When unwraping this muffler, which was sealed on both ends with plastic wrap, I noticed there was what sounded to be like a piece of scrap metal rattling around on the inside. It took FedEx over a week to get this to me and I couldn't handle waiting to send it back and have them resend another since the Subaru H4 without a muffler is headache-causing loud and my commute is over an hour. I shook it for 15 minutes trying to get the scrap to come out and thought I did because the rattling stopped no matter which way I turned and shook it. Just my luck, after mounting the darn thing, whatever it was kicking around in there got loosened up and now everytime I shift (normal everyday use) it rattles like a spraypaint can. So much for a stock sounding car... definitely won't be buying anything from here again
Subaru Crosstrek Rumored to Get More Powerful EngineIn a recent interview, Subaru CEO Tom Doll shared the updated Crosstrek will sport the brand’s 2.5-liter boxer-four engine to replace the current 2.0-liter engine, which is standard equipment on all trims of the subcompact crossover.
March 09, 2020
Honda Leads Fuel-Efficient Cars in the U.S.According to an article published by online publication Consumer Reports, the Environmental Protection Agency’s annual Fuel Economy Trends report shows a record-high number of 25.1 mpg on average for all passenger vehicles sold in the U.S. This is higher than the 24.2 mpg average in 2013.
June 17, 2020
2021 Subaru Crosstrek Gets More Powerful EngineFor the next model year, the Crosstrek is getting an overdue update with a 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder engine that delivers 182 horsepower, a 30-hp increase from the standard 2.0-liter engine.
April 23, 2020
Stall Risk Prompts Subaru RecallAccording to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, four models from the Subaru lineup are affected by the recall. These include the Impreza sedans and hatchbacks, Outback wagons, Legacy sedans, and Ascent SUVs.
April 13, 2020
Subaru Sends U.S. Employees on FurloughSeveral other companies have temporarily closed their facilities and halted operations in a bid to protect their employees from the virus and direct their efforts into producing much-needed medical equipment.
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