In a move that is sure to win favour with both new and used Subaru buyers, the scheme will cover all services for the life of the car.
This creates a transferrable benefit, extending beyond the duration of the warranty period and for any kilkometres travelled.
And for those already driving Subarus, the program will be retrospective to cover variants dating back to the 2006 model year.
“This program gives customers peace-of-mind throughout their ownership,” Subaru Australia Managing Director, Nick Senior, said.
“It’s not limited to a few models, it extends way beyond the warranty period and it’s available to customers going back to Model Year 2006.”
Mr Senior said the new servicing scheme shows a commitment from the Japanese carmaker in Australia, demonstrating “faith in the long-term integrity of our products”.
While the capped prices are subject to change, customers will be able to identify the maximum amount payable for a service before they schedule it with a Subaru dealer.
Pricing for individual models is yet to be released, but servicing schedules and the relevant pricing will soon be available on Subaru Australia’s website, along with its customer relations department and servicing centres.
Mr Senior added that all items forming part of a scheduled service will be incorporated in the capped price, including environmental disposal levies. That includes parts and labour, oils and fluids.
Subaru is the last of Australia's top-ten brands (in sales volume) to introduce a capped-price servicing program, following the launch of Mazda's Service Select earlier this year.