Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002

Key specs

Subaru Baja (Pick-up) Baja 2002,2003,2004,2005,2006

What is the body type, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

Pick-up, 4 Doors, 5 Seats

What is the fuel economy, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

10 l/100 km 23.52 US mpg

How much power, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

165 Hp @ 5600 rpm.
67.2 Hp/l

What is the engine size, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

2457 cm3
149.94 cu. in.

How many cylinders, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

4, Boxer

What is the drivetrain, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

All wheel drive (4x4),

How long is this vehicle, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

4910 mm
193.31 in.

How wide is the vehicle, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

1781 mm
70.12 in.

What is the curb weight, Subaru Baja 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD 2002?

1582 kg
3487.71 lbs.

Subaru Baja (Pick-up) Baja 2002,2003,2004,2005,2006 Specs

General information

Brand Subaru
Model Baja (Pick-up)
Version Baja
Engine version 2.5 i 16V (165 Hp) 4WD
Year production start 2002
Year production end 2006
Vehicle type Pick-up
Horsepower RPM 165 Hp @ 5600 rpm.
Curb weight kg -lbs total

1582 kg

3487.71 lbs.
Overall length mm - inch

4910 mm

193.31 in.
Doors 4

Engine specs

Designation model EJ25
Cam configuration DOHC
Engine position and orientation Front, Longitudinal
Cylinders 4
Position of cylinders Boxer
Displacement (liters)

2457 cm3

149.94 cu. in.
Eng. horsepower RPM 165 Hp @ 5600 rpm.
Horsepower per litre 67.2 Hp/l
Weight / horsepower kg/hp - hp/tons

9.6 kg/Hp

104.3 Hp/tonne
Weight / torque kg/Nm - Nm/tons 7 kg/Nm, 142.2 Nm/tonne

7 kg/Nm

142.2 Nm/tonne
Torque Nm RPM lb-ft RPM

225 Nm @ 4000 rpm.

165.95 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpm.
Bore (mm in)

99.5 mm

3.92 in.
Stroke (mm in)

79 mm

3.11 in.
Compression ratio 10
Fuel delivery system Multi-point indirect injection
Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
Valvetrain 4
Engine aspiration Naturally aspirated engine
Engine oil liters | quarts

4 l

4.23 US qt | 3.52 UK qt
Engine coolant

6.7-6.8 l

7.08 - 7.19 US qt | 5.9 - 5.98 UK qt
Powertrain architecture Internal Combustion engine
Engine location Front, Longitudinal

Transmission and Drive system

Drive configuration All wheel drive (4x4)
Transmission 5


Front brakes Ventilated discs
Rear brakes Disc
Anti-lock brake system ABS (Anti-lock braking system)


Steering type Steering rack and pinion


Front suspension Coil spring
Rear suspension Helical spring

Body / Chassis

Wheels & Tyres

Wheels size 225/60 R16



Safety and Security


Passengers seats 5


Overall length mm - inch

4910 mm

193.31 in.
Overall width mm -inch

1781 mm

70.12 in.
Overall height mm -inch

1590 mm

62.6 in.
Wheelbase mm - inch

2649 mm

104.29 in.
Track width front mm - inch

1470 mm

57.87 in.
Track width rear mm - inch

1465 mm

57.68 in.


Curb weight kg -lbs total

1582 kg

3487.71 lbs.
Fuel tank liters | gallons

65 l

17.17 US gal | 14.3 UK gal

Fuel economy

Combined l/100 km - Mpg

10 l/100 km

23.52 US mpg
Autonomy km (combined use) 650

Engine type

What engine is the 4 cylinder boxer: the boxer-four is an engine where each pair
of opposed pistons moves inwards and outwards at the same time in two banks of
cylinders lying on opposite sides of a common crankshaft, named laso flat-four
or opposed-four.

What is the 4 cylinder boxer displacement: it is in a range between 1350 cc and
3000 cc in recent model line up powertrain.

How much is the power of the 4 cylinders boxer: the power of the 4 cylinders is
in a range from 98bhp to 365 bhp.Which cars use 4 cylinder boxer engine: 4 boxer is used by Porsche and Subaru but it has a strong heritage in powertrain production as have been used in cars by Volkswagen on the original iconic Beetle and Alfa Romeo.

The advantages of the boxer-four layout are perfect secondary vibration (resulting in minimal vibration), low centre of gravity and a short engine length. The layout also lends itself to efficient air cooling with the airflow being evenly distributed across the four cylinders. The downsides of boxer-four engines (compared with inline-four engines) are extra width, higher costs due to two cylinder heads instead of one and the long exhaust manifold required to achieve evenly spaced exhaust pulses.

The typical firing order for a boxer-four engine is for the left bank of cylinders to ignite one after another, followed by the right bank of cylinders with the firing interval evenly spaced at 180 degrees. The exhausts manifold from the two cylinders on each bank were merged and in result uneven exhaust pulses causing a characteristic "flat-four burble" exhaust sound as on Porsche 982 and 718 series with boxer 4.

The engine fires once every 180 degrees crankshaft angle (720 degrees divided by 4 = 180 degrees) and other common firing configuration (such as used by Subaru since the mid-2000s) is to pair the cylinders, with a firing interval of 360 degrees, in order to optimise the exhaust pulses. This configuration requires long exhaust manifolds to pair the cylinders on opposite banks and results in a less distinctive exhaust sound.

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