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Unlike many American cars, the Subaru engines have an almost identical torque to horsepower ratio. This theoretically should favor a smoother power band and responsive acceleration at low, mid and ...
Did the design of the engine influence your decision? Are you pleased with this decision? Do you think that the engines rev up more quickly than inline Fours? I definitely do think that they do.
The Four cylinder engine with the available CVT transmission goes 0-60 in about 9.7 seconds, while the Six cylinder is 2 seconds faster. Yet, the fuel mileage of the Six cylinder really adds a lot...
Over the weekend I met a person who has a 2010 Subaru Legacy with CVT and 150,000 miles on their car, a lot of miles for five years. They have had no problems of any kind other than routine maint...
Kelley Blue Book lists the average mileage on a Subaru Outback at just over 75,000 miles for a 2010. However, a 2010 Impreza is listed for normal odometer mileage at 65,000. This is not a mistake....
In case you were unaware, a fuel blivet, is a flexible bladder just like the fuel supply reservoirs for aircraft. They expand and contract so when fuel is depleted there's no air pockets in the m...
Boxer engines are "over-square" meaning they have a shorter bore and stroke and larger cylinders and pistons. Normally, people usually associate higher torque with "under square " engines that hav...
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