Looking for a maintenance schedule to follow for your Subaru? You've come to the right place! On this page, you'll find Subaru's recommended maintenance intervals. Bringing your Outback, Legacy, or Crosstrek in for service at these milestones will make sure your Subaru is always ready to take on your next adventure.

Jump to your mileage or ownership length below to see which services are due. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our team at Ira Subaru in Danvers, MA.

6,000 Miles or 6 Months

Your very first maintenance visit takes place once you've gone 6,000 miles in your Subaru or it's been 6 months since your purchase. During this service set, a professional technician will:

  • Replace the engine oil and filter-protecting and lubricating the engine for optimal performance.
  • Inspect and rotate your Subaru's tires-by trading out the positions of each tire, this service helps ensure even tread wear, so you can get the most out of your tire set.

The above services are some of the most important tasks you can do for your vehicle. And they repeat the most often-for every maintenance interval, your Subaru service tech will perform an oil change and tire rotation.

12,000 Miles or 12 Months

One year of driving your Subaru Impreza, Crosstrek, or Forester calls for a thorough inspection of its main systems to make sure everything is in tip-top shape. It's time to…

  • Replace the A/C filter
  • Inspect the steering and suspension systems
  • Inspect clutch operation in manual models
  • Inspect all aspects of the braking system including disc brakes, axle boots, brake lines, and parking brake.

18,000 Miles or 18 Months

Perform routine 6,000-mile / 6-month services.

24,000 Miles or 24 Months

Perform routine 12,000-mile / 12-month services.

30,000 Miles or 36 Months

30,000 miles in your Subaru have come and gone and with them there's been many exciting adventures cruising Wakefield, Reading, and beyond. At the 3-year mark you'll need to bring your vehicle by for some key inspections and replacements, including:

  • All services listed in the 6,000-mile and 12,000-mile interval sets
  • Inspect the drive belts
  • Inspect the fuel systems, lines and connections
  • Inspect the engine coolant system including hoses and connections
  • Inspect transmission fluid (for CVT models), replace clutch fluid (for manual models)
  • Replace the air filter element

42,000 Miles or 42 Months

Perform routine 6,000-mile / 6-month services.

48,000 Miles or 48 Months

Perform routine 12,000-mile / 12-month services.

54,000 Miles or 54 Months

Perform routine 6,000-mile / 6-month services.

60,000 Miles or 60 Months

It's been 60,000 miles or five years driving your Subaru, and you've made some great memories on the road. Get your Outback or WRX in for the care it needs. At this point in your ownership, it's time for the following maintenance: 

  • All services found in the 30,000-mile maintenance interval
  • Inspect the wheel bearings
  • Replace spark plugs

…And Repeat!

Whether you're driving Wakefield, Reading, or another town in coastal MA, following a preventative maintenance plan is the very best way to ensure that your Subaru keeps running strong. We hope this online schedule helped you see what services your Subaru needs.

Get the items above taken care of by the highly trained technicians at Ira Subaru in Danvers. In addition to the convenience of online scheduling, we offer complimentary coffee, Wi-Fi, and private work stations so you can conveniently fit service into your day. Schedule your Subaru service with us today!  

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