|SUBARU IMPREZA ENGINES - Reliability Redefined Powerplants|
Living up to its rally-inspired heritage the 2000 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS has lots to offer, also underhood. The pocket rockets from the early 80's no more! These are sub-compact economy cars, sporty and useful. The slightly larger 2.5L engines is a good match up here. 0-60 mph in 8.3 seconds sound impressive, then this car is living up to its reputation and expectations! Power plants that deliver performance and acceleration on demand abound in this engine parts category. Size and engine power is not a problem with there vehicles. It is a boxer engine in the mid-range, of acceleration-producing torque, enabling front-drive, all-wheel traction and negotiating corners or passing.
Make your Subaru functional and fun to drive once again, living up to what it was designed to do. Engine options include the 142-hp sohc 16v 2.2-liter horizontally opposed-4, and more powerful 165-hp sohc 16v 2.5-liter horizontally opposed-4 Subaru Impreza engine configurations. Model applications include the Subary Impreza L (Coupe or Sedan), 2.5 RS (Coupe or Sedan); Sport Wagon and Outback Sport.
The newer 2000 Subaru Impreza sports a 2.5-liter sohc 16v horizontally opposed-4 engine configuration and combination that delivers horsepower (hp @ rpm): 165 @ 5600 and torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 166 @ 4000, when required, on demand and in any situation, road or weather conditions.
V-4 engine configurations are optimal on these vehicles. They fill, fit and balance power and performance delivery. 1800cc and 2500 cc engines are popular choices for used Subaru Impreza engines. Used long engine block and high-performance upgrade engines, crate OEM solutions and replacement or remanufactured engines are all available.
DOHC, 16 valve configuration serves its needs well, even for the older 97-99 model years, or the ever-popular and economical choice of the SOHC, 16 valve for 92-97 Subaru Impreza models.