All cars being serviced at Cricks Subaru are thoroughly inspected and any recommendations for adjustments are discussed with our customers.
That’s why we insist that every technician who works for us goes through a rigorous training program to become knowledgeable about all Subaru models.
Whatever Subaru you drive, you can rest assured that our technicians are up to speed on what’s under the bonnet, and have access to the right diagnostic tools.
Please call our friendly team or fill in our online service booking form, and we'll contact you shortly.
Subaru genuine service is focused on the performance, safety & retained value of your car, and it’s these elements that really set a Subaru service apart from a regular one. When you pick up your car afterwards you‘ll notice that your invoice is divided into these three key areas.
During any scheduled service, Subaru technicians focus on preserving and enhancing the performance of your car by completing a factory-approved comprehensive performance checklist. This checklist includes the performance of your engine, steering and transmission, which means your service may include replacing your engine oil and oil filter, replacing spark plugs, rotating your tyres and replacing your transmission fluid.
Another focus of your scheduled service will be on preserving and enhancing the safety of your car by completing a factory-approved comprehensive safety checklist. This checklist includes the safety of your brakes, exhaust system, suspension and electrical system, which means your service may include replacing front brake pads, inspecting exhaust for security and leaks, replacing front wheel bearings and checking headlight operation.
By servicing your car at an authorised Subaru service centre using Subaru genuine parts, you get more than just peace of mind. You’ll also have the reassurance of a full Subaru service history to further help safeguard the ongoing value of your investment.
To maintain Manufacturer warranty requirements.
To save you money by predicting repairs before component failure and breakdown.
To maintain the safety of your car for you and your passengers.
To improve fuel economy.
To reduce running costs.
To improve running efficiently and greenhouse emissions.
To extend the life of the car and promote smoother driving.
Maintain a good resale value.
Whilst there is no requirement, rule or law that says you must service your car before you sell it, it might be something you want to consider. It may increase buyer confidence knowing you've recently invested money into servicing the car.
There is no legal requirement in Australia to get your car serviced regularly, or even at all. It is, however, in your best interest to do so.
Service times will vary due to the manufacturer’s recommendations, though a regular service would have an estimated time of 1.5 hours and a major can take around 4 hours to complete.
We service all makes and models including Toyota, Mitsubishi, Subaru, KIA, Honda, Nissan, Mazda and many more.
When your check engine light comes on, there could be a number of issues. It could be something basic, like a loose fuel cap, or it could be something serious. The best way to ensure that you are safe behind the wheel is to bring your vehicle into our service department for an inspection or service. We can diagnose the issue and offer a solution if necessary.
Air Conditioning Service
Battery Service / Replacement
Scratch, Dent & Paint
Suspension / Steering
Wheel Alignment / Balance