BUDAPEST – Here in Southcentral Europe, goulash is Hungarian comfort food, a rich, hearty tomato-based beef stew spiced with ground paprika. Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. is serving up a tasty dish of its own, a third-generation 2.0L 4-cyl. gasoline boxer engine intended to power vehicles in the lower register of the Subaru brand. The horizontally opposed architecture has been part and parcel of Subaru engines since its 1000 sedan arrived in 1966. Over the following 23 years, the Japanese ...

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