Yes, Subaru is the only manufacturer in the world that uses a Subaru boxer engine for its entire line-up. So, that means every vehicle from the Forester, Outback, and Crosstrek to the flagship Impreza, WRX/STI, Legacy, and BRZ models.
Is Subaru getting rid of the boxer engine?
Now, after nearly three decades, Subaru’s is stopping production its everlasting EJ20 boxer engine with the WRX STI Final Edition’s unveiling at this year’s upcoming Tokyo Auto Show. And, even though the EJ20 was more well-known in Japan, its sendoff will mark the start of an important new era for Subaru.
Are Subaru boxer engines good?
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The latest Subaru boxer engines are part of the FB series boxer engines. This engine series has done well in reliability tests, and specifically the FB20D has been praised for its reliability.
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Do Subarus have engine problems?
Subaru is recalling nearly 875,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the engines can stall or a rear suspension part can fall off. The stalling recall covers more than 466,000 Crosstrek SUVs from 2018 and 2019 and Impreza cars from 2017 through 2019.
How long do Subaru boxer engines last?
While results will vary and the big variable is always how well the car has been maintained, what I can tell you is a Subaru is capable of going 300,000 miles. And if you are a regular maintenance type of owner you should expect to get that type of mileage out of it.
Why are Subarus so unreliable?
One of the core reasons that Subaru reliability has dropped is due to the problems that the Outback and Legacy have had with in-car technology. This is a common reason for declining dependability in a number of makes and models since the early 2000s. Many cars today have a great deal of new and complex technology.