Recently, several reports from those who own or lease a 2019 or 2020 Subaru Impreza have emerged, primarily discussing windshields that spontaneously crack or otherwise compromise visibility and jeopardize the driver and passenger safety. A total of two safety recalls have been issued for this vehicle, but neither one addresses windshield or visibility problems. Drivers are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of themselves and others on the road, as they fear the cracks will lead to complete collapse at any moment.
One owner detailed how he noticed a small crack in the windshield after traveling along a highway at 65 miles per hour. Within a week of noticing this minor crack, the damage had extended across the entire windshield and is currently in the process of obtaining a replacement windshield. Numerous similar complaints have been made by people who first notice small cracks in their windshields that steadily and quickly extend to threaten the integrity of the entire structure. Subaru has yet to address these consumer concerns directly, leaving many without the answers and solutions they need.
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