No difference as far as I'm aware. The Legacy has been using the 3.0 H6 since around 2002/2003 in the UK. It was introduced at the end of the previous generation's production run but only in the Outback model.
Since then there has been a 3.0R (auto only legacy which has since been dropped over here) + the 3.0R Outback and the 3.0 Spec B which are both still avalable in the UK. The Spec B is available with a six speed manual box aswell as the auto. Nice car!
Yeah, the motors are most likely the same...I just realize larger displacement engines are taxed higher in Europe and I wasn't sure if the smaller Subarus only had the 2.0L and 2.5L horizontal 4-cylinders options.
Yes, they've used the 2.0 and 2.5 in various guises over the last few years. The 2.0 gives decent peak power but needs revs, the 2.5 is better but both feel rather outdated and agricultural these days. They are both pretty horrible when combined with the 4-speed auto.
There is a 1.5 Impreza here too which is smooth and not as gutless as the figures suggest but a revvy 1.5 coupled to a awd drivetrain and, even worse, an auto gearbox is never going to cut it against European opposition in terms of performance and running costs.
Any car with emissions of greater than 225g/km (all turbos and H6 engined cars) is slammed on road tax....and it'll only get worse in the future. Hence the introduction of the diesel.
My husband and I just got this 06 B9 tribeca 2 days after we got it, it started to act up. First it stalled on me on the highway and then it wouldn’t start back up we had to tow it home. Then my uncle tried to figure out was wrong we found several issues with it after we got everything fixed we...
So if someone out there wants a nearly-new Tribeca, Carter Subaru in Shoreline just put one out on the lot today:
I am guessing it's a trade-in, and I'm...
'06 Tribeca, 7 passenger, limited, OBP:
We get 15.9 miles per gallon, way under what the manufacturer claims, but its mostly city driving with the a/c on full blast too, yes it gets hot here in houston.
Hi, I bought a 2013 Tribeca. It does not come with the rear entertainment system. I see that it has the blue tooth phone thing on the ceiling, the rse aux button on the dashboard. My question is can I just buy an oem rear entertainment system from a donor car and put it in my car? Would I need...
I have a 2009 Tribeca. While changing the RR hub (fun to get out), I had to "sacrifice" the ABS sensor as it was siezed in the knuckle. (I know you normally don't have to remove the knuckle, but as I said I had to get it off then use a sledge hammer to knock the hub out.
Anyways, I bought a...