Internal gears of a Subaru in for a reapair.

Denver, Colorado is known as the Subaru capital of the world. Subaru’s are great cars. We have good taste here in Colorado. 

Subaru is a Japanese car manufacturer that makes reliable and safe all-wheel drive vehicles. Subaru offers a variety of models to choose from, including sedans, wagons, and SUVs.

Subarus are most known for their all-wheel drive system, which is great for driving in snow and the other inclement weather we regularly see in Colorado. The Subaru all-wheel drive is great on rough, mountainous terrain. We have plenty of dirt roads here, and Subarus handle them well.

Some common Subaru models are the Outback, Forester, Crosstreck, Impreza, Ascent, and Solterra. They’re all great vehicles. 

Subarus are generally reliable and have a reputation for longevity. They also have great safety features, such as side curtain airbags, and a strong safety cage. Though they can be more expensive than some cars, they’re worth the investment. 

While Subarus are pretty reliable cars, like any car there are some common problems that can occur. 

Subarus with the EJ25 engine can sometimes experience head gasket failure. The head gasket is a part that seals the cylinders in the engine. If the head gasket fails, it can cause coolant to leak into the engine oil or vice versa. This can cause serious engine damage.

Subaru uses a continuously variable transmission (CVT) in many of its models. While CVTs are designed to be more fuel-efficient than traditional automatic transmissions, they can be more prone to problems as well. Some common problems with CVTs include slipping, shuddering, and making noise.

Electrical problems: Subarus have been known to have electrical problems, such as faulty wiring and sensors. These problems can cause a variety of issues, such as the check engine light coming on, the car not starting, or the power windows not working.

We have a collective 119 years working on cars, trucks, and tons Subarus in Colorado. We’re auto mechanics in Colorado so we’re required to like Subarus. It’s a good thing we actually like Subarus, whether or not it’s a requirement to maintain residency here.