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SUVSeventh generation (1973–1991) or Eighth generation (1992–1999) Chevrolet Suburban

 

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Sedan: Subaru Imperza WRX

Specifications:>
VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, 4-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan or 5-door wagon

BASE PRICE: $24,220-$24,720

ENGINE TYPE:turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 16-valve 2.0-liter flat-4

TRANSMISSION(S): 5-speed manual, 4-speed auto

Power: 227 bhp @ 6000 rpm

DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 99.4 in
Length: 173.4 in
Curb Weight: 3100-3150 lb

FUEL ECONOMY:
EPA MPG City: 19-20 mpg

Once again Subaru’s cheeky little Impreza WRX elbows its way to a spot on our 10Best list, prevailing in a field salted with a number of much fancier pedigrees. What’s up with that? It would be hard to argue irresistible good looks, or the richness of the Subie’s interior appointments. Aside from a set of terrific bucket seats up front, this is just another compact.

But impressions of mediocrity vanish when the driver lights the fires. With 227 horsepower on tap from its 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four, the WRX can sprint turn for turn with such cars as the BMW 330i, and its full-time all-wheel-drive system — standard on all Subarus — makes the most of available traction on all surfaces, from grippy to gravel. Suspension tuning strikes a comfortable balance between rally ready and family friendly, the steering is quick and accurate, and the engagements of the five-speed manual transmission encourage vigorous rowing.

Fun to drive is composed of power and agility in more or less equal measures. The WRX delivers both, and does so at a bargain price. Does this sound like an ordinary compact? No, it doesn’t. And it’s not.

(source) https://www.caranddriver.com/features/2003-10best-cars-feature-2003-subaru-impreza-wrx-page-12

TRUCK: 7.3L Power Stroke turbo diesel V-8

(Source) https://www.drivingline.com/articles/secret-sauce-how-to-make-real-power-with-the-73l-power-stroke/ 001-ford-f350-power-stroke-diesel.jpg

7.3L POWER STROKE SPECS

Engine: 7.3L Power Stroke diesel V-8
B10 Life: 200,000 miles (~320,000 km)
B50 Life: 350,000 miles (~560,000 km)
Years Produced: 1994.5 – 2003 model years
Displacement: 7.3 liters, 444 cubic inches
Block/Head Material: Cast iron block, cast iron cylinder heads
Compression Ratio: 17.5 : 1
Firing Order: 1-2-7-3-4-5-6-8 7.3 Power Stroke cylinder numbers
Bore: 4.11 in (104.4 mm)
Stroke: 4.18 in (106.2 mm)
Aspiration: Single turbocharger, wastegated, intercooler introduced for 1999 model year
1994 – 1997: Garrett TP38
1998 – 2003: Garrett GTP38 (wastegated)
Injection: Direct injection, HEUI (hydraulic electronic unit injection). See injector code breakdown below.
Valvetrain: OHV, 2 valves per cylinder, hydraulic lifters (no valve adjustment necessary)
Oil Capacity*: 15 quarts w/ filter
(original Ford spec for 1994 was 12 quarts. The dipstick was re-calibrated for the 1995 model year to indicate a full crankcase at 14 quarts)
Engine Weight: Approx. 920 lbs dry
Peak Horsepower: • 210 hp @ 3,000 rpm (intro horsepower rating, 1994 MY)
• 275 hp @ 2,800 rpm (peak horsepower rating, 2003 MY)
Peak Torque: • 425 lb-ft @ 2,000 rpm (intro torque rating, 1994 MY)
• 525 lb-ft @ 1,600 rpm (peak torque rating, 2003 MY)
Engine Dimensions: Length: 34″ (approx)
Width: 32″ (approx)
Height: 38″ (approx)

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