Subaru RX Windshield & Rock Chip Repair – Phoenix, AZ

We’ve been doing auto glass and rock chip repair for Subaru RX vehicles in Phoenix, AZ for over 15 years and have served over 200,000 customers. We pride ourselves on quality and service. No gimmicks. We also offer Carlite Soundscreen Glass which is specifically designed to lock in the noise you want and block out the noise you don’t want.

Subaru RX & Average Window Replacement Costs

If the glass insurance policy on your Subaru RX includes glass repair and replacement, your insurance policy might leave you with little or no out of pocket expense.

  • Between $150 – $330 for the average car windshield replacement.

If you get a small rock chip in your windshield within one year of installation, call us to schedule an appointment for a free chip repair.

Subaru RX Windshield, Side Door Window & Mirror Replacement

We offer quality auto glass service at a good price. Cash or credit cards accepted.

Lifetime Auto Glass Warranty – 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!

As a Phoenix auto glass repair company, our goal is for every customer to be completely satisfied with our quality and service. Call our office, and we will act promptly to resolve any issue with no questions asked. Our lifetime warranty covers:

  • Warranty against leaks or air noises
  • Warranty against manufacturer’s defects
  • Warranty against molding retention
  • 1 year free rock chip repair guarantee

Servicing all years of Subaru RX, from 1981-2011. Phoenix Valley mobile auto window repair and replacement service. Call us.

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    Phoenix Valley Mobile Window Repair For Subaru RX Vehicles – Call 602-892-0202

    What If I Don’t Have Glass Insurance?

    Need your Subaru RX window repaired or replaced but don’t have insurance? We offer some of the best glass repair prices without insurance in Phoenix.

    About The Subaru RX

    Although released in Japan and some export markets as the Leone, for many years, this was the only vehicle sold internationally by Subaru where the smaller kei cars Rex, Vivio, R-2, 360 and Sambar were not sold or considered road legal. As a result, in major markets such as Australia, Europe and North America, it was instead identified with a trim level designation, some of which included: DL, GL, GLF, GLF5, GL-10, and RX. The car is often referred to simply as the Subaru GL or the Subaru L-Series.

    Subaru RX was released as a replacement to the Subaru 1000 and was the predecessor to the Subaru Impreza.

    All Leones were powered by the Subaru EA boxer engine. Most cars were equipped with optional four-wheel drive. At the time of its introduction, the Leone was Subaru’s top model until 1989, when the larger Legacy was introduced.