Subaru Fuel-Efficient Models & Specs

Are you curious about the fuel economy of Subaru vehicles? The team at McLaughlin Subaru has broken down the numbers for your convenience. Take a look below to see how some of our sedans and SUVs compare in terms of fuel efficiency. If you’re interested in any of the vehicles in our inventory, be sure to call our Subaru dealership in Moline, IL, at (309) 726-4684 or message us through our online form. In addition to serving residents of Moline, we are proud to serve residents of Bettendorf and Davenport, IA, and Rock Island, IL.

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Subaru Impreza MPG Specs

The 2022 Subaru Impreza is a versatile vehicle that is offered in both sedan and five-door body styles. Equipped with a standard 2.0L SUBARU BOXER® four-cylinder engine, the Impreza produces MPG estimates up to 28 city and 36 highway. For more information about this unique Subaru vehicle, take a look at our Subaru Impreza review.

Subaru Legacy MPG Specs

The 2022 Subaru Legacy is a sleek sedan with two engines on offer. If you choose a trim equipped with the standard 2.5L SUBARU BOXER four-cylinder engine, you can enjoy MPG estimates up to 27 city and 35 highway. If you opt for a higher Legacy trim level, you’ll get the 2.4L turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine, which produces MPG estimates of 24 city and 32 highway.

For more information about the Subaru Legacy, check out our Subaru Legacy review.

Subaru Outback MPG Specs

The 2022 Subaru Outback is an adventure-ready five-passenger SUV with a wide range of fuel economy estimates that depend on the trim you select. The standard 2.5L SUBARU BOXER engine produces 26 city and 33 highway MPG. When you choose either the Outback Onyx Edition XT, Limited XT, or Touring XT, you’ll instead get the 2.4L turbocharged engine, which produces 23 city and 30 highway MPG.

The Outback Wilderness, while also paired with the 2.4L turbocharged engine, instead produces MPG estimates of 22 city and 26 highway.

Learn more about the Subaru Outback by taking a look at our Subaru Outback review.

Subaru Forester MPG Specs

Embrace the commuter lifestyle in the 2022 Subaru Forester. This dynamic five-passenger SUV is paired with a standard 2.5L four-cylinder engine which produces up to 26 city and 33 highway MPG across most of the lineup, with the exception of the Forester Wilderness trim. The Wilderness trim produces up to 25 city and 28 highway MPG. The Forester Wilderness trim is also equipped with a unique Lineartronic® CVT (continuously variable transmission) with adaptive cruise control and eight-speed manual mode.

Take a look at our Subaru Forester review for more details about this Subaru SUV.

Subaru Crosstrek MPG Specs

Looking for a compact SUV with an available hybrid engine? Consider the refreshed 2023 Subaru Crosstrek. This is the only Subaru SUV in the lineup with a hybrid engine option. When you choose the available 2.0L hybrid SUBARU BOXER four-cylinder, you can experience 90 MPGe. If you prefer the standard 2.5L four-cylinder engine, you can still achieve up to 28 city and 33 highway MPG.

For more details on the eye-catching Subaru Crosstrek, check out our Subaru Crosstrek review.

Driving Tips to Save on Gas

How can you save on gas? In addition to driving a vehicle with excellent fuel economy ratings, there are other things you can do. Here are some tips to save on gas:

  1. Adopt good driving habits. When you speed or rapidly accelerate and brake, your gas mileage can be reduced significantly.
  2. Don’t idle excessively. Idling eats up a lot of fuel in a short period of time. Instead, put your vehicle in park and turn it off.
  3. Observe the speed limit. When you go over 50 MPH, gas mileage decreases.
  4. Use cruise control. When you use cruise control, you can maintain your speed better, thus saving on gas.
  5. Don’t keep unnecessary heavy items in your vehicle. Hauling an additional 100 pounds in the trunk can reduce your fuel efficiency.
  6. Carrying cargo on your roof can reduce your gas mileage. Avoid carrying cargo on the roof unless necessary.