Engine 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. The block housed a crankshaft with a piston stroke of 79 mm. The length of the connecting rods was 130.5 mm, and the piston height was 30.7 mm.
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Engine 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.
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Engine EJ20

Mass production of the EJ series engines began back in 1989. The first car to receive the 2.0L EJ20 powerplant was the Subaru Legacy. This engine replaced the outdated EA82 engine with a volume of 1.8 liters. The base of the EJ20 was a 201 mm high boxer block made of aluminum alloy with four cylinders with a diameter of 92.0 mm, cased with a material of cast iron. Crankshaft with 75.0 mm stroke.
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