Medically Necessary Modifications

Subaru helps drivers with special needs modify a new Subaru Legacy, Outback, Crosstrek, Impreza, Forester, WRX, STI, BRZ with their "Mobil-it-Ease" program.

Do you have special requirements for a new car based on a medical or physical condition?

Purchase a new Subaru and Subaru of America will contribute up to $500 for physically necessary vehicle modifications.

Updated November 2, 2015, Subaru will assist with up to $1000, and the work can be performed up to 12 months from date of purchase
Previously it was $500, and 6 months from date of purchase.
Such modifications may include
  • Reduced Effort Brakes
  • Driving Consoles
  • Elbow Switches
  • Emergency Back-Up Brake System
  • Foot Control Steering
  • Gear Selector Lever for Left Hand
  • Hand Controls
  • Left Foot Accelerator
  • Pedal Extenders
  • Parking Brake Electric
  • Parking Brake - Extension Lever
  • Quad Key Holder/Turner
  • Servo Assisted Controls
  • Siren Detectors
  • Steering System - Emergency Back-Up
  • Steering System - Reduced and Zero Effort
  • Turn Signal Lever for Right Hand
  • Wheelchair and/or Scooter Lifts or Ramps
  • Wheelchair Carrier on Top of Vehicle
  • Steering Devices
To qualify you'll need
  • Purchase order from a Subaru dealership for a new Subaru within 6 12 months (1 year) of purchase
  • Prescription or other appropriate documentation submitted to Subaru describing your situation and the required modification
  • Must be completed within 6 12 months (1 year) of purchase

  • Information and qualifications for Subaru's  'Mobil-it Ease' program are on

    PDF of the form:

    or  call Subaru directly at 1-800-SUBARU3 (800 782-2783)


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