Subaru Engineering Videos

Ever Wondered How Your Subaru Works? These Videos May Be the Answer

"How does Subaru's BOXER engine work?"

"Why is Subaru's Symmetrical AWD system better than other all-wheel-drive systems?"

"What is Subaru EyeSight, and why is it helpful?"

"How does a Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) work?"

If you've ever asked yourself any of these questions while cruising behind the wheel of your Subaru, you're not alone; our service techs and sales staff answer questions like these from drivers all across North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Hanahan, Summerville, and West Ashley.

You may know that Subaru's all-wheel-drive system is superior to other systems on the market, but did you know it's because this legendary system was built to be perfectly balanced on both sides, to provide power to all four wheels without hindering fuel economy? You may know that Subaru SUVs like the Forester and the Outback boast impressive efficiency as compared to other AWD crossovers--did you know that it's because Subaru's Lineartronic CVT uses two hydraulically-operated adjustable pulleys, and uses a stepless gear ratio?

If you didn't, then watching these Subaru engineering videos could be a big benefit. Learn more about Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and its full-time working capabilities, about the innovative structure that allows Subaru vehicles to be some of the safest on the market, about BOXER engines and why these low-centered powertrains can produce such amazing fuel economy without skimping on power, and about the CVT that's changing the way the lineup runs.

And if you have any additional questions, check out Subaru's YouTube page, or contact the team at Crews Subaru of Charleston to brush up on the whats, whys, and hows of your vehicle.

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