We Pay Cash for Scrap Subaru Vehicles
Older Subaru cars can have all kinds of issues just from the daily wear and tear that comes with driving a vehicle regularly. However, when the years and the kilometers both start really adding up, so can those issues. That’s when you have to decide if you are going to spend thousands of dollars fixing an old beat-up Subaru, or if you are going to finally scrap your car.
Whether you have a Subaru Legacy with a blown transmission, a Subaru Outback that’s got a faulty fuel pump, or a Subaru Impreza with major front-end damage due to an accident, we want to pay you cash for your Subaru in whatever shape it’s in!
We aren’t picky when it comes to what’s wrong with your scrap car, as we have been in the car scrapping business for nearly 20 years. Just give us a call or shoot us a text and we’ll be happy to help you sell your Subaru scrap car.
Makes and Models of Subaru Vehicles that We Want to Buy
If you’re thinking about selling your scrap Subaru, do it the easy way by calling us! We love to buy scrap Subaru vehicles of every make and model, and we always pay MORE cash for them than any of our competitors.
Subaru Passenger and Sports Cars:
- Subaru BRZ (2012–present)
- Subaru Impreza
- Subaru WRX
- Subaru WRX STI
- Subaru Legacy
- Subaru Levorg
Subaru Crossovers and SUV’s:
- Subaru Ascent/Evoltis
- Subaru Crosstrek/XV
- Subaru Forester
- Subaru Outback
The Top 5 Most Common Issues with Subaru’s
Subaru’s have always had a name for longevity when it comes to things like their engines and their ability to withstand repeated punishment on their suspension while you’re out there 4x4ing. But with mass production, even the best vehicles have common problems, so here’s a list of the top 5 issues to look out for if you’ve got an older Subaru vehicle.
1. Denso Fuel Pump Failure – The very construction of some of these fuel pumps have resulted in them absorbing fuel after cracking, which causes them to stop sending fuel to the engine altogether. If you’re having fuel delivery issues with you Subaru, this could be why.
2. Oil Leaks – This particular problem is mostly found on older Subaru Foresters mainly, but has occurred on the other Subaru models, just less frequently. The oil leak is due to a seal leak that occurs around just over 100,000kms. The lack of oil, if it goes unnoticed, can cause engine misfires and ultimately the engine to seize. If you notice any drips of oil under your car, get it checked for an oil leak right away.
3. Blown Head Gaskets – A common engine issue with many older vehicles, and also a known one the Subaru. If you happen to notice your fluids are going down faster than they should be, and that your vehicle has a burning smell to it, it could be that your head gasket has gone. Get it checked at the mechanic as soon as you notice these tell-tale signs.
4. Unintended Acceleration – This is one that is definitely concerning, as it occurs most often when drivers are trying to shift their vehicle into park. The reports from consumers who own Subaru vehicles with this issue state that when they attempt to shift their vehicle into park, they experience a sudden surge of acceleration, even though their foot is on the brake. Due to this, some vehicles have actually collided with objects and created front-end body damage.
5. Check Engine Light Due to Failed Catalytic Converter – The check engine light is a common problem amongst all makes and models of vehicles, but this specific issue is directly related to the failing of the catalytic converter on the Subaru Foresters. Many people have claimed that not only did they spend hundreds of dollars on replacing their catalytic converter, they had to have it replaced 2 or 3 times on many different years of the Forester.
The All-Wheel Drive King of the Road (and everywhere else)
There are a lot of car companies out there making all-wheel drive vehicles, this we know. However, there is only one company that puts all-wheel drive design in every single vehicle it makes; Subaru. Yes, every single one of its vehicles is not only AWD, they also all have a boxer engine, which makes for smoother engine vibration. A.K.A. better engine longevity. It’s in this that they have been producing some of the best and most reliable vehicles for over 45 years. Like Subaru, we have been in this industry for a long time (since 2005), and while it may not be as long as 45 years, the owner of More Cash For Scrap is a third-generation industry car guy, who not only knows how to get you more cash for your junk car, he actually cares about doing what’s best for his customers. This is why we have been #1 in customer service in the scrap car removal business for over 16 years running.
The Lower Mainland’s #1 Scrap Car Buying Business
Since 2005, we’ve been buying junk vehicles in all makes, models, and years and we’ve been paying MORE cash than anyone else in the industry too. We work 7 days a week, days and evenings, to make your scrap car removal process more convenient. We offer instant quotes, same day vehicle pick-up (sometimes in as little as minutes), and we pay in cold hard cash before our driver leaves with your vehicle. So, contact us 24/7 to find out what we’ll buy your scrap car for!
It doesn’t matter what condition your Subaru is in; we’ll pay cash for your scrap. We work with local businesses to make sure that we get the most money for your junk car when we recycle it. This guarantees that you are getting more cash by choosing us, than with anybody else!