Subaru Loyale Model Overview
Subaru Loyale Cars
After Changing Alternator Having Electrical Issues
had the alternator replaced and now radio ac not working why
Working On Timing Belt Replacement And .....
Hello Again, Replacing the timing belt on my 1993 Subaru Loyale 4wd Wagon and I'm confused regarding the seals. I ordered the timing kit assuming the seals would be included : ( no such luck... Ro...
What Is The Difference On Engine Model Numbers?
I have a 1993 Subaru Loyale Wagon 4WD that I am replacing timing belt. When ordering online for parts it ask which model engine: Base H4 1.8L vin 41781cc TBI gas SOHC. ...
91 Subaru Loyale
Had a electrical draw so negative cable was loosened to save battery but popped off driving down the road and now it won't start. Turns over and lights up but won't start. Any ideas?
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Subaru Loyale Overview
Though the name Loyale first appeared in 1990, the subcompact was actually a rebranded Subaru Leone, which first appeared in the U.S. in 1972. It was commonly referred to by its trim designations, known as the Subaru DL, GL, and RS. The Leone was a two-wheel or four-wheel drive wagon, sedan, coupe, and hatchback that later influenced the BRAT.
In 1990, the Leone was renamed the Loyale in North America and came with either a 1.8-liter, 90-hp flat-4 engine or a turbo version at 115-hp. Both part-time and permanent all-wheel drive was available in both the wagon and sedan, making the Subaru Loyale a tough little car in the snow and bad weather. In 1991, the coupe was dropped and more power features and creature comforts were added to the sedan and wagon.
By 1994, the Loyale came in a wagon only, a sister car to the larger and more powerful Legacy. It was replaced the following year by the Impreza sedan and wagon. The Subaru Loyale was durable, dependable, and delivered good all-wheel drive performance. Owners felts that these traits, plus the adequate gas mileage helped make this subcompact a good value choice.