling characteristics that won’t punish the casual driver. Although the Levorg GT does not offer an authentic WRX experience it does comes very close considering that is isn’t an actual WRX.

Other Considerations

The engine choice is interesting, but it isn’t the only reason that the motoring industry is taking notice. The anticipated price point could be around $45,000 at the entry level rising to around $50,000 at the top end. The upper price point is where the Levorg GT will be located, but what will the specification be? The Japanese test cars may offer some clues here, and they were equipped with features such as LED headlights, a brand new infotainment system, 18” alloy wheels, a new sports seat design, and Eyesight active safety technology. The Eyesight system is evolving with every release, and the Levorg has the latest technology capable of a HUD style display, rear vehicle detection, side view monitoring, blind spot monitoring, lane change assist and rear cross traffic alerts.

If they would like to register their interest or place an early deposit on the Subaru Levorg, Australia based drivers should contact us. We are expecting the Subaru Levorg to be available from mid 2016 onwards, and demand will be high. Get in touch with us today and we will be happy to answer all your questions.

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