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Subaru parts get cheaper

SUBARU running costs should be cheaper following a reduction on parts prices, with lower maintenance bills and reduced insurance premiums. The initiative involves 200 individual parts numbers for models including the Impreza, Forester and Legacy and involves price cuts of up to 56%.

Items covered include timing belts, oil, air and fuel filters, water pumps, brake pads and discs as well as wings, bonnets and bumpers. Subaru parts manager Matthew Davies said: 'We aim to mail more than 10,000 price sheets as we are determined to expand the use of genuine Subaru parts.

'There are many benefits in choosing factory-quality parts including reduced fitting times and our comprehensive three years/60,000 miles warranty. Furthermore, despite our price reductions, dealer margins remain intact.'

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