How do I learn about Subaru vehicle recalls?

I’ve been driving Subarus for many years, so I know they’re really reliable, but how do I find out if I’ve been affected by a Subaru vehicle recall?

Sarah Gray · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Subarus are some of the most reliable and rugged vehicles around, but, you’re right, even they’re subject to a recall every now and again.
typically announces new vehicle recalls by making public statements and contacting affected owners directly, so be sure to check the news and keep an eye out for emails or letters from Subaru.
You can also find out about current or past Subaru vehicle recalls by visiting the following websites:
  • Subaru corporate website
  • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website
  • The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) website
  • Kelley Blue Book
Some of the most recent Subaru vehicle recalls include:
  • A recall on the 2019-2020
    , the 2020
    , and the 2020
    for a programming error in the TCU
  • Fuel pump recall affecting a variety of vehicles from 2018-2020
  • A recall on the 2018-2019
    and the 2019
    for rear stabilizer bracket bolt issues
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