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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 New 2020 Subaru Outback Teaser

City Subaru - Outback Teaser

The next generation 2020 Subaru Outback wagon has been teased recently, but we still don’t know much more about this impending release. A teaser image was released ahead or the 2019 New York Motor Show with a shot of the new wagon. Let’s take a closer look at what we’ve learned and make some educated guesses.

The Liberty Sedan Connection 

Once again the new Subaru Outback for sale here and in New Zealand will be based on the sedan that we know as the Liberty, and it’s known everywhere else at the Legacy. It will still be a soft roader wagon that can easily be differentiated from its sedan sibling by features such as higher suspension, wheel arch protectors, modified headlight graphics, roof rails, a brand new fascia design, plastic body protection panels, high profile tyres, and black detailed wing mirrors.

How Deep Will the Connection Go?

The latest version of the Subaru Legacy in the US has a pair of four cylinder “boxer” engines available. Industry insiders suspect that these two powertrains will be used in the upcoming 2020 Subaru Outback.

The entry level power plant is a 2.5L naturally aspirated engine that generates 136kW of power at 5,800 rpm and 239 Nm of torque at 4,400 rpm. The performance figures of this engine in the sedan can complete a 0-97km/h dash in around 8.4 seconds. 

The better specified engine is a 2.4L turbocharged XL unit that was introduced to replace the current 3.6L six cylinder unit. This power plant can generate 194 kW of power at 5,600 rpm and 376 Nm of torque at 2,000-4,800 rpm. 

The New Subaru Outback

As we’ve come to expect from Subaru cars (apart from the Subaru BRZ), the Outback will have the venerated all wheel drive system fitted as standard. It’s also likely that every variant will be fitted with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) exclusively. It’s likely that the new Outback will have even more advanced safety tech including the new DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation system that we saw debut on the latest Forester release.

A 5 star ANCAP safety rating is also expected in any new Subaru release, and the company is well known for its rigorous safety standards. 

At the moment we know very little about the interior, no details are available, and no teaser images have been released. However, it’s worth noting that the new Subaru Legacy sedans available in the US are available with either a pair of 7” or a single 11.6” infotainment touchscreen. It makes logical sense that we will also see these infotainment options on the upcoming new Subaru Outback.

Australian Availability

The new Subaru Outback sells well here in Australia, so it makes perfect sense to make it available here in the near future. However, at the moment there are no firm details for an Australian release date, but we will keep you informed.

If you’re looking for a Subaru Outback in Perth, get in touch with Perth City Subaru to arrange a no obligation test drive today.