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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.


The 2020 Subaru Outback Revealed

Subaru 2020

The Subaru Outback was one of the earliest soft roading pioneers, and it’s been an extremely popular choice for Aussie drivers that want a weekend adventure vehicle. An entirely new 2020 Outback has been revealed for a release later this year or early next year. Let’s take a closer look at what we’ve learned about this new release.

Subaru Outback

Note: Check out our updated 2022 Subaru Outback review and see how the latest model outperforms its predecessor! Click here to explore the exciting changes and enhancements

A Brief Overview

The latest Subaru Outbacks was recently unveiled ahead of the New York Motor Show. This is the 6th generation Subaru Outback, and it’s the first Outback to use the new global architecture. Subaru has promised that drivers have more off road freedom thanks to better suspension travel, the “X-mode” driving setting and an extra 7mm of ground clearance. There will be plenty of tech onboard, and for this first time, there will be a 2.4L turbocharged petrol option. 

Under the Skin

If you’re in the market for a Subaru Outback for sale with even better tech, this could be the release that you’ve been waiting for. The 6th generation Outback will have the latest driver distraction and crash avoidance technology onboard. Mounted in the centre of the dash is a larger vertical tablet like touchscreen and a 360º camera is available. The driving seat is ten way power adjustable so you can get the exact driving position that you need. The cabin is roomier with extra space for the front, and rear occupants and the cargo space has expanded to 2,100 litres with the rear seats folded flat. There are USB charging ports available for the front and rear seats and a set of rear air vents. Thanks to improvements in Noise, Handling and Vibration (NVH) characteristics including “sound insulated glass” Subaru claim that this Outback will be the quietest in the models 25 year history.

Under the Bonnet

The North American release will have an updated version of the current 2.5L four cylinder petrol engine which generations 135 kW of power and 238 Nm of torque. There will also be a new 2.4L turbocharged petrol engine that generates 194 kW of power and 375 Nm of torque. Both of these power plants will be paired with an automatic continuously variable transmission and all wheel drive. The towing capacity of the new Outback 2.4L turbo is 1,500kg, which is the same as the current 2.5 sold here in Australia. Our current 3.6L can tow 1,800kg, and the 2.0L diesel can haul 1,700kg. Sadly, it’s unlikely that we will see a 6th generation diesel Outback release here. Subaru claims that the updated 2.5L four cylinder engine can travel 900 km on a single tank of fuel, but there is no detailed fuel consumption data for the Australian market at this time.

Australian Release

The full specification for the Australian Outback release has not been revealed at this time. We expect the new Outback to be available here in Q4 2019 or Q1 2020 at the latest.

Check out our detailed review of the 2022 Subaru Outback.

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