Subaru Impreza in Coventry, Leicester & Tredington
The Subaru Impreza is a safe and well-equipped family car with Subaru’s permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive system equipped as standard, for outstanding year-round performance. The Impreza’s 1.6i Boxer engine is punchy and efficient, returning up to 46.3mpg combined, and you won’t be left wanting for technology because all models get Subaru’s voice recognition system (Command speech and One shot), a STARLINK infotainment system, Bluetooth, a Rear Vision Camera and heated front seats. You’ll love the Impreza’s soft ride and responsive handling, not to mention the capacious cabin, which has room for a family of five and a usefully sized 380-litre boot.
A stylish family hatchback, the Subaru Impreza has kerb appeal in abundance with a handsome front-end and slender silhouette. A raised ground clearance is necessary for the AWD system, and it gives the Impreza a purposeful stance on the road.
The Impreza offers an engaging and assured drive. The clever Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive system guarantees grip whatever the weather, and the Impreza’s 1.6i Boxer engine delivers strong performance around the city and beyond. All models also come with cruise control.
The Subaru Impreza is all about those everyday journeys you take. The five-door layout makes access to the cabin a breeze, and the boot is enormous. ISOFIX child seat mounting points can be found on both the rear outermost seats too.
Living with it
With Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive system, you can have confidence in your Impreza to get you wherever you need to go. The 1.6i Boxer engine will return up to 46.3mpg combined, and as standard, the Subaru Impreza gets a high specification.
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Being four-wheel drive, the Impreza inspires confidence in wet or cold conditions, with an abundance of grip. Telegraph
All-weather grip, comfortable ride, decent standard kit list. Auto Express
The Impreza is roomy, comfortable, and easy to get in and out of. The front door opening is enormous, and the rear door opening fairly large, too. Autoblog