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1993–1996 Subaru Legacy Brighton Automatic

Specification specific to Subarus with Applied Model BG5A55R and main Option Code AB, AC, AH, PG or PH (see note *)

* Cars built for the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) have an additional “C” or “H” as part of their Option Code, which is sometimes shown on the VIN plate. This is not relevant for this specification page and can be ignored.
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PlatformSecond Generation Subaru Legacy
Body Style5-Door Touring Wagon
Production CycleRevision A1May 1993 to May 1996
Model CodeE-BG5 (JDM cars only)
SteeringRight-Hand Drive
MarketJapanese Domestic Market (JDM)
Production DatesAugust 1993 to August 1995
Date On SaleOctober 1993
Chassis List15,534
 
Engine Type
ConfigurationFour Cylinder Horizontally Opposed (“Flat Four”)
Cylinder Bore92.0mm
Stroke75.0mm
Displacement1,994cc
Compression Ratio:1
Fuel TypePetrol
InductionNaturally Aspirated
ValvetrainSingle Overhead Camshaft (SOHC)
Valves164Valves per Cylinder
Peak Power125PSat5,500 rpm
Peak Torque172N·mat4,500rpm
 
Transmission Type
TransmissionElectro 4-Speed Automatic (E-4AT)
DriveFull-time Four Wheel Drive with Active Torque Split Multi-plate Clutch (ACT-4 F4WD)
Suspension
Tyre Size195/65R14
 
Colour Options230Solid White (“Pure White”)
265Metallic Red (“Dark Red Mica”)
406Metallic Silver (“Light Silver”)
416Metallic Blue (“Dark Blue Mica”)
443Metallic Green (“Dark Green Mica”)
444Metallic Green Grey (“Wintergreen Metallic”)
474Metallic Grey (“Medium Grey”)
 
Option Codes
ABACAHPGPH
ABS Brakes
Sunroof
Airbag
Winter Pack 1)
Real Focus Sound 2)
Option Code Notes
1) Winter Pack includes Heated Front Seats, Heated Door Mirrors, and Heated Front Wiper.
2) Legacy Real Focus Sound System: High performance audio system by Kenwood. Includes, 120W amplifier, CD player, full logic control cassette deck, AM/FM electronic tuner, 8 speakers, and digital signal processor (DSP) function.
 
Additional Notes