FLAT BUILT AND BALANCED.

The horizontally opposed configuration of the SUBARU BOXER engine places the pistons 180 degrees apart, for a lower, flatter profile than that of other engine types. This gives the engine, and overall vehicle, a lower centre of gravity, a lower profile, and a more balanced distribution of weight.

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1.6-litre Direct Injection Turbo Engine

Max. Output: 125 kW (170 PS) bei 5.600 U/min

Max. Torque: 250 Nm bei 1.800-4.800 U/min

The newest member of the SUBARU BOXER engine family, the 1.6-litre DIT engine achieves an ideal balance between efficiency, powerful performance, and low emissions. Utilising both direct fuel injection and a twin-scroll turbocharger results in more power and decreased petrol consumption, despite having a smaller displacement vs. previous generations.

Naturally Balanced

Unlike traditional “inline” or “v” 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 valve train—are positioned on a horizontal plane, as low as possible. This gives SUBARU vehicles a distinctly lower centre of gravity versus vehicles with “inline” and “v” configured engines, resulting in numerous handling and performance benefits.

Information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in accordance with Directive 1999/94 / EC

Levorg

Levorg 1.6GT Trend: fuel consumption in l / 100 km in town: 8.3; on the highway: 6.1; Combined: 6.9; CO2 emissions in g / km combined: 159; Efficiency class: C
Levorg 1.6GT Comfort: Fuel consumption in l / 100 km: 8.5; on the highway: 6.3; Combined: 7.1; CO2 emissions in g / km combined: 164; Efficiency class: C
Levorg 1.6GT sports: fuel consumption in l / 100 km in town: 8.5; on the highway: 6.3; Combined: 7.1; CO2 emissions in g / km combined: 164; Efficiency class: C
This information you can call at any time with the link ‘fuel consumption figures and CO2 emissions “in the menu of our site.
Further information on official fuel consumption and official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars in the “Guidelines on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of new passenger cars” are taken from all sales outlets and at DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH Hellmuth-Hirth-Straße 1 – 73760 Ostfildern (www.dat.de) is available free of charge