We offer specialist repairs on gearbox, DMF, CSC and all clutch related hydraulic systems and clutch replacement for your Subaru. So whether you drive a:

  • Mini Jumbo / Rex (1981 – 1992)
  • Vivio (1992 – 2000)
  • Justy (1984 – 2011)
  • Trezia (2011 – )
  • Impreza, GC, GF, GM (1993 – 2000)
  • Impreza, GD, GG (2000 – 2007)
  • Impreza, GE, GH,GR,GV (2007 – )
  • Impreza, GP, GJ (2012 – )
  • Forester, SF (1997 – 2002)
  • Forester, SG (2003 – 2008)
  • Forester, SH (2008 – 2013)
  • Forester, SJ (2013 – )
  • XT Coupé (1985 – 1993)
  • Legacy / Outback, BC, BJ, BF (1989 – 1994)
  • Legacy / Outback, BD, BG, BK (1994 – 1999)
  • Legacy / Outback, BE, BH, BT (1998 – 2004)
  • Legacy / Outback, BL, BP (2004 – 2009)
  • Legacy / Outback, BM, BR (2009 – )
  • BRZ (2012 – )
  • SVX (1992 – 1997)
  • XV, GP, GJ (2012 – )
  • Tribeca (B9) (2006 – )

We can help get your car firing on all cylinders again.

In addition to our offering the best in clutch and gearbox reconditioning, repair and replacement, we also provide a full range of garage services for your Subaru. These include, but are not limited to, battery inspection, general repairs, full servicing and we also hold full MOT capabilities.

So give our team a call, whatever your motoring need, and they will gladly help you and arrange for you to get back on the road. The full range of options is offered at each of our four branches – Birmingham, Cannock, Derby and Tipton – simply choose the branch closest to you for your convenience. We offer vehicle recovery if you require rescuing from the roadside, and we also offer a free courtesy car for you to use while we carry out the repairs to your vehicle. We appreciate how valuable your time is, and we want to make car repairs and maintenance as minimal a distraction as possible.

As an independent business, we are not tied to a particular manufacturer and also we are free to source the highest quality replacement parts for all of our jobs. The beauty of being independent is that we can offer the highest level of care and expertise, without charging main dealership prices. Our technicians are trained to be experts in their field, with many years experience on hand to identify the problems, diagnose the issues and implement the repair. We are a family owned business and are very proud of our 25 year heritage, and we are keen to keep our excellent reputation within the industry by continuing to provide A1 levels of service and care to our customers. 

All of our work is covered by our comprehensive parts and labour warranty. Even better, all of our clutch kits are covered for 2 full years, an industry leading offer. This is part of the reason we get so many happy customer reviews.

Click on the links above to find your closest branch and get in touch today. We will have you back on the road, for less money, in no time!

Subaru is the car manufacturing arm of the Japanese transportation conglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries. In recent years it has been ranked as the 22nd largest car manufacturer in the world – this might seem large for the average UK motorist given that Subaru cars here are fairly niche, however the UK is not one of the brands largest markets.

The Subaru badge displays the beautiful Seven Stars of Pleiades, which is actually what Subaru means in Japanese, Pleiades. Tradition states that one of the Seven Sisters (of Pleiades) is invisible, which is why only 6 stars appear on the Subaru badge.

Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) started out life in 1915, as the Aircraft Research Laboratory – which hints at what the division was primarily focused on manufacturing in the early days. From 1950 however the group created a scooter from spare parts left over from the war effort, and eventually went on to become coachbuilders – creating Japanese designed and built bodies for overseas cars for sale to the Japanese market.

The first all Subaru car was the 1500, made in 1954. From this point forward the Subaru brand was born and since 1954 they have manufactured many different models and variants thereof.

In 1968 Nissan took a 20.4% stake in Subaru, offering expertise in car design and manufacture. In return, Nissan would make use of Subaru’s excellent knowledge in the design and building of buses, to make the Nissan Diesel line of buses, still in production today (although obviously a variant!).

Subaru was approached about their all wheel drive system by Renault. Having virtually perfected the all-wheel drive technology, Subaru advised Renault to speak to Nissan in order to get more information, which has led to a very successful partnership between Renault and Nissan.

Subaru entered the US market in 1968, with Subaru completing the takeover of the existing Cherry Hill, New Jersey site. In 1989 Subaru opened a new manufacturing plant in the US, in Indiana along with Isuzu, although the plant is now entirely owned by Subaru.

Moving on however to the cars that has firmly stamped Subaru onto the map around the world – the Impreza fleet. The Impreza is a hugely capable motor car, which is reflected no better than in the success it has achieved in the World Rally Championship – Cemented in the UK motorsport fans’ minds with the 1995 victory by the late, great, Colin McRae. Subaru’s first of three world titles in three years, placing them in the firmament of great manufacturers in World Rallying.

On the streets, the Impreza is still a hugely capable car, generating north of 300hp from only a 2.0 litre Boxer engine – the Impreza was a Ferrari beater from the lights and a Porsche eater in the bends. Cue the exorbitant insurance premiums! The Impreza enjoyed a fabled rivalry with Mitsubishi’s Evo over the 90’s and 2000’s. However later models of the Impreza leaned less on the aggressive looks of the earlier cars and sought to establish the Impreza as less of a boy racer’s car.

With a range that currently includes the BRZ, Exiga, Forester, Legacy, Impreza and more the Subaru stable is well populated as the manufacturer looks to the future – particularly with the range of electric vehicles, although they are awaiting improved range figures before they can become a contender to the more established electric city cars.