Subaru Impreza Features –
- Available in 4 or 5-door
- Available EyeSight Driver Assist Technology
- 60/40-split fold-down rear seats
- Available 7-inch in-dash touch-screen
Not only is the Impreza spacious, it’s also exceptionally flexible. The 60/40-split flat-folding rear seatbacks allow you to easily load longer items, even while carrying passengers.
With 43.5 inches of leg room up front and 35.4 inches in the back, every Impreza gives passengers room to stretch out and enjoy the ride. And wide-opening doors make it easy to hop in and out for those unexpected road trips.
What are critics saying about the Subaru Impreza?
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. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Sensible, spacious, and trustworthy—these traits make the Impreza a safe choice, but not an exciting one. It starts with an underpowered 148-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder; a five-speed manual is standard and a CVT is optional. Choose the manual to wring as much performance as you can out of the engine; the CVT drains any fun to be had from the driving experience. Available as either a sedan or a five-door hatch, the Impreza stands apart from the competition with standard all-wheel drive. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The refreshed 2015 Subaru Impreza gains revised headlights, an updated grille and front bumper, a standard rearview camera, available EyeSight system, and better gas mileage. Subaru has also made revisions to make the cabin quieter and improved cabin materials. A new infotainment system lifted from the 2015 Subaru Legacy and Outback is also now available. Read More >>