Subaru Legacy (Liberty) 4th Generation was released worldwide in 2004. It come with a single turbo (previous generation was twin-turbo setup) due to the improvements in Subaru’s turbocharging technology and tougher emissions standards.
Subaru Legacy (Liberty) 4th Generation was the 2003-2004 Japan Car of the Year.
Layout – symmetrical all-wheel drive
EJ20 Flat-4 16 valves (horizontally-opposed 4 cylinders) 2.0 liter SOHC (Bore 92.0 mm x Storke 75.0 mm) naturally aspirated 140hp (100 kW)
EJ20 Flat-4 16 valves 2.0 liter DOHC (Bore 92.0 mm x Storke 75.0 mm) naturally aspirated AVCS (Active Valve Control System) 190hp (140 kW)
EJ206 Flat-4 16 valves 2.0 liter DOHC turbocharged 255hp (190 kW)
EJ253 Flat-4 16 valves 2.5 liter SOHC naturally aspirated 156hp (116 kW)
EJ255 Flat-4 16 valves 2.5 liter (sodium-filled) DOHC turbocharged 230-265hp (same engine as Subaru Impreza WRX STI)
EZ30 Flat-6 (aluminum block and heads) 24 valves AVCS 3.0 liter DOHC naturally aspirated
Transmission (s) –
4-speed automatic 4EAT based on the old Jatco design
5-speed automatic 5EAT based on Jatco JR507E transmission, featuring SportShift technology from Prodrive.
5-speed manual 5MT Revised (non-turbo) or 5MT Turbo (for turbo)
6-speed manual 6MT
Subaru Legacy (Liberty) GT 4th Generation Sedan with JDM mesh grille, custom DIY front lip, AVO front mount intercooler, black out headlights, Rota P1 Bronze 18 inch alloy wheel rims with Bridgestone Potenze RE-01Rs. Read the rest of this entry »