Subaru Gas Saving Maintenance & Fuel Efficiency Tips
Increase Your Subaru's Fuel Efficiency with Proper Maintenance with the Help of our Waco, Texas Auto Service Center
The key to optimum fuel efficiency is regular vehicle maintenance. While Subaru is one of the industry leaders in fuel efficiency technology,
neglecting your vehicle's recommended maintenance schedule can impact
your Subaru's performance by increasing fuel consumption. Even
with fuel prices trending downward, the team at Jubilee Subaru
understands that you'd like to fill up your gas tank without breaking
Jubilee Subaru of Waco stocks
Genuine Subaru Maintenance Parts and offers a full menu of services to
assist you with improving your vehicle's performance and fuel economy.
Have questions? Give our certified Subaru Service Advisors a call at (888)-705-4765 for
customized recommendations maximize your mileage. Even if you haven't
been diligent with your Subaru's maintenance in the past, we can help
get you on the fast track to improved vehicle performance and fuel
Gas Saving Maintenance Tips for your Subaru from the Experts at Our Waco Subaru Dealership:
OIL CHANGE SERVICES Regular maintenance helps prevent costly repairs and optimize fuel economy. Recent updates to Subaru maintenance guidelines recommend an oil change service for your vehicle every 6,000 miles. Conscientiously following the recommended schedule for your oil changes and basic maintenance will assist in preventing oil breakdown and engine sludge build up. Clean air filters help assure that clean air reaches your engine. Regularly replacing your Genuine Subaru Cabin and Engine Air Filters per vehicle specifications helps improve engine efficacy.
ENGINE MAINTENANCE Carbon deposits in your engine reduce fuel economy. Subaru offers Genuine Subaru Engine Cleaner and Genuine Subaru Throttle Plate and Induction Cleaner to assist in removing carbon deposit and Genuine Subaru Fuel Injector Cleaner Fluid helps prevent build-up from occurring.
The "Check Engine" light could indicate a multitude of part malfunctions
that impact fuel economy. Repair of faulty oxygen sensors, improperly
functioning spark plugs, or leaking fuel injectors will improve your
vehicle's performance and positively effect your fuel economy.
Under-inflated tires drag down your Subaru's fuel efficiency. Central Texas is no stranger to drastic changes in weather, and rapid temperature changes can effect your tire pressure. Your optimum tire pressure rating is located just inside the driver's side door of your Subaru.To get your most accurate reading, always check your pressure when your tires are cold and adjust accordingly.