For the Japanese brand, the Subaru Impreza is a huge step forward as it is built on an entirely new platform, boasts of newer interior design, and designed to be a practical and comfortable Impreza that preceded it. Does the Impreza impress? Right off the bat, the exterior styling does. The car has a small yet aggressive grill with one chrome stripe on it followed by rectangular and angular shaped lights that are modern with the fog lights on the bottom with chrome accents. It comes with curves and sharp edges and finished with angular rear design. The boot is 345 liters with a wide opening making it practical.
Enter the rear seats and the car is spacious in the back with head room and knee room being available for taller people and door bins big for bottles and arm rests with cup holders are all nice touches. The cabin is impressive with a large infotainment screen that dominates the dashboard and all models come with a rear view camera in that display. There is a secondary screen on the dash that is very informative showing you even the active cruise control system and tell you when it senses a crash and monitors your alert.
In the top spec, you get blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert making it an excellent safety feature. There are no parking sensors on any model but you get rear camera on all the models while parking. The car sits lower and handles better and is supple in the bumps with comfort in the priority. With a 2.0L four cylinder petrol that puts 154hp and 196Nm it is a practical car on the city and great for the family.
|Engine||I4 1.6L AWD|
|No. Of Gears||CVT|
|Front Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Tire Size||P205/55R16 , P205/55R16|
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