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Subaru Impreza Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Subaru Impreza. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Subaru Impreza.

OverviewSubaru Impreza

On snowy and icy roads, vehicles with traction-enhancing all-wheel drive are invaluable. But what if you don't want to get an SUV? Check out the Subaru Impreza. Not only is it the least expensive all-wheel-drive vehicle on the market, but it's also the only compact sedan to offer AWD  and it's standard. Discover the ins and outs on used Subaru Imprezas, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Interior Space Abounds

The interior of the Subaru Impreza is spacious and well-designed for both front and backseat passengers. In fact, the Impreza is amongst the roomiest vehicles in its segment (for both head and legroom), making it an ideal travel companion particularly for small families.

Terrific Ride Quality

A lasting impression with the Impreza is the smooth and comfortable ride that this vehicle provides. Its well-tuned suspension performs well buffering occupants from bumps and ruts in the road, while the steering is steady and composed going around turns. It's clear that when it comes to ride quality, the Impreza proves itself to be quality driving machine.

Standard All-Wheel Drive

As a brand, Subaru has always stood out as a manufacturer who has made all-wheel drive vehicles its signature product. The Impreza is no different than many of its relatives in the Subaru family, as its all-wheel drive capabilities are virtually unrivaled in the small sedan or hatchback segment.



Compared to competitors such as the Ford Focus or Mazda 3, the Subaru Impreza is a bit of a straggler in the acceleration department. Highway passing maneuvers need to be planned out a bit further in advance, which is reinforced by the Impreza's lackluster splits in Edmunds performance testing. In this testing, the Impreza went from 0 to 60 in 9.7 seconds, which is one of the slower times for this class.

Sound And Infotainment Systems

Another notable drawback to the Impreza is it's outdated sound and infotainment system. Even by relatively modest standards for the segment, the Impreza delivers disappointing sound quality for its passengers.


In general, the satisfaction that comes from the CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) is a matter of opinion. However, on the Impreza, the CVT has been cited for responding too abruptly to heavy throttling, which in turn amplifies the noise the engine emanates.

Subaru Impreza Reviews

4.9 OUT OF 5 (36 Reviews)