In 2010, the Impreza lineup was a bit of an update in mid-cycle, with a new grille and redesigned suspension based on the 2.5i as our test mule. The package received Impreza Sport side skirts and reviewed the limited package leather seating surfaces, heated front seats with more support, Rally-Sport, iPod / USB integration, automatic climate control and alloy wheels of 17 inches.
Changes for 2011 include a power sunroof Value Package, which now includes a TomTom navigation. In addition, all models except the 2.5i our audio system with six speakers, an auxiliary jack, Bluetooth, iPod control, USB port capacity and XM radio.
So if your eyes is not likely that you can earn more, is the driving experience? Well, at first, our response would be “probably not.”suspension settings, although improved in 2010, is still quite soft.This allows much running “in a compact sedan that feels a little out of place. Normally we’re used to cars of this class provides a more solid ride quality and sports, a feeling which has undoubtedly helped sell a lot of Honda Civic and Mazda3 in recent years. As fans of this type of nimble and agile management, who were turned off by the softness of the Impreza at first.
Inside, the Impreza is no leg room and ample front and rear seats cloth ys the 2.5i base model “are comfortable and well proportioned to the best drivers in North America. Flywheel and clean design sporty proportions, combined with manual gearbox 5-speed gives the driver a little taste of the glorious tradition of the Impreza sport.
Its soft suspension settings will not be cup of tea of all and his style is not going to wow the judges of the next America’s Top Model, but for 2010 Impreza 2.5i offers an intriguing combination of all weather conditions and the ability all roads, along with a sportier driving experience than first thought.
The engine makes 170 horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder has a pair of strong and low in all systems, giving the Impreza plenty to jump the line and the characteristic flat-four boxer growl as the timpani, and rounding.
With a starting price of just $ 17,495, the Impreza has received less than it was years ago. Fuel consumption (20 mpg city, 27 mpg highway) is not as strong as the decline of many of its rivals and after 20/26-mpg old FWD 4-speed automatic. And while this factor is really the celebration of the new Impreza to be a main competitor, added grip capabilities and all kinds of weather the legendary Subaru AWD system will be more than offset the extra gas to buyers in four season climates. It is also worth noting that the interior of Subaru and quality construction make it a solid choice in the category of affordable all-wheel drive sedan.