While results will vary and the big variable is always how well the car has been maintained, what I can tell you is a Subaru is capable of going 300,000 miles. And if you are a regular maintenance type of owner you should expect to get that type of mileage out of it.
According to Subaru owners, a properly maintained Subarus last around 200,000 miles, Some Subarus can even last up to 300,000 miles in ideal conditions like mild weather and smooth terrain. It's vital to follow the manufacturer's maintenance instructions to make a Subaru last as long as possible.
Just as long as any other engine. I've seen them with 200,000+ miles on them still running fine. Large heavy duty turbo diesel engines will last 500,000 miles or more.
Turbos are designed to last the lifetime of the vehicle (or around 150,000 miles), however, it's possible for them to wear out over time depending on how hard you drive the car and the original build quality of the turbo.
Generally speaking, a Subaru 2.5 engine has the ability to run between 250,000 and 300,000 miles before needing any kind of significant auto maintenance or repair. Since most drivers average around 14,000 miles per year, this would mean that a Subaru 2.5 engine could conceivably run for over two decades.
Yes. Subaru turbo engines are very reliable. I've driven one for the past 6 1/2 years and about 50,000 miles with no problems.
This is reflected in the variation of the Kamehameha that he uses as well, which is actually a combination of Vegeta's Final Flash and Goku's Kamehameha. The end result is the Final Kamehameha, which is easily one of the strongest attacks in the history of Dragon Ball.
Overview. This is the x100 version of the Son family's signature Kamehameha (Xz). It is a large blue beam fired by putting both hands together at your side. This is the version of Kamehameha when the user powers it up to 100 times the power of a Kamehameha.