1990 Subaru Loyale wagon: Tour, Quick Drive
Here's my 1990 Loyale wagon. Finally had time to do a tour and a drive
(nobody home to watch me and clear roads XD)
Here's the specs:
1.8L SPFI H4 engine
90lbs/foot torque at 4000RPM
3 Speed 3AT Automatic gearbox (2.8:1 , 1.5:1. 1:1)
0-60 = Yes, it can go that fast.
Theoretical Speed Limit: 113MPH (Engine hits redline, any faster and the transmission can blow up as
Gas Mileage: 23/24 City/Highway (32 with new plugs, tires, timing belt)
UPDATE: I have crashed it. but i'm still driving it!
1993 Subaru Loyale story
This is my first car. My baby.
I took her in for a routine timing belt change. They put it on wrong.
Failed to turn the camshaft 180 degrees after installing the first of two
belts. I waited 4 weeks for this process, then was told that my engine was
busted (low compression in three cylinders) It would cost over a grand to
fix, but they were willing to "take a look and see what they could do"
I lost my ability to drive, resulting in loss of my catering abilities and
loss of a job. I was set back potential thousands of what could of been
hard earned dollars. I had no other choice but to set her up until I could
afford the proper work that needed to be done. Little did I know that all
that needed to be done was putting the timing belt on proper. My parent's
next door neighbor heard the story and had it done in two hours! She runs
We took this to the highest power of CT customer satisfaction, and the 4
month battle to get our money back resulted in complete disregard for what
they had failed to do. They chose not to refund my money so this is my
This is not the only story. This is My story. I have heard many of which
other's beloved cars have either been falsely "fixed" or not fixed at all.
I want to hear your stories. I want to hear everyone of them! Please. If
you have a story relating to this, or have ever been jipped by our Huge
"trusted" national garage, I want to hear it.
Video responses are preferred.
This video was recorded and edited by my father. All work done to the car,
and present in the video is our neighbor Nathan. Thanks to them. My subie
is running perfectly again.
Continuing our review of reliable vehicles, the 1993 Subaru Loyale is a
low-cost, capable option. This one was manufactured before the series was
plagued by head gasket leaks and has accumulated over 220,000 miles in the
near constant moisture of the Pacific Northwest.
As a bonus, a demonstration of an alternative use for the ubiquitous ice
1979 Subaru Wagon 4x4 Exhaust Sound without Muffler
My muffler was split in two and was rattling. So I decided to remove it.
The sound wasn't very loud due to having a catalytic converter and a
resonator installed stock.
These are going to get replaced by a cherrybomb soon as I feel like doing
So consider this the before sound when I install a cherrybomb and straight
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1992 Subaru Loyale
This is a One owner car.It only has 139800 miles on it.It comes with power
door locks and windows Also comes with power mirrors A/C Rear defroster.I
also have all the service records for the car.This is a clean low mileage
car that has good gas mileage and a four wheel drive.Manual Transmission 5
2.5 inch Cherrybomb - Ned
This is the Custom Exhaust on my car.
1986 Subaru GL Sedan. EA82 1.8L Carburetor Engine.
Cherrybomb is a 2.5 inch. Sounds pretty awesome!
Ned and I will be at West Coast Subaru Show 13 this year!
I dont wanna hear any "hater" comments, I dont care if you dont like my car
or not, I love my car, he goes from Point A - Point B and does it safely,
and fast ;)
[HD] 1990 Subaru Loyale -- My Second Car
So basically this is a walkaround and overview of my new car, a red 1990
Subaru Loyale wagon. My old car, the 1981 Subaru GL wagon, died from a
cracked block or head and was towed away on Easter, 2012. A week after, I
picked this up. When I bought it, it had three main problems. The first was
the battery was dead from sitting for a couple months. Fixed this because I
had a new battery installed in my old car a couple months before it died,
and I just transferred it over. The second problem was the tires would go
flat within a day or two. Fixed this by buying a set of four wheels/tires
off the Ultimate Subaru Message Board for $30, swapped them out, and sold
my set for $20 on the message board. The third and final problem is the
passenger axle. Both the inner and outer boots are torn, and the actual
axle is bad. Went to the Pick-N-Pull to get an axle, but I didn't have the
right tools. Instead, I got two new headlights (the originals were yellowed
and not bright), a new clock, two speakers, a bunch of fuses, and a couple
headlight bulbs. This car is better than my old one because it's go 90 horsepower (versus
73), runs better, has five gears, and is fuel injected. It's also got a
softer suspension for a better ride. Still has on-demand 4WD, so that's
useful. It's just overall a better car. I'm glad I got it. Be looking
forward to dashcam videos!!
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On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman gets his hands on the
all-new, 2015 Subaru WRX, as well as one of Motor Trend's favorite pocket
rockets, the Ford Focus ST. Each car costs about $30,000, sports a
2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder
engine with similar power outputs, and features a 6-speed manual
transmission. The Subaru of course features a sporty version of the brand's
"symmetrical AWD" while the Focus makes due with just the front wheels
driven. However, since it first appeared, the Focus ST has wowed the Motor
Trend staff with ability to dance around corners and, generally, not drive
and feel like a front-wheel driver. We like the Focus ST so much that we
invited it to last year's Best Driver's Car. But does the Ford have what it
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