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2020 Subaru Impreza Review

Subaru tweaked up its Impreza entry level models for 2020 with slight trim changes and more new features to keep it running like new. The trim changes include darker taillights, a revised lower grille, and cool new designs for the Sport trim.

We understand that this is a cheap, small car, but the Sport trim is more on the high trim level side, and headlight styling looks a bit old, while the Impreza Premium's headlight design is bold looking. The interior hasn't changed much, but the new door mirror and driver's seat position memory functions add more smart tech to the Impreza. Many of its features are standard, which makes it easier to end up with a model that has helpful features all over. Also, the car is known for good fuel economy, and being the only compact car that comes with all-wheel drive.

The Subaru Impreza sedan is for those who want more room and sporty looks in their Impreza, since the sedan version measures 182", being six inches bigger than the 176" Impreza 5-door. The 5-door version looks bigger, but is not, and is for those who want to have more height and mellow style. Also, the Subaru Impreza WRX is a fast sport sedan that is for those who want speed and more attention when driving it around, while the Crosstrek, being a higher, sportier version of the Impreza 5-door, is for those who want an adventurous personality in their car. Here are the key features of the Impreza.

Sedan

- Price: $18,695

- Engine: 2.0 liter 4-cylinder

- Horsepower: 152

- Mpg: 27 (city) 35 (highway)

- Seating: 5

Hatchback

- Price: $19,195

- Engine: 2.0 liter 4-cylinder

- Horsepower: 152

- Mpg: 27 (city) 35 (highway)

- Seating: 5


The new Subaru Impreza is a good choice for someone who wants a budget vehicle with no huge compromises, and various trim levels to choose from. (even WRX STI!) In conclusion, the Impreza has been great at keeping its value, making it one of the best vehicles in its class.


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