Subaru navigation systems have become one of the most iconic features of car ownership.
While the luxury brand’s vehicles are renowned for being the best-selling luxury brands in the world, Subaru’s offerings in the luxury segment have been on a roller coaster ride for years.
This has lead to a slew of high-profile and well-known car thefts.
Subaru’s flagship, the Corolla, was recently the subject of a series of massive thefts, and after being the target of a number of similar thefts, Subaru issued a recall to improve security measures for its navigation systems.
But that wasn’t all.
Subaru also announced plans to retire the Lexan navigation system in 2018, which means that owners of the brand’s brand-new 2017 Forester SUV can now replace the navigation system with a navigation system from another brand.
The new navigation system is designed to work on both the 2017 Forestasters and the 2018 Impreza SUVs.
While Subaru claims that the new system will be more secure than the older system, the company has confirmed that its competitors are not immune to the theft of these navigation systems, and that these thefts are increasing every year.
Subaru is currently working on an updated version of the navigation systems that can be installed on both models, but it has yet to announce an exact date for when that will be.
While Subaru’s redesigned navigation system won’t replace the original navigation system, Subaru is still working on making sure that this is the case.
The new navigation systems will feature a larger screen and new buttons, making the system even more secure and less likely to be stolen.
Subaru hopes that its new navigation will be a safe and reliable option for its owners, and will be able to save their precious car money in the long run.
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