1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD 0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers - MyCarSpecs United States (2023)

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1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD Consumer Reviews

The 1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD is a Sedan. It has 4 Doors and is powered by a engine which outputs 90 hp @ 5200 rpm and is paired with gearbox. The 1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD has cargo capacity of Liters and the vehicle weighs 1025 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers and. Safety features also include and. The front suspension is while the rear suspension is. The car also features a It has as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 98 N.m of torque and a top speed of 164 km/h. The 1993 Subaru Loyale 4WD accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 17.4 seconds and hits quarter mile at 22.2 seconds. Fuel consumption is L/100km in the city and L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 12,995

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Name 4WD
Price $ 12,995
Body Sedan
Doors 4 Doors
Power 90 hp @ 5200 rpm
Number of Seats N/A Seats
Cargo Space L
Maximum Cargo Space L
Wheel Type
Horsepower 90 HP
Torque 98 N.m
Top Speed 164 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) 17.4 s
Fuel Type
Fuel Consumption (City) L/100km
Fuel Consumption (Highway) L/100km
Gear Type
Weight 1,850 KG
Brand Subaru
Model Loyale
0-400m (Quarter Mile) 22.2 s
0-400m (Quarter Mile) - Speed 103.7 km/h
0-800m (Half Mile) 36.8 s
0-800m (Half Mile) - Speed 116.8 km/h
Modifications (MODS)
Modifications Cost $ 0

1993 Subaru Loyale Used Price Estimates

Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year

Used Condition Trade In Price Private Party Price Dealer Retail Price
Outstanding $ 564 $ 1,282 $ 1,673
Clean $ 494 $ 1,126 $ 1,469
Average $ 353 $ 812 $ 1,060
Rough $ 213 $ 499 $ 651

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Engine Standard in Trim Power Torque Fuel Consumption - City Fuel Consumption - Highway 0-100 km/h Quarter Mile Half Mile

1993 Subaru Loyale Trims

2WD 1993 Doors Seats $ 11,995.0 Horsepower: hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: kg
4WD 1993 Doors Seats $ 12,995.0 Horsepower: hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: kg

1993 Subaru Loyale Previous Generations

1993 Subaru Loyale Future Generations

Subaru Loyale Overview and History

Subaru actually means “unite” and it refers to the six stars on the logo that stand for the 6 companies that are united under the FHI group. The largest of the stars represents Fuji Heavy Industries. The company started out in 1917 in Japan as a aircraft research laboratory but soon moved to producing airplanes.

After WWII, the company created a scooter, the Fuji Rabbit with the spare parts from airplanes. Pretty soon, the company split up into different business that manufactured scooters, coaches, engines and chassis. Then CEO Kenji Kita decided that it would be a good idea to get involved in car making and pretty soon the first Subaru car was created, the Subaru 1500 (1954).

The 1500 or P1 was followed by the 360 in 1958, the Sambar in 1961, the 1000 in 1965, gthe 1100 and the R2 in 1969. During the 70s, the Leone came out and then later, in the 80s, the Alcyclone (1985) and the Legacy (1989) were added to the Subaru line-up.

Slowly, in the 90s, the company moved away from the manufacture of small vehicles and concentrated on rally cars, such as the Vivio and Impreza. Different versions of the Impreza WRX won the world championship several times under drivers such as Colin McRae.

Using the technology from the aeronautical industry, Subaru employed many successful inventions in the automotive industry. One of the first was the us of horizontally opposed “boxer” engines as well as the use of monocoque construction. Also, Subaru is the only car manufacturer to offer all-wheel drive as a standard on most of its models. The Japanese manufacturer was also the first to introduce electronic continuously variable transmission (ECTV) which replaces standard gears and gives smooth acceleration while reducing emissions and fuel consumption.

Subaru also takes a keen interest in environmental protection, having achieved an odd record: 0 landfill status for their plant in Lafayette, Indiana which means that the factory generates no trash. Also, the company has an extensive recycling program for its own cars, not to mention the program for hybrid and fuel efficient cars.

1993 Subaru Loyale Consumer Reviews

sunnycomma, 06/22/2003

Reliable, Practical, Economical

This is the most reliable, economical and practical wagon I have owned. It is now 10 years old and I have to part with it since I just bought a Subaru Forester. The only fault with this vehicle has been that it rusted very badly. Mechanically it could not be killed, but the body just rotted away.

mercifultuesday, 06/28/2012

my first car

it was very reliable. I bought it at 7 yrs and 109k miles and sold it at 14 years and 150K miles.The only problems I had were oil leaks which lead to frequent CV boot and CV joint replacements.In the last year or so, it started having an overheating problem. Did a tune up of some kind which improved the condition. I regretted selling it.... since my 2000 Legacy lost the engine and the headgaskets that same day.

condenseused, 03/30/2010

the best car ever!

The best car ever! I had is car for 3 years and it had 446,000 miles, and it finally died. It could go through just about anything. I highly recommend this car.

barleyendowment, 07/06/2011

1993 Subaru Loyale 4dr auto.

traded in a 1989 Corsica for this, was a very goodtrade overall ... had it for 11 years, my siblinghad it for another 4 ... Good interior design, very roomy for such a small car.Gas mileage was ok, about 26 mpg overall.Traction in winter was ok considering it did not have 4wd, though the 13" wheels could not go into deep heavy snow.Watch out for the three-part cat. converter, isexpensive to replace.Watch out for oil leaks though is not really anissue.watch out for auto-trans., it did not like toshift back to 1st upon stopping without helpfrom the shift lever.watch for rust on left rear fender though itdoes progress slowlywatch for headlight bulbs, I went through a few

trophybakery, 10/27/2013

1994 Subaru Loyale

"Perfect First Car."

I bought my '94 Loyale in 2011 with 133,000 miles on it, for only $ 750. Aside from being a little dirty and faded, it had no real problems. Very simple styling, but once I got it all cleaned and detailed, it looked great. It was fun to drive, rode surprisingly smooth, and was very comfortable. The factory stereo wasn't the best, but I replaced the stereo and speakers for under $ 200. I also replaced the rear shocks and tires while I had it. The only problems I ever had were an issue with the heater, which just turned out to be a bad control panel, and an overheating problem, which was because the previous owner had propped the thermostat open. I sold it because it had a leak in one head gasket, and I didn't have the money to get it fixed. Overall I enjoyed having it, and easily got more than my money's worth.

vireodrove, 09/13/2012

"nearly a million miles and will not quit"

i bought this car in 2007 with 800,000 miles on it for 400 dollars and i was expecting it to last a few months but this little blocky beater has 910,256miles on it now and with out a second thought still makes takes me every where i ask it to. its fun to drive cool little car i get about 29mpg average....i will keep this car forever....reliablity is king

scentedmoldwarp, 07/20/2012

"Not Bad"

I bought this car for $ 500. Not bad for a 500 dollar car. It has confortable seats and you dont have to worry about getting it dirty. The only problem is that it is poorly built. The carpet in the trunk fell out about three weeks ago. It is not that nice to look at either, but no cars from 1992 are anyway. It stalls a lot, but always starts up in the morning. It gets great MPG. It is an AWD, and doesn't do that bad on the ice and snow if you put studded tires on it. Overall i would give this car a 6.5.

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