Will My Warranty Cover it?

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    What is Not Covered:


    Parts Covered By Other Warranties

    These warranties do not cover any parts, such as tires, which are covered by their own separate warranties.



    Maintenance and Adjustment Services; Normal Deterioration

    These warranties do not cover the cost of parts or labor involved in performing any normal maintenance services. There is also no coverage for normal deterioration or fading of paint, soft trim, cosmetic and appearance items.



    Damage or Malfunction Due to Improper Repair or Unauthorized Parts

    These warranties do not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to any unauthorized alteration or modification made to the car such as the removal of parts or the installation of parts, equipment or accessories or improper repairs or adjustments not approved or recommended by SOA.



    Damage or Malfunction Due to Abuse, Neglect, Accident or Fire

    These warranties do not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to objects striking the car, road hazards, whether on or off the road, accident, fire, neglect, abuse or any other cause beyond the control of SOA.



    Damage Caused By a Non-Covered, Unauthorized Part

    These warranties do not cover damage to a covered component directly caused by the failure of a non-covered part, accessory or occurrence of event.



    Damage Caused Due to Use of Vehicle in Competitive Events

    These warranties do not cover damage to any component that is the result of operating the vehicle in any competition or racing event.



    Damage or Malfunctions Due to Lack of Maintenance or Failure to Follow Instructions

    These warranties do not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to a failure to follow the operating instructions set forth in the Owner's Manual (e.g., failure to use proper fuel) or a failure to follow the Schedule of Recommended Inspection and Maintenance Services set forth in this Booklet.



    Damage Caused by the Environment

    These warranties do not cover damage caused by airborne fallout (which includes but is not limited to chemicals, tree sap, and bird droppings), salt, water, flooding, hail, windstorm, lightning, extreme temperatures, or any other environmental cause.



    Repairs By Non-Authorized Subaru Dealers

    Except in the case of emergency repairs as previously explained, labor and material expenses for repairs performed at any facility other than that of an Authorized SUBARU Dealer are not covered.



    Cars Ineligible for Warranty Coverage

    The car is not eligible for warranty coverage if the vehicle identification number is altered or cannot be read; if the car has been declared a total loss or sold for salvage purposes; if the vehicle has been dismantled, destroyed or changed in such a manner that constitutes a material alteration of its original construction; if the odometer mileage has been changed so that mileage cannot be readily determined.



    Applied Chemicals

    These warranties do not cover any part of the vehicle's finish which is damaged by adding or applying chemicals other than those approved or recommended by SOA.



    Damage Caused By a Non-Covered Part

    These warranties do not cover damage to a covered component directly caused by the failure of a non-covered part or occurrence of event.



    Commercial Use

    These warranties do not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to commercial use of the car, unless this exclusion is expressly waived in writing by SOA.

    Other Expenses

    SOA, ITS DISTRIBUTORS, AND AUTHORIZED SUBARU DEALERS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF USE OF THE CAR; FOR ANY ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION, LODGING, FOOD OR TELEPHONE EXPENSES; FOR ANY DAMAGE TO GOODS, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOSS OF TIME OR INCONVENIENCE; OR FOR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages; therefore, the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
     

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