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Subaru parts can be hard to locate at times. They're the smallest of the "Big 4" Japanese automakers that have a big presence in the U.S. But despite their rank behind Honda, Toyota and Nissan in terms of pure volume of cars, Subaru owners think their brand is #1.
This level of dedication requires a quality supply of Subaru parts, available anytime, at the click of a button. Fast shipping (with free specials) helps, as does having a great warranty to back each Subaru part. Throw in superior customer service, and you have Buy Auto Parts, your online headquarters for Subaru parts.
Simply enter your Subaru's year or make, and our efficient part ordering system takes it from there. If you'd like to speak with a BuyAutoParts.com representative, our Subaru consultants are available at (800) 241-3197. We'll help locate any part you can't find on our website.
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Subaru's fleet of 4WD vehicles have gained a dedicated following of repeat drivers, and for good reason. Every Subaru features detailed design, rugged dependability and advanced safety features. Subaru’s are extremely popular, which means the marked for Subaru parts online is busier than ever.
Buy Auto Parts offers one of the widest selections of Subaru parts you'll find anywhere. Every Subaru component that leaves our warehouse is backed by a 12-month limited warranty, but that's just the start. Our discount Subaru parts feature online ordering convenience and free U.S. ground shipping for any order that exceeds $99.00.
Only premium Subaru aftermarket parts, designed and manufactured to stringent original factory standards, will satisfy a Subaru owner. That's why we're one of the preferred online Subaru part suppliers. We've made great strides since the dawn of the discount Subaru parts era. But if you think we've come a long way, wait until you learn more about Subaru's storied history!
History of Subaru Cars & Parts
Subaru is a Japanese automobile manufacturer that is a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), a transportation conglomerate. It was established in 1953 and has its headquarters in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The company was originally established as the Nakajima Aircraft Company and it manufactured aircraft for Japan during the Second World War. After the War, in 1953, FHI (as it was now called) turned to automobile production.
The first car was named by the CEO of the company, Kenji Kita, as the Subaru 1500. The car was named after the Japanese word for the Pleiades constellation. The 350 holds distinction as the first Subaru car that created an aftermarket Subaru part supply chain. The Subaru 360, a microcar which was rolled out in 1958, was the brand's first mass produced car. It was equipped with a 360cc engine and remained in production till 1971. In 1964, Subaru rolled out its first front-wheel drive vehicle, the 1000. The kei car was also the first production vehicle to be equipped with a boxer engine. The R-2 was rolled out in 1969 to replace the 360. As the 60s rolled into the 70s, Subaru’s kept rolling off the factory floor and Subaru parts kept up in steady supply!
In 1971, the company introduced the Rex, a kei car that quickly overtook the R-2 in popularity. In the same year, the Leone, a compact car that was powered by the Subaru EA boxer engine, was rolled off the assembly lines. Subaru produced the coupe utility variant of the Leone, the BRAT (Bi-drive, Recreational All-terrain Transporter), in 1978.
The Legacy, which is the brand's flagship model, is a mid-size car that was first manufactured in 1989. In 1993, Subaru discontinued the Leone and replaced it with the Impreza, a compact model that was offered in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions. The car is currently in its 4th generation, which was rolled out in 2011. In 1995, Subaru unveiled the Forester, a compact crossover, at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The Forester introduction also ushered in the discount Subaru parts online market. The Tribeca, which is named after the neighborhood of the same name in New York City, is a mid-size crossover SUV that was rolled out in 2005.
The Legacy, WRX, BRZ and Outback are some of the other popular models of this brand. For younger drivers, the WRX is one of the best-performing sports cars on the road today fast, yet still infused with the Subaru DNA of quality and reliability.