FACT: Subaru designed today's engines to operate longer between oil changes. After decades of reminding owners to change engine oil every 3,000 miles, engine and oil technologies now allow for up to six month or 6,000-mile maintenance intervals.
Oil Consumption Home On August 31, 2016, the Court entered an Order Granting the Motion for Final Approval of Settlement and Dismissing the Action with Prejudice, and also entered an Order Granting the Motion for Attorneys Fees, Expenses and Incentive Awards.
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Owners of Subaru Forester, Outback, Crosstrek, Impreza and Legacy are getting compensation from Subaru from the oil consumption lawsuit filed against them. According to Law360, Subaru of America (SOA) has agreed to compensate the drivers who filed the class action suit.
Subaru will replace the piston rings on some 2011-2014 Outback, Forester, and XV Crosstrek crossovers, and Impreza and Legacy sedans, due to a problem with excessive oil consumption.On some of these vehicles, Subaru has found unanticipated wear of the oil control piston rings.
"While we believe the oil consumption of our vehicles to be within acceptable levels, we continually work to reduce the amount of consumable goods, such as oil, that our vehicles require to operate," said Dominick Infante, national manager of product communications for Subaru.
Subaru’s oil consumption issue case against the automaker affects more than 665,000 Subaru owners with Forester, Outback, Crosstrek, Impreza and Legacy, models from 2011 to 2015. If you are one ...
Oil consumption is a maintanence issue, so plaintiffs can’t establish that an actual defect exists. As part of the settlement, owners and lessees were reimbursed for any free repairs and an extended warranty.