Subaru Service and Spare Parts
Posted 16 November 2007 - 05:42 PM
Need to ask your expert opinion on Subaru WRX STi. I'm like this car very
very much. But my current financial situation not allow me to buy.
Can I chk some items with u as below:
1. Is the Service for this car easy to find. Such as the "Oil
Filter". Beside the "Sunway" area.
2. Those 02,03,04 unreg car, is that worth to buy and will insurance cover.
3. If accident, is there any workshop able to repair and get the replacement
Don't want to regret after buy this car without any support.
Posted 06 February 2008 - 12:35 PM
can order for you from motor image singapore. if you are buying from recond
shop/used car, make sure you check everything ap, year of make, whether its
converted (many ver7 have been converted to ver8). please do a research on
the net for the year and various version before buying. If accident you can
send to motor image for repairs. I am not working for motor image but I own
wrx which I bought from motor image. If you worry too much about this car
please reconsider as this is an enthusiast car and the support for parts
and service will never be as toyota or honda or nissan. but there are many
subaru speclisit in klang vally like tech tune, auto enginuity, rs auto,
etc. and also this is a niche market car just like any other niche market
car, you need passion to nurture this car. but one word, great to own and
drive! i have no regret because I bought from motor image and it comes
with 3 years warranty and all. please read about wrx before you decide.
Posted 13 February 2008 - 07:48 AM
either the Subarus or the Mits. As for the major difference between a
converted-Ver7 and Ver8, isn't the 5-speed a tell-tale sign ? What else
are there to tell them apart ? Instrumentations and festures please ?
Posted 15 July 2008 - 04:08 PM
I just bought a new Impreza 1.5R at Singapore. I just to know beside in
PJ or Klang area, is it hard to find a servise shop who specialist
in "Niche market" car in JB? Because I'm planning to do car servicing at
JB to avoid the higher cost at Singapore.