Subaru Impreza

Starting at $18,295

25 City / 34 Hwy / 29 Avg

148-hp 2.0L 4 Cylinder

5 Passengers

3 Years / 36000 Miles

Gasoline

10623 cc2400 032 k1x
3.3/5

Average Rating
Based on reviews by 5 leading car publication(s)

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Launched in 1992, the Impreza quickly became one of Subaru’s most iconic vehicles, mostly due to its successful early campaigns in the World Rally Championship Kept in production for eight years until 2000, the first-generation Impreza was sold with a bevy of flat-four engines displacing from 1 5 to 2 5 liters and in three body styles, four-door coupe, sedan, and five-door hatchback...Read More N/A

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The 2016 Subaru Impreza is one of the only cars in its class with all-wheel drive, and reviewers praise its roomy cabin, but say its engine can be noisy and underpowered...Read More 3.9 out of 5

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Subaru is probably most well known as a company that makes all-wheel-drive vehicles that appeal heavily to campers, skiers and off-road rally racers But even if you're the type who won't venture anywhere that doesn't have a shower, there are still many reasons to consider the 2016 Subaru Impreza For starters, it is pretty much your only choice for a small sedan or hatchback if you want all-wheel drive The Impreza comes standard with it, and that extra dose of traction in inclement weather can be a nice thing to have...Read More N/A

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The Impreza's suspension provides impressive isolation, especially for a compact car Bumps just get soaked up On the highway, it's steady, supple, and controlled This is one of the best-riding compact cars you can buy...Read More 3.9 out of 5

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Overview: Refreshed for 2015 on underpinnings that were all-new in 2012, the Subaru Impreza is the company’s least expensive offering, but it also lends its platform to other models including the Forester crossover, the XV Crosstrek and, of most interest to Car and Driver, the WRX That makes it a foundation stone for a brand that continues to post explosive sales-growth numbers, up by 21 percent last year in a market that grew at less than one-third that rate This burgeoning popularity can’t all be down to all-wheel drive (standard on everything but the rear-drive BRZ coupe) Credit, too, the high content levels for the price and a reputation for reliability and high value retention...Read More 2.0 out of 5

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