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Own a Subaru???? , We think you’ll want to know about Suburb Service Independent Subaru service, and why we have so many happy, loyal customers.
Own a Subaru???? , We think you’ll want to know about Suburb Service Independent Subaru service, and why we have so many happy, loyal customers.

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2014 Subaru Forester Leaked!! Check out the secret photo here: http://ow.ly/e380a

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At Suburb Service, we want to make sure Subaru buyers get the best possible value for their dollar. If you have made the wise choice to invest in a new Subaru, don’t make the mistake of adding on unneeded extras. When you shop for your next Subaru, keep in mind this list of five dealer options that you can do without.

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1. Rust proof under-coatings, stain proof fabric protection, and other dealer-added chemicals.

Modern vehicles ship from the factory with excellent rust protection. Modern car interiors are generally made of excellent materials that clean up easily without expensive dealer coatings. Worse, many dealers may purchase the same materials that you could from an auto supply store, and pay an employee to spray it on at a tremendous mark up to the consumer. Purchasing stain protection yourself gives you the added security of knowing what type of chemicals you are placing near your skin day in and day out. If you feel you need additional fabric stain protection, purchase a bottle yourself and save on the unnecessary cost

2. In-car DVD, CD, navigation, and other electronics.

Mobile technologies are far outpacing the ability of car manufacturers to catch up. If you invest in a quality vehicle, you may drive it for ten or more years. In the meantime, hardwired devices such as in-car navigation systems may become antiquated or entirely obsolete. If you have a smartphone or a tablet computer, you may already have access to a wider variety of services and media than you can find in even the most sophisticated of in-car systems.

If you have a smartphone with 3g, consider acquiring an inexpensive dashboard mount for easy access to navigation. A tablet computer with 3g, or a tablet computer tethered to a smartphone with 3g, offers instant access to streaming video for restless children in the backseat. The best part? As the technology evolves, you are not left with expensive, inoperable relics like the car phones of the late 1980s.

3. Paint protection coatings.

Like undercoat protection and stain protection, paint protection is not really necessary for modern vehicles. Your car will look better after regular washing and waxing, and should not receive any type of waxing or other coating for the first several months after purchase.

Read More At: http://suburbservice.net/dealer-options-not-worth-the-money
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Tips to Prevent Oil Leaks: Use ground cloths or drip pans beneath your vehicle if you have leaks or are doing engine work. Clean up spills immediately. Collect all used oil in containers with tight fitting lids. Do not mix different engine fluids.

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Tips to Prevent Oil Leaks: Recycle used motor oil. Suburb Service recycles all of your drained motor oils, transmission fluids, brake fluids and differential fluids. We employ EPA approved waste oil furnaces to heat our shops the burn your used oil. We are the ONLY Subaru Service Center in the Pacific Northwest to do so. Just one more way we help improve the environment and keep the Northwest cleaner.

Read more at: http://suburbservice.net/subaru-car-maintenance

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Certified Emissions Specialist Now Available in Seattle!
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