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Have More Fun in Helena Driving a 2019 Subaru BRZ

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Do you like taking on the road full speed ahead? Gripping every turn? Owning the straight away? The Subaru BRZ is engineered for those who love to joyride. With the ideal sports car layout and agile handling, the 2019 BRZ will appeal to your adrenaline seeking side. With its Sport-Tuned suspension and low center of gravity, the Subaru BRZ is designed to give you a drive like no other.

Agility at Every Corner

The low and rearward engine placement means that you will get a sports car with pristine balance, lightning reflexes, and excellent rear-wheel-drive handling dynamics. 

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Check Out the All-New 2019 Subaru Forester Sport!

That it's "inspired by the needs of outdoor enthusiasts," as Subaru claims, is an understatement. We think one of the ruggedest compact SUVs around is going to get the kinds of enhancements that performance enthusiasts have been waiting for. You'll be able to check out the new Subaru Forester Sport soon enough right here at Placer Subaru, but in the meantime, take a look at what's going to be under the hood and in-cabin.

  • A 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER engine with more power than last year's model -- 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque
  • A Lineartronic…
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What New Additions Will You Find in the New 2019 Subaru Outback?

 

For drivers all over Helena, MT and the surrounding Townsend, Montana City and Helena Valley area drivers, the Subaru Outback has long since been a staple in getting where you need to go thanks to its tremendous capability in any weather and any terrain. This year's 2019 Outback takes it all a step further by now offering a bevy of standard state of the art features, and even more of them as you climb the lineup. 

 

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What Is a Subaru Boxer Engine?

Everything You Want in an Engine: Balance, Power and Smooth Delivery

A Subaru engine is unlike your typical inline engine. This is because instead of having vertical cylinders, they are actually horizontal and opposing. What this does is allow Subaru to have their engines lower to the ground. This creates a lower center of gravity that improves a number of different performance aspects.

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