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Subaru 6 Cylinder Engine Long Island

If you’re looking to purchase a Subaru, one of the things you should take into account is the engine. This will dictate its power and performance in numerous ways, and many buyers now understand the appeal of the 6 cylinder Subaru engine. We’re going to talk about those engines and what makes them stand out from the alternative options below, so read on. We’ll be more than happy to help you out and discuss the engine options, as well as the model options, with you when you visit us here at South Shore Subaru. 

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Does Your Subaru Need New Tires?

When you purchase your Subaru, it comes equipped with high-quality tires, but it’s always important to take note of the condition of your tires as time passes.  For instance, when you’re driving on Long Island, you know that the road conditions can change drastically at different times of the year, so even if your tires are in good shape in the summer, doesn’t meet they’re up to par in the winter. There are many factors that go into determining if tires need to be replaced. In this post, we’re going to go over the two…

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When to Replace Subaru Spark Plugs

Advanced Subaru technology means that spark plugs last much longer than they used to, but with Subarus lasting longer too, it’s important to know the signs that your spark plugs need to be replaced. While your owner’s manual will give you an idea of when to expect your spark plugs will need to be replaced, your driving habits and extreme climates might change the amount of time or miles you’ll get out of your spark plugs.

 

 

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Benefits of the Subaru Boxer Engine

It’s no secret that Subaru strives to provide drivers with a unique ride. One of the major differences that puts Subaru at the top of its class is the use of the Boxer engine. For over 50 years, Subaru has been using the Boxer engine in most of its models to give drivers a smooth, pleasant driving experience. So why has Subaru been consistently using the Boxer engine in many of its models?

 

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