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Additional result for Subarus that were either not part of mainstream production or there is insufficient information currently available to correctly identify them. This may include prototype, pre-production, or special-order fleet cars. The Subarus listed below may not have been available for the public to buy but are included in an attempt to provide accurate records.
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Subaru Applied Model code location
The Applied Model is a 7-digit code number that is used by Subaru to identify a car’s specification, but unlike the Chassis Number or VIN, this does not uniquely identify an individual car. Almost all Subaru cars have the Applied Model stamped on a metal plate that can be found riveted to the top of the near-side strut tower, although some cars have the plate in one of the front door frames.
The information encoded within the Applied Model number contains details of the vehicle’s model, body type, engine type, gearbox, trim-level and period of production. By entering you car’s Applied Model number at the top of the page you will be able to decode this number and view the specification of your car.