With the long suspension travel that is typical for Subaru, our test sedan rolled and swayed with exuberance. Imprezas with non-turbocharged engines get a new aluminum hood, and all models have redesigned taillamp clusters. The audio has pleasing tones and cruise control is welcome. Fun Factor - is this car fun to drive? Output of the non-turbo engine has grown from 165 to 173 hp, courtesy of a new i-Active Valve Lift System. A tiny turbo boost gauge sits atop the steering column. This car is not only fast and fun to drive, it is reliable and a blast in the snow.
Build Quality - A Japanese car built in Japan. The hood is made of aluminum. Added are xenon headlights, larger diameter exhausts system, electronic throttle control, new alloys and other goodies. Owners may contact Subaru customer service at 1-856-488-8500. Great response from the turbo and engine and a nice power band.
Still standard are the front seat heaters with cloth upholstery, yet , the alloy racing pedals that await your heel-and-toe efforts, and the frameless side windows that are a rarity on sedans today. When the turbo kicks in at around 3350rpms, there is a sudden rush, as the car lurches forward, wanting more and more speed. The recall began August 24, 2016. Note: This notice is only for vehicles that were not covered by 16V-358 for Zone A. Imprezas are equipped with full-time all-wheel drive and an antilock braking system.
Build Quality- Zero repairs but remember it can be hard to keep and opposed engine from burning a bit of oil later in its life due to the pistons sitting in the oil. Primary Use: Commuting to work Move Out Of My Way — perfomance. This thing can really move, and acceleration is nothing short of breath-taking. Comfort is good offering supportive seats and an adjustable driving position. Its common and very little. I average 26mpg and my commute is mainly through stop and go traffic.
I have to be honest and say, sometimes it scares me how fast I can go in this light car. The seats are very comfortable, performance is up to par for a daily driver in my books, not to mention the Subaru growl the aftermarket exhausts give off if your into modding. Skip to details on the:. It was a left-hand-drive car for American drivers and it felt more responsive and easier to drive than the car sold in Australia. You can't go wrong with a 4 cyc 2.
We understand why: people choose autoboxes for the convenience of disregarding their transmissions, but with the old 2. Owners may contact Subaru customer service at 1-800-782-2783. Output of the non-turbo engine has grown from 165 to 173 hp, courtesy of a new i-Active Valve Lift System. The result is a car easier to drive fast and not as hard to handle. I was hooked and hoped to see it Down Under. Yes, it could be a little better when it comes to the fuel issue, but it's a small price to pay.
The only problem with the car is that it's not roomy in the back. A five-speed-manual transmission is standard, and a four-speed automatic is optional. It's a fairly practical car capable of taking five people and their luggage. Subaru also offers the Impreza-based Outback Sport, which is listed with the Outback series in the cars. The recall began March 8, 2017. A new roof vane spoiler, a revised hood scoop and daytime running lights are installed. For such a small car this thing can really handle it's own in the snow.
. Greatest Car Ever — i love my subaru wrx. Wagons gain cargo-area utility bars, and an air filtration system is installed in Imprezas with the non-turbo engine. As always, I was happy to slide into the comfy sports buckets and to use the meaty leather-wrapped wheel and smooth five-speed shifter. As you might expect, the brakes are sharper and more responsive than before, while offering more confidence-inspiring feel too. The gauges looked really good at night. Dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator, free of charge.