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We're open, and like wheel wizards, we can help from a distance!

How we can tend to your vehicle needs now

We have an array of options to help you take care of your car and stay healthy and safe during this time with near-zero contact service.

We have curbside service and we are offering come-to-you service!

Disinfecting each vehicle before we enter and after we're finished

Disinfecting loaner vehicles between every use


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Community Closet gets a van

A happy group of people standing around a van?

Brown Appliance and Mattress and Stanley Subaru gave Community Closet a van.

It may not seem like much, but a van is a very big deal for the nonprofit. Before the ink was dry on the paperwork making everything official, Community Closet proprietor Jackie Wycoff was already telling Jason Brown and Mark Politte how having the van would free up storage space to allow for faster sorting of donations. That, in turn, would lead to more clothes and goods available for customers and people in need.

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Car care tips to save you money and increase your trade-in value

Put frankly, simple maintenance tasks keep your Subaru in top running condition which ultimately saves you money, because timely maintenance does more than keep your Subaru running smoothly; it can increase your car's trade-in value, improve its mileage, and save you time and costly repairs down the road.


Check the level of coolant in your radiator by looking at the coolant overflow tank. Maintaining proper antifreeze will keep your engine cool in hot weather and prevent damage when temperatures fall as low as 40 below zero.

Mr Freeze the Batman villain trying to figure out which antifreeze to use


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Becky's Top Tips for how to save money maintaining your vehicle


Hi, my name is Becky from Stanley Subaru, and this is my top tip on how to save money maintaining your vehicle with 100,000 miles.

Join the 100k Club at Stanley Subaru. It's free! The more mileage on your car, the more money you save. With 100,000 miles, you save 10% off parts and labor. 150,000 and you save 15% off parts and labor. Best of all, it's any make or model, any vehicle, not just Subarus.

The 100k Club, one of the many reasons Stanley Subaru is The Smart Choice. For twenty years…

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What do I need to know about shocks and struts?

Shocks and struts are the bits of your car that keep you from scraping the the bottom of your car on the road but also make it so you don't feel every little bump. Without shocks and struts, your vehicle would continually bounce and bound down the road. While it looks fun in rally video, experiencing it going to work is a real bummer.

Since winter is the time of frost heaves and infinite potholes, it's a good idea to check that shocks and struts are in top condition during the winter months.

cracked winter road

How They Work

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Tires for Life 2.0 means you get even more

Tires for Life has grown to be even better for you

Every dollar you spend on maintenance and repairs at Stanley Subaru is eligible toward tires. When you purchase a new vehicle at Stanley Subaru, we offer you Tires for Life 2.0. There is absolutely no cost to you! We make it available to you as a thank you for being our guest.

Why pay for tires on a new Subaru? Our guests don't.

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How to care for your car's filters

Road dust, fuel system condensation and engine-oil sludge are unseen enemies that can cause harm to your engine, or prevent it from working at its best. Your best defense? Come get genuine Subaru filter replacements to help ensure that your engine lives a healthy, high-mileage life. When each filter needs replacement varies, but you can always look it up in your manual or on our maintenance schedule.

Certified Master Technician Chris Williams answering questions from guests about key parts of their engine and transmission

Oil Filters

Fuel Filters

Air Filters

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Why and how to take care of your tires

We all know that tires wear. There are certain things you, as an owner, can do to help minimize this wear and prolong the life of your tires (and save money!).

66 Batman Batmobile wheel

Keep your tires properly inflated.

This is perhaps the single most important thing you can do.

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What is the light on my dashboard and how do I get it to go away?

Why is that light showing up on the dashboard? How do I fix whatever it is telling me to fix to get the light to go away? There aren't a lot of perennial questions for cars, but everyone at some point has heard their car make a ding and had no idea why it was mad at them. Well, no longer! We have the top Subaru dashboard questions answered here, but have no fear: we've also answered the other ones!

so many dash lights


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Check engine light

When you start your vehicle, the check engine light comes on momentarily to test the engine/emission control system and bulb. The system is self-diagnostic and the light is a way to communicate trouble. The system is designed to function in a "limp home" mode when trouble occurs and the light comes on - and stays on. However, take your vehicle to an authorized Subaru dealer right away.

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