2016 Subaru Impreza Road Test - Consumer Reports
A comfortable ride, responsive handling, good visibility, simple controls, and a relatively spacious rear seat all combine to make the Impreza easy to live with. The hatchback's cargo versatility gives it an edge in practicality over the sedan version. Sport models come with snazzy wheels and a bit more equipment than more basic Imprezas.
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Subaru Impreza Road Test

A comfortable ride, responsive handling, good visibility, simple controls, and a relatively spacious rear seat all combine to make the Impreza easy to live with. The hatchback's cargo versatility gives it an edge in practicality over the sedan version. Sport models come with snazzy wheels and a bit more equipment than more basic Imprezas.

Fuel economy is impressive for an all-wheel drive car, but falls a bit short against other compact cars. Crash test results are excellent, including the difficult IIHS small overlap test. Subaru's comprehensive EyeSight suite of electronic safety features is optional on Limited models. Improvements for 2015 reduced interior noise and significantly upgraded infotainment and connectivity features.

Best Version to Get
The 2.0i Premium is the best combination of price and features. Beyond that, the Limited model adds leather and automatic climate control. Sport models are mostly distinguished by their distinctive 17-inch wheels and standard roof rack rails. A five-speed manual transmission is available. Note...
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