The Subaru Impreza is really in a class of its own as an all-wheel drive compact car. It can be costly to fix an AWD system, but Subarus have an excellent reputation for reliability and the company just produced its 15-millionth AWD system, so it should know what it’s doing by now. If you want an inexpensive AWD system, and especially if you want a manual transmission, they’re really your only choice.Subaru Impreza sedan are all-new, and will feature the automaker’s new global platform. Subaru has also added more driver assist technology, new design language, and an updated flat-four engine.
The Impreza was revised last year, adding features and technology to keep it competitive with heavy-hitters It’s available with either a five-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission (CVT) automatic. All trim levels are also available as either a four-door sedan or, for an extra, a five-door hatch. The vehicle tested here is the Limited edition with Eyesight, which sits at the top-of-the-line for the four-door sedan.
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