Safeco approved of and paid to replaced my Forester 2015 windshield after 1½ years, and then after another 1½ years, the Eyesight stopped working. The Subaru service department refused to repair the Eyesight, saying that the after- market glass (not a Subaru windshield) was the cause and that I would have to change the windshield to a Subaru windshield at my cost of over $1000 before they would fix the Eyesight.
I don’t believe that this is necessary as the Eyesight worked fine for 1½ years after replacing the windshield. Safeco said that they would not help me as they require that Safelite windshields be installed by their approved vendors before they will warrant any work, even though Safeco originally approved the windshield replacement.
So I am stuck with a Subaru with no cruise control and no way to get it fixed. Can you help?
Product or Service Mentioned: 2015 Subaru Of America Forester Car.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $3000.
Preferred solution: Repair the Eyesight.
Subaru Of America Pros: Subaru used to build quality cars.
Subaru Of America Cons: Not good car, Unreliable eyesight.