I received a letter from Subaru of America Inc. today stating that various models made between 2011 to 2015 are now warrantied for up to 100,000 miles or 8 years. Evidently, this is the outcome of a class action lawsuit settlement due to a design defect which causes these vehicles to consume excessive amounts of engine oil. My car (an 11 Forester) did have an oil consumption issue. Fortunately, I paid attention to it, and would top off the oil periodicially. I did not think too much of this since my previous car (a Honda Accord) also required oil additons. Last year, after posting something on a Subaru forum, someone advised me that it was not normal. I took the car to a dealer, and they said that it had a leak in the left and right cam seals. The dealer repaired the car, which was covered under warranty, even though I had more than 36,000 miles. They did provide me with a loaner as well. Now with my car at the 5 year mark, I have been thinking of trading it in. I am thinking that maybe I should hold on to the car with this extended warranty. I do like the car, and it meets my needs for the most part. There are some features on the new models that I like, but I do not know if it would worth the cost? Anyone else receive this letter?