Subaru customers should recognize that a number of complaints have arisen in recent months regarding windshield and visibility issues in the 2019 and 2020 Subaru Legacy vehicles. Although the manufacturer has issued three separate safety recalls impacting these vehicles, these recalls do not address these persistent issues. For now, those who drive or lease a 2019 or 2020 Subaru Legacy may find themselves without clear answers or permanent solutions to these costly defects.
According to one owner of a 2020 Subaru Legacy, the front windshield suddenly cracked without warning or impact while the vehicle was travelling at a speed of approximately 30 miles per hour. Even after the owner obtained a replacement windshield, the issue occurred once again. Multiple reports of windshields cracking for no apparent reason continue to emerge, yet the manufacturer has not acknowledged nor addressed these issues. For now, affected Subaru customers await clear answers and permanent fixes to these windshield and visibility defects.
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