Subaru is rolling out a new feature that lets you inspect and repair your car right on the factory floor.

The automaker says the new service is for customers who want to see what’s going on before they buy a new car.

The service lets you check to see how your car is performing, inspect parts and even replace the oil, brake fluid, battery, and electronic system.

The new service will launch in the U.S. on Oct. 7.

“Subaru is taking the lead in helping customers find the right fit, when they need it most,” said Michael DeCaro, Subaru’s vice president of product development.

“With this service, customers can see how their cars are performing and then get the advice they need to fix them.”

The service is being rolled out in North America for the 2017 model year, and will roll out in Australia, the U!

K., Germany, Canada, and Japan later this year.

You’ll need to be able to drive to a Subaru dealer and submit an appointment request.

The first Subaru service will be in the United States.

You can see the list of Subaru dealers that offer service at Subaru’s website.

Subaru has been working with automotive parts suppliers to test the new Subaru Service Station at dealerships across the country.

That service was also available to new and used Subaru owners at dealers in North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama, South Carolina, and Louisiana.

Subaru’s service station offers a quick turnaround for customers, and they have even offered discounts for new owners.

Subaru will continue to offer Subaru Service Center discounts and incentives through the end of the year.