Subaru Vehicles Are Our Passion
Fuji Heavy industries introduced the very first Subaru automobile in 1954. Subaru is named after the Japanese name for the Pledias star cluster M45, also known as the “Seven Sisters.” The Grecian myth states that in the legend of the seven sisters, one of the sisters is invisible, which is indicated by the six stars on the Subaru logo. Subaru of America first came to Pennsylvania in 1968, and eventually moved to its current headquarters in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Today, Subaru is among the top 25 largest automakers in the world. In the United States, Subaru automobiles are traditionally popular among a dedicated core of buyers, and for good reason. Subarus are incredibly reliable it is said that 95% of all Subaru vehicles sold in the last ten years are still on the road. Subaru of Indiana Automotive was the first automotive assembly plant in the United States to have a zero landfill production designation. Subaru boasts that all of their automobiles are used with 100% recyclable material. Since 1996, all Subaru models have come standard with four wheel drive (with the exception of the BRZ, which was introduced in 2012).
Except for the Pacific Northwest, the Ann Arbor area hosts the largest concentration of Subaru owners in the United States. At Convenience Auto, we are proud to be Ann Arbor's first choice for Subaru Repairs and Maintenance. Our team has factory training, experience and the latest scan tools to get you back on the road fast. Give us a call today !