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Recent Subaru part requests

  • SUBARU JUSTY | HATCH 1990 1189CC PETROL MANUAL
    Windscreen
  • SUBARU IMPREZA | HATCH 2000 1994CC PETROL MANUAL
    Nearside Windscreen Trim
  • SUBARU IMPREZA GL 4WD | ESTATE 1994 1820CC PETROL AUTOMATIC
    Ignition Barrel
  • SUBARU IMPREZA | SALOON 2001 1994CC PETROL MANUAL
    Bumper (Rear)
  • SUBARU IMPREZA | HATCH 2004 1994CC PETROL MANUAL
    Lambda / Oxygen Sensor

LATEST PRICES

  • SUBARU IMPREZA IMPORT
    Turbo
    £354.00
  • SUBARU FORESTER XLN
    Door (Front Driver Side)
    £60.00
  • SUBARU OUTBACK R AWD
    Headlight / Headlamp (Passenger Side)
    £165.00
  • SUBARU IMPREZA WRX UK300
    Bumper (Rear)
    £245.00
  • SUBARU IMPREZA WRX TURBO
    Lambda / Oxygen Sensor
    £48.00
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About Subaru Cars

Subaru means "unite" and the six stars on the company logo represent the 6 companies from the FHI group (Fuji Heavy Industries). The company formed in 1917 in Japan and initially was involved in aircraft research but soon began to produce airplanes.

They produced airplanes until WWII and then the company created its first scooter called the Fuji Rabbit. This was made using spare parts from its airplanes. Soon after the war the company became two different business that manufactured scooters, engines and chassis. The CEO at this time, Kenji Kita wanted to become involved in the automotive world and so therefore the company produced their first car, the Subaru 1500 in 1954.

The 1500 also known as the P1 saw the production of the 360 four years later in 1958. This was followed by the production of the Sambar in 1961 and finally the R2 in 1969.

In the 1970s, they decided to expand its range of cars from small vehicles such as the Rex and Sambar and to produce much larger cars to fit into the mainstream passenger car market. This resulted in the production of the Leone and the Legacy in 1989 which proved to be hugely successful for the company.

The Plaza Accord agreement of 1985 resulted in them producing more cars. Their Legacy creation was influenced by their desire to compete with other successful Japanese car manufacturers such as Toyota and Honda, and they marketed the Legacy against the Camry and Accord.

The Legacy was a mainstream model and they continued to make similar cars such as the Alcyone XT in 1985 and the GT six-cylinder SVX in 1992.

Between 1995 to 2000, Subaru ran an advertisement for its new car, the Subaru Outback, and the advert featured Paul Hogan as "Crocodile Dundee". The advert was hugely successful and helped to highlight their all-wheel drive. The advert used the tagline "the world's first sport utility wagon.

During the 90s Subaru decided to move away from the production of small vehicles and concentrated their efforts on rally cars. This then paved the way for the Vivio and the Impreza.

Subaru used their knowledge of aerodynamic technology to aid them in their automotive industry. They created the "boxer" engines as well as using monocoque construction. Subaru is also the only car manufacturer that currently offers all-wheel drive as standard issue on most of their models. They were also the first manufacturer to introduce ECTV (electronic continuously variable transmission); this replaces the use of standard gears.

In 2007 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show Subaru introduced a horizontally opposed, and water-cooled turbo diesel car called the Subaru EE engine, this was the first engine of its type to be fitted to a passenger car.

In September 2008 the diesel Forester and diesel Impreza where featured at the Paris Motor Show, they both had a 6-speed manual transmission.

Current models include the WRX and WRX STI, the Outback Sport, the Subaru Tribeca SUV and the Subaru Crosstrek XV.

Subaru Breakers

Our car breakers have quoted on 161 used Subaru parts in the last 30 days. Popular part requests during that time have been for replacement door mirror / wing mirror (passenger side electric and heated), engine (petrol bare), headlight / headlamp (passenger side), gearbox (automatic) and sun visor (driver side). Quotes have ranged from £35.00 for a Subaru Impreza Wrx Turbo catalytic converter to £567.00 for a Subaru Legacy Gx Awd differential. There are currently 73824 Subarus left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Subaru in 2018 were bumper (front), gearbox (manual), pas / power steering pumps, engine (petrol complete) and headlight / headlamp (driver side).

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