Typically, tire pressure should range from between 32 PSI to 36 PSI. The most direct way to identify if your tires are over-or under-inflated is if your Subaru tire pressure light comes on. In this case, you should get to your nearest gas station with an air pump as soon as possible and correct the PSI levels. Take a moment to learn about the Subaru tire pressure recommendations for recent model years of all major Subaru models below. Then, if you find you're in need of tire care or replacement near Wesley Chapel, reach out to the service center at Subaru South Tampa!

Properly Inflating Your Tires to the Correct Subaru Tire Pressure

Has your Subaru tire pressure light come on during your St. Petersburg commute? If so, you may be wondering how to identify your Subaru tire pressure. All you need to do is check your owner's manual. You'll find a section on the correct PSI (pounds of air per square inch) listed. Sometimes this figure is called KPA, and if this is the case, we're happy to convert KPA to PSI for you. 

Once you've identified the correct PSI, use a tire gauge to determine the PSI levels in your tires. If you're driving a more modern vehicle, you can also check PSI by toggling to the tire section of your driver information display. Next, use an air pump at a gas station to bring each tire to the correct level. 

Proper Subaru Tire Pressures for Recent Gen Subaru Models 

If you're unable to find your owner's manual, review these recommended Subaru tire pressure levels for the recent generation (2019-2022) of each major Subaru model below: 

  • Subaru Ascent: 33-35 PSI 
  • Subaru BRZ: 35 PSI 
  • Subaru Forester: 28-36 PSI 
  • Subaru Crosstrek: 30-36 PSI 
  • Subaru Legacy: 30-35 PSI
  • Subaru Impreza: 29-36 PSI 
  • Subaru Outback: 30-35 PSI 
  • Subaru WRX: 32-33 PSI 
  • Subaru WRX STI: 32-33 PSI 

Reach Out to Subaru South Tampa for Tire Care or Replacement 

Now that you've read about the correct Subaru tire pressures for each model, if your tire pressure light has come on, and you've noticed that your tires are in need of repair or replacement, call Subaru South Tampa for help at 844-846-7523 or reach out to our tire store! Be sure to explore our tire specials to see how much you can save on quality replacements! If you need help converting KPA to PSI, we can also help---we know that some tires feature metric system measurements and are here to help you figure out how to properly inflate your tires! 

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