Overview & Reviews
For 2015, the Subaru Impreza gets a rearview camera, cruise control and a 6.2-inch touchscreen interface with upgraded infotainment features as standard equipment. An advanced safety package (including adaptive cruise control, automatic pre-collision braking and lane departure warning) is newly optional on Limited and Sport Limited. The CVT is now standard on Premium, and all Imprezas receive revised front styling and extra sound-deadening measures.
- Standard all-wheel drive
- Spacious interior
- Compliant ride quality.
- Secure handling
- Lackluster acceleration
- Tiresome engine noise, especially with the CVT
- Substandard sound systems.
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Best All Wheel Drive compact car - 2015 Subaru Impreza
By Raghavan Mani - March 2 - 12:06 am
I have been a big fan of Mazda 3 and for the sake of All Wheel Drive due to heavy snow in North east, I changed to Subaru Impreza Manual transmission. Very happy that I bought this. No regrets for leaving Mazda 3 (except of road noise which is more in subaru, but the driving stability of Subaru Impreza is incomparable). I used to be very scared of snow driving and now I enjoy driving when its snowing. Subaru Impreza is the best All Wheel drive system and the car is absolutely stable and has the best traction. I can change lanes in highways when snowing without a bit of shaking even when there is slurry. I enjoy the worst snow by driving. Unbelievable.