Subaru Impreza 25i 4 door

Subaru Impreza 2.5i 4-door

I was immediately impressed with the overall interior room of this Impreza especially in the back seat. Although the rear seats are slightly shallow, there is a decent amount of foot room. Overall the fit and finish is average. It’s nice that Subaru doesn’t punish those budget-minded individuals that would most-likely purchase this base model and includes a manually-operated seat lever to raise the seat. The seat is positioned fairly low so it’s a key feature for those of us that are vertically challenged. Despite the relative roominess in the back, the driver’s footwell seems small Until I made adjustments to accommodate the tight space, I repeatedly clipped the brake pedal while working the clutch.


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2016 Subaru Impreza

MSRP $23,095 2.0i Limited w/PZEV Wagon


25 City / 34 Hwy

Safety (IIHS):

Best Pick

Horse Power:

148 @ 6200