Subaru Forester Engine Size in Quick-to-Read Charts

Average Engine Size Subaru Forester

Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

    • Average size for generation: 2.25 L (2247 cc)
    • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1995 cc)
    • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2498 cc)
    • Difference from world average: 0.1 L smaller (-99 cc)
    • Engine power to cc ratio: 14 cc per 1 hp
    • Engine size to 1 passenger: 449 cc to 1 person
    • Difference from world's biggest: 6.1 L smaller (-6135 cc)
    • Difference from world's smallest: 1.82 L bigger (+1823 cc)
    • Torque from 1 liter: 96 Nm from 1 L
    • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

2019 Subaru Forester V engine size

  • 2.5 —2498 cc (2498 L)
  • e-Boxer 2.0 —1995 cc (1995 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.5 —13.7 cc/hp (18.6 cc/kW)
  • e-Boxer 2.0 —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.5 —6.48 or 152 cc bigger
  • e-Boxer 2.0 —14.96 or 351 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.5 2.5 L
    (2498 cc)
    6.5% bigger 76 cc to 1 mpg 73 hp from 1 L -
    e-Boxer 2.0 2 L
    (1995 cc)
    15% smaller - 75 hp from 1 L 117 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2498 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.5 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 76 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 73 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight -
    Vehicle e-Boxer 2.0
    Precise engine size 2 L (1995 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 117 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2 L (1997 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1995 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2 L (1998 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.35 L smaller (-349 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 12 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 399 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.4 L smaller (-6385 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.57 L bigger (+1573 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 137 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2017 Subaru Forester IV (facelift 2016) engine size

  • Sport 2.0 T —1998 cc (1998 L)
  • 2.0d —1998 cc (1998 L)
  • 2.0i —1995 cc (1995 L)
  • Trend 2.0i —1995 cc (1995 L)
  • Sport 2.0d —1998 cc (1998 L)
  • Platinum 2.0i —1995 cc (1995 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • Sport 2.0 T —8.3 cc/hp (11.3 cc/kW)
  • 2.0d —13.6 cc/hp (18.5 cc/kW)
  • 2.0i —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)
  • Trend 2.0i —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)
  • Sport 2.0d —13.6 cc/hp (18.5 cc/kW)
  • Platinum 2.0i —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • Sport 2.0 T —14.83 or 348 cc smaller
  • 2.0d —14.83 or 348 cc smaller
  • 2.0i —14.96 or 351 cc smaller
  • Trend 2.0i —14.96 or 351 cc smaller
  • Sport 2.0d —14.83 or 348 cc smaller
  • Platinum 2.0i —14.96 or 351 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    Sport 2.0 T 2 L
    (1998 cc)
    14.8% smaller 71 cc to 1 mpg 120 hp from 1 L 125 cc to 100 kg
    2.0d 2 L
    (1998 cc)
    14.8% smaller 43 cc to 1 mpg 74 hp from 1 L 125 cc to 100 kg
    2.0i 2 L
    (1995 cc)
    15% smaller 55 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 133 cc to 100 kg
    Trend 2.0i 2 L
    (1995 cc)
    15% smaller 59 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 133 cc to 100 kg
    Sport 2.0d 2 L
    (1998 cc)
    14.8% smaller 54 cc to 1 mpg 74 hp from 1 L 118 cc to 100 kg
    Platinum 2.0i 2 L
    (1995 cc)
    15% smaller 59 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 125 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle Sport 2.0 T
    Precise engine size 2 L (1998 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 71 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 120 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 125 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0d
    Precise engine size 2 L (1998 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 43 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 74 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 125 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0i
    Precise engine size 2 L (1995 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 55 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 133 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle Trend 2.0i
    Precise engine size 2 L (1995 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 59 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 133 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle Sport 2.0d
    Precise engine size 2 L (1998 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 54 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 74 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 118 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle Platinum 2.0i
    Precise engine size 2 L (1995 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 59 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 125 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.25 L (2248 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1998 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2498 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.1 L smaller (-98 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 11 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 450 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.1 L smaller (-6134 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.82 L bigger (+1824 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 130 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2013 Subaru Forester IV engine size

  • 2.0 —1998 cc (1998 L)
  • 2.5 —2498 cc (2498 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0 —8.3 cc/hp (11.3 cc/kW)
  • 2.5 —14.3 cc/hp (19.4 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0 —14.83 or 348 cc smaller
  • 2.5 —6.48 or 152 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0 2 L
    (1998 cc)
    14.8% smaller 71 cc to 1 mpg 121 hp from 1 L 125 cc to 100 kg
    2.5 2.5 L
    (2498 cc)
    6.5% bigger 86 cc to 1 mpg 70 hp from 1 L 167 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0
    Precise engine size 2 L (1998 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 71 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 121 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 125 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2498 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.5 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 86 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 70 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 167 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2 L (1997 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1995 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2 L (1998 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.35 L smaller (-349 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 13 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 399 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.4 L smaller (-6385 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.57 L bigger (+1573 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 137 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2011 Subaru Forester III (facelift 2010) engine size

  • 2.0i —1995 cc (1995 L)
  • 2.0 —1998 cc (1998 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0i —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 —13.6 cc/hp (18.5 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0i —14.96 or 351 cc smaller
  • 2.0 —14.83 or 348 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0i 2 L
    (1995 cc)
    15% smaller 64 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 133 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 2 L
    (1998 cc)
    14.8% smaller 50 cc to 1 mpg 74 hp from 1 L 133 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0i
    Precise engine size 2 L (1995 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 64 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 133 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0
    Precise engine size 2 L (1998 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 50 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 74 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 133 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.23 L (2226 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1994 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2457 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.12 L smaller (-120 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 13 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 445 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.2 L smaller (-6156 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.8 L bigger (+1802 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 123 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2008 Subaru Forester III engine size

  • 2.0X —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 2.5XS —2457 cc (2457 L)
  • 2.5XT —2457 cc (2457 L)
  • 2.0TD XS EC-VQ —1994 cc (1994 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0X —13.3 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)
  • 2.5XS —14.4 cc/hp (19.5 cc/kW)
  • 2.5XT —10.7 cc/hp (14.5 cc/kW)
  • 2.0TD XS EC-VQ —13.4 cc/hp (18.1 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0X —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 2.5XS —4.73 or 111 cc bigger
  • 2.5XT —4.73 or 111 cc bigger
  • 2.0TD XS EC-VQ —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0X 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller 80 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    2.5XS 2.46 L
    (2457 cc)
    4.7% bigger 98 cc to 1 mpg 70 hp from 1 L 164 cc to 100 kg
    2.5XT 2.46 L
    (2457 cc)
    4.7% bigger 112 cc to 1 mpg 93 hp from 1 L 164 cc to 100 kg
    2.0TD XS EC-VQ 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller 54 cc to 1 mpg 75 hp from 1 L 125 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0X
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 80 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5XS
    Precise engine size 2.46 L (2457 cc)
    Difference from world average 4.7 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 98 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 70 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 164 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5XT
    Precise engine size 2.46 L (2457 cc)
    Difference from world average 4.7 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 112 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 93 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 164 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0TD XS EC-VQ
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 54 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 75 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 125 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.23 L (2226 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1994 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2457 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.12 L smaller (-120 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 13 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 445 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.2 L smaller (-6156 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.8 L bigger (+1802 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 110 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2003 Subaru Forester II engine size

  • 2.5i —2457 cc (2457 L)
  • 2.0 X —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 2.0 XT —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 2.5 i 16V Turbo —2457 cc (2457 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.5i —14.2 cc/hp (19.3 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 X —16 cc/hp (21.7 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 XT —11.3 cc/hp (15.3 cc/kW)
  • 2.5 i 16V Turbo —11.6 cc/hp (15.9 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.5i —4.73 or 111 cc bigger
  • 2.0 X —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 2.0 XT —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 2.5 i 16V Turbo —4.73 or 111 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.5i 2.46 L
    (2457 cc)
    4.7% bigger - 70 hp from 1 L 164 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 X 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller 71 cc to 1 mpg 63 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 XT 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller 83 cc to 1 mpg 89 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    2.5 i 16V Turbo 2.46 L
    (2457 cc)
    4.7% bigger - 86 hp from 1 L 164 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5i
    Precise engine size 2.46 L (2457 cc)
    Difference from world average 4.7 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 70 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 164 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 X
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 71 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 63 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 XT
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 83 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 89 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5 i 16V Turbo
    Precise engine size 2.46 L (2457 cc)
    Difference from world average 4.7 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 86 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 164 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Subaru Forester engine size

      • Average size for generation: 1.99 L (1994 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1994 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2 L (1994 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.35 L smaller (-352 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 14 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 399 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.4 L smaller (-6388 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.57 L bigger (+1570 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 105 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    1998 Subaru Forester I engine size

  • 2.0 S -Turbo —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 2.0 —1994 cc (1994 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0 S -Turbo —11.7 cc/hp (16 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 —16.3 cc/hp (22.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0 S -Turbo —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 2.0 —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0 S -Turbo 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller - 85 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller - 61 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 S -Turbo
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 85 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 61 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg