Subaru Engineering Videos

Subaru Engineering: A New Breed of Innovation, Available in Lyme, CT

It's well-known that your new Subaru takes you the distance through any condition, caters to your active lifestyle, and provides you with the latest technologies to keep you safe and satisfied. Have you ever wondered about the "behind-the-scenes" work that makes the Subaru brand so accomplished? Welcome to the world of Subaru engineering.

Perhaps one of the most renowned features found on nearly every new Subaru (with the exception of the sporty BRZ which is best experienced in rear-wheel drive!) is the standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. Subaru's AWD system sends power to all four wheels, giving you more control than the numerous FWD vehicles you may be sharing the road with at times. If you do happen to find a slippery slope, Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive works to send more power from the less stable wheels and transfer it to the more stable wheels. This is why drivers opt for vehicles like the Outback or Forester.  As New Englanders in Lyme, CT, we are no stranger to Mother Nature's weather curveballs, and careful engineering such as this keeps us and our neighbors in a safer atmosphere!

Having the control, balance and traction explained in the aforementioned video wouldn't be possible with a weak powertrain. To aid every new or used car, the SUBARU BOXER® engine provides just the pep you need to traverse any terrain. These engines are horizontally-designed and are not exposed to as many vibrations as other engines; therefore, they are longer-lasting. That's why you'll still see plenty of older Subaru models like the Crosstrek and WRX on the road today.


If it weren't already named Subaru, it would've have just been dubbed "safety." Subaru models are recognized for having a range of safety protection systems to help keep you alive and well. Without fail, you'll always see Subaru vehicles like the Legacy rank well with safety tests and secure titles like an IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+.


Have you ever heard of a transmission that uses two hydraulically-operated adjustable pulleys connected by a chain link? You have now: it's called the Subaru Lineartronic® Continuously Variable Transmission, and it's designed to provide optimal performance. That means better fuel economy and a smooth drive.  You 'll find this on most Subaru vehicles here at Reynolds Subaru like the Impreza!

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