Modern Classics: Subaru SVX – Autos.ca

Rubric: Subaru | 10 May 2015 | Comments Off on Modern Classics: Subaru SVX – Autos.ca
Modern Classics: Subaru SVX – Autos.ca

May 7, 2008 1991 Subaru SVX; photo courtesy Subaru Canada. Click image to enlarge Review and photos by Jeff Burry Photo Gallery: In 1992 Subaru introduced a new vehicle that surprised both the public and industry watchers alike. The Subaru SVX, with its dramatic styling, and wide, low stance, represented a plucky attempt by the company to enter the exclusive performance/luxury market. 1991 Subaru SVX; photo courtesy Subaru Canada. Click image to enlarge. Those who remember the car likely do so for its signature #8220;window in window#8221; design feature. Take a look at the picture and you#8217;ll see that the driver and passenger side glass had a small #8220;window#8221; located within ...

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Subaru SVX

Rubric: Subaru | 24 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Subaru SVX
Subaru SVX

There have been some important upgrades to the Subaru SVX transaxle. Listed below are descriptions of the critical ones. 1. The transmission oil pump gasket was changed to a beaded metal design because of a deterioration problem with the previous design. All SVXs with a manufacture date of 11/92 or a transmission I.D. # 513102 and after should have come with this redesigned gasket. It should also be mentioned that all transmissions with I.D. # 426208 and after came with a modified case which was the initial attempt to correct the pump gasket problem. Symptoms associated with a deteriorating gasket are approximately 1/2 main line pressure at idle, but full line pressure at stall speed. A delay ...

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Subaru SVX Parts – Subaru SVX Accessories at Partstrain.com

Rubric: Subaru | 19 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Subaru SVX Parts – Subaru SVX Accessories at Partstrain.com
Subaru SVX Parts – Subaru SVX Accessories at Partstrain.com

Subaru SVX Parts Accessories Subaru SVX Subaru dished out in 1992 one of its more infamous mid-size coupes that had different effects on different people. The Subaru SVX would be surprisingly popular in its first year but sales would decline in the succeeding years but eerily would gain a cult following in its latter years and when the whole line was discontinued. The SVX was the replacement for the doomed Subaru XT and Subaru had high hopes and big plans for the SVX. Pre-production plans included it to be designed as an advanced SVX Active Safety concept vehicle with a voice operation system for hands free control of the air conditioning, audio, telephone and navigation systems, a ...

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Subaru SVX – Everything2.com

Rubric: Subaru | 2 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Subaru SVX – Everything2.com
Subaru SVX – Everything2.com

Subaru SVX Thu Jun 21 2001 at 21:25:24 The Subaru SVX was in many ways Subaru ‘s finest car. It was quite an expensive ride, costing well over $30,000 USD in 1991 when it was introduced. But it was well worth the money considering what it had under the body panel s. It was very similar in performance and equipment to the Porsche 911 Turbo AWD. The SVX’s exterior screams japanese supercar. Very sleek and round styling. The most notable thing was the window within a window system that it had. You couldn’t roll the windows down, instead it had little windows inside of the main windows, (those could be rolled down). The window trick was done to keep the air resistance ...

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Subaru Svx – Answers.com

Rubric: Subaru | 31 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Subaru Svx – Answers.com
Subaru Svx – Answers.com

Frequently Asked Questions Where can you find a new power window relay or even switch the circuit breaker for a 1992 Subaru SVX? How do you change the spark plugs on a Subaru SVX 3.3L engine? The procedure is exactly the same for ALL SVX engines Take a deep breath and settle in, it’s a long process. You’ll need the obvious tools:* Ratchet* Spark Plug Socket (5/8)* Three-inch and six-inch extensions.* 12mm boxed end wrench (the longer the better). * Retrieval tool (I use the claw type – the magnetic type works also ) is helpful when you drop extensions, sockets, etc.* Pry bar for easing out the coils (a small one with a slight bend on the flat end * Flat bladed screwdriver ...

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Subaru SVX Receiver and Speaker Installation – HU install

Rubric: Subaru | 24 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Subaru SVX Receiver and Speaker Installation – HU install
Subaru SVX Receiver and Speaker Installation – HU install

Subaru SVX 2 Radio Removal / Replacement 2.1 Why Is This So Hard? Several things have made this task a little difficult: Looking at the dash, it’s not immediately obvious how to find the screws that secure the metal radio cage (the part that holds the radio). Once you know how, the removal procedure is very straightforward. There is also some misinformation out there. For example, the instructions by accessory manufacturer Scosche (which Crutchfield sent to me) tell you to disassemble nearly half of your dash, including removing the Climate Control module, to reach the radio. You do not need to do that! On the assembly line, Subaru installed the factory radio before the interior ...

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1992 Subaru SVX (LS, LS-L) | Conceptcarz.com

Rubric: Subaru | 6 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 1992 Subaru SVX (LS, LS-L) | Conceptcarz.com
1992 Subaru SVX (LS, LS-L) | Conceptcarz.com

1992 Subaru SVX news, pictures, and information In an attempt to enter the once-popular performance and luxury world, Subaru launched the SVX in July of 1991. The SVX was designed and created by well renowned designer Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign. Though only around 14,000 units were imported to the United States, Subaru produced nearly 25,000 SVXs between 1992 and 1997. A mid-sized, high-performance sports-touring coupe, the Subaru SVX was also known as the Alcyone SVX. This model was marketed and designed as the replacement for their outdated Alcyone XT and Alcyone XT6 coupes. The most unique feature of the exotic SVX was its windows. Created with the goal of good aerodynamics, the ...

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Subaru Svx Car Reviews | NRMA Motoring & Services

Rubric: Subaru | 13 Dec 2014 | Comments Off on Subaru Svx Car Reviews | NRMA Motoring & Services
Subaru Svx Car Reviews | NRMA Motoring & Services

Subaru SVX Car Review Author: NRMA Motoring Date: 1 November 1992 Subaru has never been one to worry too much about conforming with the mob on styling or things mechanical and the SVX, with its dramatically individual looks, its horizontally-opposed six-cylinder engine and its full-time variable torque-split four-wheel drive, is certainly no exception to that tradition. In the world of luxury sports cars, the SVX is by no means the quickest on outright performance, but it more than makes up for that in other aspects. A low centre of gravity, a well sorted suspension and the full-time 4WD give the SVX a level of road holding and poise that have to be experienced to fully appreciate. Suffice ...

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#featurethis: A Sideways Subaru Svx | Speedhunters

Rubric: Subaru | 22 Sep 2014 | Comments Off on #featurethis: A Sideways Subaru Svx | Speedhunters
#featurethis: A Sideways Subaru Svx | Speedhunters

# featurethis: A Sideways Subaru Svx Next Chapter The Subaru SVX is without a doubt one of the most interesting Japanese cars of the 1990s. It may not have had the same racing credentials as its rivals, but with unique styling and a smooth flat six powerplant the SVX made for one hell of a unique GT car. It was ahead of its time to say the least. As cool as the SVX was, it never offered a whole lot in the way of potential for modification. For starters, the Subaru six cylinder never had a ton of aftermarket support, and even worse the SVX was only offered with a four-speed automatic transmission. Even with all these factors working against him, Speedhunters reader Chris Van Den Elzen of ...

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Subaru SVX coupe

Rubric: Subaru | 16 Aug 2014 | Comments Off on Subaru SVX coupe
Subaru SVX coupe

David Morley Japanese car-makers had failed to build a truly sporty big coupe in the 1980s, but this didn’t stop them having another go as the ’90s rolled around. Mazda’s RX-7 was the obvious exception, but cars such as the Nissan 300ZX and Toyota Supra were never in proper sports-car territory. They both had their merits, but razor-sharp handling, poise and suppleness were not among them. Meanwhile, Subaru was steadily enlarging its market share, and educating people that it was a maker of more than just quirky little all-wheel-drive station wagons. Suddenly it made sense for Subaru to have an entrant in the big-coupe category, and Australia wasn’t going to miss out ...

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