Added Security

 

Added Security covers wear and tear of covered components. What does that mean to you?

When you compare Added Security mechanical coverage to the competition, Non-Subaru extended service agreements have the simple goal of being profitable to the seller. Subaru, on the other hand, stands behind the Added Security program because our goal is to ensure that your ownership experience makes you want to buy another Subaru. If a covered component breaks, our Subaru-trained technicians will fix it. And as with your original Subaru warranty, we use only new or Subaru re-manufactured parts - not "like" or used parts.

Wear and Tear: the importance of fine print.

With Added Security, Subaru will cover parts that fail to perform as originally intended when they were manufactured. And unlike other plans, Subaru's does not exclude wear and tear of covered components (e.g., low engine compression, or excess oil consumption due to worn engine components); consequential damage to other components (e.g., brake caliper repairs requiring new brake pads); struts and constant-velocity joints (even torn CV boots are covered). With Added Security, we'll repair covered components until 100,000 or even 120,000 miles, depending on the plan you select.