The Impreza impresses us most with its roominess, user-friendliness, and ride comfort that puts some luxury cars to shame. Practicality, safety and comfort all come to play with the new Impreza. The cabin is roomy, the car's solid structure delivers optimal ride and handling, and Subaru's EyeSight suite of advanced safety features is widely available—but we think it should be standard on all trims.
Subaru Impreza Road Test

The Impreza impresses us most with its roominess, user-friendliness, and ride comfort that puts some luxury cars to shame.

Practicality, safety and comfort all come to play with the new Impreza. The cabin is roomy, the car's solid structure delivers optimal ride and handling, and Subaru's EyeSight suite of advanced safety features is widely available—but we think it should be standard on all trims.

The interior has a hint of styling flair that shows Subaru is giving consumers more than just a utilitarian, reliable, and fuel-efficient car. Take a look inside up-level models such as the Sport and Limited and you'll see what we mean.

Best Version to Get
Most buyers will step up to the mid-grade Premium version, which adds alloy wheels, heated front seats, and  the EyeSight safety system. Opting for the upscale Sport gets you 18-inch wheels, a bigger touch screen, and nicer interior trim. We'd also add the blind spot warning system.
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