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SUBARU BOXER Engine
Balanced and Composed.
The horizontally opposed configuration of the SUBARU BOXER engine places the pistons 180 degrees apart, for a lower, flatter profile than other
engine types. This gives the engine, and therefore the overall vehicle, a lower centre of gravity and better sense of balance.
Unlike traditional ‘in-line’ or ‘V-type’ engine configurations, the pistons’ opposing movements inherently counteract each other, naturally helping to reduce vibration without the need for counter-balancers, which add weight and complexity.
Low Centre of Gravity
All of the heavy moving components inside a horizontally opposed engine—the connecting rods, pistons, camshafts and valvetrain—are positioned on a horizontal plane, as low as possible. This gives Subaru vehicles a distinctly lower centre of gravity versus vehicles with ‘in-line’ and ‘V’ configured engines, resulting in numerous handling and performance benefits.
2.0-litre DOHC Direct Injection Turbo SUBARU BOXER Engine
- Max output 197 kW (268 PS) / 5,600 rpm
- Max torque 350 Nm (35.7 kgfm) / 2,400 - 5,200 rpm
- Fuel consumption 8.7 lit./100 km*
- CO2 emissions 201 g/km*
1.6-litre DOHC Direct Injection Turbo SUBARU BOXER Engine
- Max output 125 kW (170 PS) / 4,800 - 5,600 rpm
- Max torque 250 Nm (25.5 kgfm) / 1,800 - 4,800 rpm
- Fuel consumption 7.4 lit./100 km*
- CO2 emissions 169 g/km*
Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
Traction in all conditions.
There’s a reason Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system is respected around the world. When road conditions are demanding, it delivers control and composure where other vehicles stumble by evenly distributing power to all four wheels. The benefits are immediately apparent—more controlled
cornering, better traction in slippery conditions, and enhanced acceleration. The overall sensation is that driving becomes an easier, safer and more enjoyable affair.
LINEARTRONIC CVT: Shift your expectations.
A passenger car with All-Wheel Drive—it was a totally new concept when Subaru introduced it to the world. Afterwards, public perception of AWD technology changed forever. The trend continues with the latest Lineartronic CVT found in the Levorg. Responsive and lightweight, this transmission rejects the status quo with unexpected precision and liveliness.
Always adapting, always performing.
Unburdened by having fixed gear ratios like a conventional automatic transmission, the Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission of the Levorg uses infinitely variable gear ratios to stay in the correct rev-range at all times, for smooth acceleration and enhanced efficiency.