At Subaru Pacific we offer our customers the great benefit of Subaru Added Security Extended Service Contracts for your Subaru car or SUV. These added security plans are backed by Subaru of America, so you know the coverage will be there should you need it. There are eight different options to choose from, covering up to 7 years or 100,000 miles, so we're sure you can find a plan that best suits your needs.
Subaru Added Security Plans offer comprehensive coverage, including items that are often excluded from other service contracts, such as wear and tear, and on-board computers. All repairs are done with Genuine Subaru parts, and performed by Factory Trained Subaru Technicians. And with an Added Security Service Contract you'll also receive towing and rental benefits, with reimbursements for covered repairs.
An Added Security Contract can also enhance the resale value of your Subaru. If you sell your Subaru to a private owner, any remaining coverage can be transferred within 30 days. You can also choose to cancel your coverage and apply for a pro rate refund. And an Added Security Contract protects your investment and provides an inflation hedge on future repairs.
Take a look at the different Subaru Added Security Extended Service Contracts offered here at Subaru Pacific, and then give us a call (888) 811-6691. We'll be happy to discuss the different options with you and help you choose the plan that best fits your family's needs, and their budget.
The powertrain plans covers parts of the Engine, Transmission, All-Wheel Drive, and Towing and Rental Car.
This includes the parts of the engine block, the camshaft, all internal lubricated parts, the fuel injection system, intake manifolds cylinder heads, flywheel, the turbocharger assembly, valve covers, drive belts, the motor mounts, oil pump and pan, the oil sending unit, and all the seals and gaskets are all covered.
The parts of the transmission, transmission mounts, the torque converter, the transaxle case, and all the seals and gaskets.
All the parts of the final drive housing/rear differential assembly, all internal parts, axle shafts, propeller shaft, rear torsion bars and control arms, constant velocity joints and boots, double offset joints, universal joints, center support bearings, wheel bearings and spindle, hub bearings and the seals and gaskets.
If a breakdown occurs and the failure is covered Subaru will pay up to $50 per occurrence for towing. Subaru will also pay up to $35 a day for the rental, up to a maximum of $175 for each disablement if your car needs to be kept overnight.
The Subaru Classic Plan covers all the parts that are listed under the Powertrain Plan, plus: Cooling and Fuel, Steering, Front Suspension, Air Conditioning, Electrical, and Brakes.
If you're looking for coverage that is most similar to the manufacturer's bumper-to-bumper coverage, The Subaru Gold Plus Plan may fit your needs the best. There are only a few maintenance services and body parts not covered. With the Gold Plus Plan you'll also receive the added benefit of trip allowance. If you're traveling out of town and experience a breakdown Subaru will pay up to $500 towards lodging and meals for you and your family, if the repair is covered. The Gold Plus Plan also includes 24-hour emergency on-site road service for jump start, delivery of gasoline, a tire change with your good spare, and other minor repairs, as well as Road Hazard Tire Protection.
For even further coverage Subaru also has two Maintenance Plans for you to choose from:
The cost of the Maintenance Plan can be included in your lease payment if you're leasing your Subaru. And roadside assistance is included for no additional cost.
By choosing a Maintenance Plan it not only allows you to lock-in the cost of your scheduled maintenance that is required to keep your factory warranty in place, it also ensures that your Subaru continues to remain in top running condition.