The Toyota 86, which was sold as the Scion FR-S in the United States during the recall period in question, is also affected here.
Marketwatch reports that the recall includes popular Subaru models, like the Forester SUV and the Impreza, in addition to the BRZ sports auto. So far, no injuries or crashes have been connected to the default, according to Subaru.
As explained, the valve springs in affected engines could fracture at high loads, leading to issues such as the engine stalling, abnormal engine noise and the inability to restart the engine.
As for the matter involving multi-info displays, Subaru says a programming issue may cause inaccurate data relating to the vehicle's remaining fuel and range, being shown on the display.
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The recalled Subaru vehicles were made between January 2012 and September 2013.
Toyota is recalling a total of 80,000 cars worldwide.
A spokesman for Subaru of America declined to say how many were being recalled in the U.S. Subaru sold almost 270,000 of the four affected models in the U.S. during the period covered by the recall.
NHTSA has not posted related communications or notices yet to its safercar.gov website.