I have started a forum asking the forum users about what they like and dislike about Subaru’s. From this I have deciphered the following advantages and disadvantages ADVANTAGES
It is a fact that Subaru’s are one of the best balanced cars out on the car market today. This is because of three main things, the longitudinally mounted Subaru Boxer engine, the Subaru symmetrical all wheel drive system and the almost perfectly symmetrical drive train. All of these aspects help to make the car as balanced as possible. Better balance means stability that helps make driving safer. The more your wheels are engaged with the road, the more control you have. This is why the Subaru AWD system is so beneficial. Other AWD systems engage all four wheels only when a loss of traction is detected. But by then, your control has already made up its mind. Subaru Symmetrical AWD keeps power travelling to all four wheels all the time, helping to better prevent slippage before it happens. And if slippage does occur, its simple yet efficient design allows it to respond more quickly. It immediately reduces engine power to the slipping wheel and gives it to the wheels that have the traction. Because other car’s systems lack the simplicity of the Subaru symmetrical AWD, they therefore not only sacrifice efficiency, but can also incur more damage. The engine on a Subaru is mounted longitudinally. This means that it runs in line with the driveshaft, so therefore making power routes directly from the engine to all four of the wheels.
Less components means less things to break down and it also means less power loss due to the amount of friction. With power continually flowing with maximum efficiency, you experience the advantage of seamless traction whenever and wherever you might need it.
As all of the power is going through all four wheels at the same time, it therefore means that it kills the efficiency of the fuel consumption. This is normal language means that you...
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