Subaru Boxer Engine Design & Performance Information serving Sacramento, California

Subaru Boxer Engine and Specifications

Every Subaru model comes standard with a Subaru Boxer Engine. What makes the Boxer Engine unique is its horizontal design, which creates a smooth and quite ride by canceling out vibrations that can be caused by piston movement and engine fire. And because the engine performs the work of canceling out the vibrations, the need for other vibration absorbing components is eliminated. This saves you money as additional vibration absorbing components can often have high maintenance and repair costs associated with them. Some Subaru models feature a 2.5-liter or 2.0 liter Flat-4 Boxer Engine, which provides you with efficiency, power, and smooth operation. Other Subaru models, including some Subaru Legacy, Outback, Forester, and Tribeca models, feature a 3.6-liter Flat-6 Subaru Boxer Engine that produces 256 horsepower. Come into Shingle Springs Subaru today and let our friendly and knowledgeable sales professionals show you all the advantages the Subaru Boxer Engine has to offer.

Low Profile Horizontally Opposed Engine Position

When compared to other engine designs, such as V-type or Inline engines, the Subaru Boxer Engine creates a lower center of gravity, which provides you with quicker handling and increased responsiveness. And with its horizontal design, the Boxer Engine is almost perfectly symmetrical, creating a well-balanced vehicle, and providing you with the control and power you desire at all times.

Subaru Boxer Engine Types

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