Multiple reports of defective windshields have been reported by those who own or lease a 2018 Subaru Impreza. The bulk of these concerns discuss windshields that crack easily for no apparent reason, leading to visibility issues and necessitating an entire windshield replacement. Although the manufacturer has issued four separate safety recalls impacting this make and model, Subaru has not addressed windshield defects directly.
One Subaru customer stated that their windshield cracked for no apparent reason. The vehicle was parked and the owner returned a short while later to see a significant crack in the windshield. Other reports of windshields that develop cracks without explanation continue to arise, and many Subaru customers have complained that even minor cracks quickly grow in size and require an entirely new windshield. One owner has had to replace the windshield on three separate occasions. For now, Subaru customers continue to wait for clear answers and effective solutions to these persistent issues.
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