Every Subaru that has been manufactured has a unique vehicle identification number that describes all the manufacturing specs and features of each vehicle. A Subaru VIN has 17 digits that each represent something about the Subaru. Running a Subaru VIN lookup is relatively easy, there are a multitude of free VIN check resources, both from the government and private websites, that offer free VIN lookup tools. One good example of a government site where you can decode your vehicle VIN number and lookup any known safety or recall issues is SafeCar.gov
The meaning of the numbers on a Subaru VIN is an easy format to lookup online. The first numbers represent where the car was built followed by manufacturing information about the vehicle, then there is a security code, year, where it was assembled and finally the serial number of the vehicle. Each Subaru built will have a unique VIN number, and like a snowflake, no two VIN numbers are alike.
If you’re in the market to purchase a used Subaru VIN or want to know more about the Subaru that you have in your garage, a VIN lookup will give you all the information you’re looking for. From recalls and safety issues, as well as all the specs of your vehicle. There is another useful and free Subaru VIN lookup tool that you can use to find out if that used car you’re buying from a private party is stolen or not, visit the NCIB.org website and check the VIN on any car you’re intending to purchase. A little homework can save you a lot of frustration down the road. Then the next step, which is also best practice when purchasing a used vehicle, is to purchase a vehicle history report. This report is not free but for a few bucks you can find out the history of that specific Subaru you’re interested in. You can learn about how many previous owners there are, if the vehicle title is clean, how many accidents the vehicle was involved in as well as verifying all the information the seller is telling you is true. For not that much money it’s a worth while expenditure that should be considered. With all the available online resources, it’s easy to run a Subaru VIN lookup from the convenience of your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
A Subaru VIN will be located in multiple locations on the vehicle as well as being listed on the title and registration cards. On the vehicle the Subaru VIN can be found stamped on the driver’s side dash board, on the inside driver side door frame, on the engine block, transmission and sometimes the frame. It’s typically stamped in all the same places on all makes and models of vehicles, the only exception is on older Subaru vehicles, the VIN might not be stamped in as many places. It’s also a good idea to match the VIN numbers on the Subaru itself to the vehicle title and registration cards from the seller if you’re in the market to purchase a used Subaru.
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Mike, thanks for reaching out about our Subaru VIN lookup blog. Unfortunately our VIN lookup resources only work on Subaru vehicles that have VIN numbers with 17 digits. You might want to find a Subaru enthusiast website and inquire about looking up a vintage Subaru VIN number. You can also inquire with the DMV directly if all else fails. Best of luck to you!
First-year Subaru brat with VIN# A69L-021132. I can\’t find any info for it ! Can anyone help ?
Last Updated: 2020-04-28