Why Service at
Vehicles need both preventive servicing and unexpected repairs. Anyone who owns a Subaru has gone through the dilemma of where to service your vehicle. The Subaru dealers offer many benefits including Subaru certified trained technicians and the use of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts, which are known to keep your vehicle in peak performance. You can even make an appointment for repair or maintenance to your vehicle form the convenience of your home with our online Service Appointment Form.
While at the Reedman-Toll Subaru service center, feel free to ask questions you might have. Don't feel like the answer is obvious, we are happy to address your concerns. Have questions before bringning your vehicle in for service? Fill out our Ask A Tech form, and one of our technicians will get back to you with an answer you can understand.
Another benefit of bringing your vehicle to our service department is that our technicians are all trained and certified for the specific specifications of Subaru vehicles. Cars and trucks today are extremely complex machines, and their unique characteristics vary heavily from brand to brand. Something else to look for is Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. Maintaining exact manufacturer specifications is important in achieving optimum performance. The low-price allure of aftermarket parts often prompts customers to forgo OEM quality, but spending the extra dollars on factory-approved equipment can make a big difference down the road, especially in terms of vehicle longevity.
Before your Subaru is worked on, Reedman-Toll Subaru makes sure you know the cost of any repairs that are going to be done. We want you to understand the way in which you will be billed for an auto repair. And if our technician finds that more work need to be done, you will be notified for approval of the work. Looking for the best deals in Subaru service? View our online Service Specials for the most in savings.
Subaru Quality in PA
Subaru is known for standing out from the crowded car market by using a unique approach when it comes to powertrain and transmission. Subaru crafts vehicles whose all-wheel-drive powertrains and available turbochargers facilitate sharp performance. All models come with AWD and the Subaru trademarked Boxer engine, yet they are discreet and versatile enough to serve as competent family haulers. Furthermore, the brand is known for boasting some of the best crash test scores in the automotive world. Subaru started the '70s with the introduction of the GL/DL (called the Leone in other markets). The sedan (it was soon joined by a coupe and a station wagon) broke new ground by offering four-wheel-drive (4WD) capability. Up until then, 4WD had only been offered in off-road-oriented vehicles.
The automaker made a name for itself in motorsports in the 1990s by being the first Japanese marque to win the Manufacturers' title at the World Rally Championship three years in a row. Subaru continued to offer versatile but slightly quirky vehicles through the '80s. It developed the world's first electronically controlled continuously variable transmission. Today, Subaru's lineup includes everything from compact trucks to family-friendly wagons to high-performance cars such as the WRX STi. The brand is hailed as a top pick for enthusiasts seeking vehicles that offer both utility and performance.