Engine Subaru EZ30

The three-liter EZ30 engine was the flagship engine of all large Subaru cars for a full decade (1999-2009). It replaced the EG33 and in turn was gradually superseded by the more modern EZ33. The power unit was designed from scratch, and did not become a revision of some old motor, which allowed the designers to initially introduce advanced systems and technologies. Continue reading Engine Subaru EZ30

Engine Subaru EJ25

The EJ25 engine, which had a displacement of 2.5 liters, was launched by Subaru in 1995. The block of this engine was identical to the block of the EJ20 engine – just like its older brother, it was made of aluminum alloy and had a height of 201 mm. The only difference was in the diameter of the cylinders – unlike the 2.0-liter engine, which had 92 mm, the 2.5-liter engine had 99.5 mm. Continue reading Engine Subaru EJ25

Engine Subaru FA20

The FA20 is a completely new two-liter engine with an aluminum cylinder block. It is compact and takes up minimum space in the engine compartment. With its power ratings, this engine consumes a minimum of fuel, having fuel economy indicators in mixed mode at 7.8 liters per 100 kilometers. For a mid-size crossover, such fuel consumption figures are almost record-breaking. Continue reading Engine Subaru FA20

Engine Subaru FB20

The FB20 engine has an AVCS variable valve timing system on the intake and outlet camshafts. The timing chain uses a maintenance-free chain. The engine is characterized by the installation of a plastic intake manifold with TGV flaps at the intake to improve environmental performance. Most often, this engine is called FB20B, its power reaches 150 hp at 6200 rpm, with a torque of 197 Nm at 4200 rpm. Continue reading Engine Subaru FB20