Napa AutoCare Center Farmington Hills,Michigan Auto Repair Shop
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Subaru

Subaru the pride of Japan, At Napa Car Care Center in Farmington Hills we pride ourselves in knowing the technical engineering of the Asian market.  Bring in your Subaru today for any routine maintenance or auto repair. The services we provide at Napa Car Care Center in Farmington Hills include:


  • Oil Changes
  • Fluid Replacement (Transmission, Cooling System, Brake Fluid, Power Steering and Drive Train)
  • Brake Inspections
  • Air and Fuel Filter Replacement
  • Heating and A/C systems
  • Tire Rotations
  • Safety Inspections
  • Much Much More....

Contact us for a quote or to schedule service on your Subaru.

Napa Car Care Center in Farmington Hills also services the needs of Birmingham, Bloomfield, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Southfield, Troy, Livonia

Napa Car Care Center
28799 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

248.553.3302

Subaru (スバル?)Japanese pronunciation: [subaɽu]English pronunciation: /ˈsuːbəruː/ soo-bə-roo is the automobile manufacturing division of Japanese transportationconglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI).Subaru is internationally known for their use of the boxer engine layout popularized in cars by the Volkswagen Beetle and Porsche 911, in most of their vehicles above 1500cc as well as their use of the all wheel drive drivetrain layout, first introduced in 1972, that became standard equipment for mid-size and smaller cars in most international markets as of 1996, and is now standard in all Subaru vehicles. They also offer many turbocharged versions of their passenger cars, such as the sporty Impreza WRX.Fuji Heavy Industries, the parent company of Subaru, is currently in a partial partnership with Toyota Motor Corporation, which owns 16.5% of FHI.Subaru is the Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster, which in turn inspires the Subaru logo and alludes to the six companies that merged to create FHI.