The 2017 Subaru Impreza Well Designed Compact Sports Car

Jan 23, 2017 10:05 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

The Japanese automobile manufacturing division of the transportation conglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries, Subaru, has been one of the trusted and reliable names when it comes to cars. They are known for their box engine layout in most of their vehicles above 1500.

Subaru has learned that if an automaker wants to grow or wants to keep growing, one should exert an effort in taking steps forward in making a great driving experience, comfortable interior space, and entertaining and informative capabilities. One should pay a 100% attention to the whole car.

With the company's own mark of capabilities in all-wheel drive and a big value of propositions, the company's achievements from SUV of the year in 2009, 2010 with the Outback, and to 2014 with the forester is not that surprising at all. As for their compact car, Impreza was introduced as the replacement for the conglomerate's Leone model.

Recently, the company has introduced their 2017 Impreza model that was first produced within the global architecture platform of the conglomerate that will be also used in all of the car models in the future. Impreza may also become as one of the most coveted compact cars.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza is a 5-door vehicle that doesn't show aggressiveness but in a trim of sports. It comes with LED daytime lamps, colored body side skirts, front grille in black-finnish, turning signal mirrors, and a glossy trim in black on its rear gate.

Inside of the car's system, is a new improved FB 2.0 liter four cylinder box engine that is now capable of straight fuel infusion and other enhancements that were not discussed by the company. As for the engine, it is now able to produce 152 horsepower which is an improvement compared to model last year.

Though the conglomerate didn't tackle about the transmission used on its base model, its high-level trims have garnered a Lineartronic CVT transmission that offers a seven-speed mode (manual simulated gears) that controlled with the steering wheel's paddle levers. The company also added that they now have an enhanced performance and drivability.


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