Subaru Impreza is one of the practical hatch bought by performance lovers. It has got European looks. Its the motoring equivalent fo fighter jet. Don’t believe it, have a look at this advert.
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Subaru’s decision to make the latest Impreza a hatchback was mainly driven by its desire for its biggest selling model to enter the mainstream and compete more directly for sales with cars like the Ford Focus, Mazda 3 and Vauxhall Astra. The super-powerful Impreza is designed concentrating on the performance more than styling.
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Subaru has made a performance car for a generation with the Impreza giving it more of European looks. The Subaru Impreza has a design which resembles honed by mechanics rather than stylists. Its motors are like fighter jet which gives a hint that it is definitely aimed towards the male market.
The Impreza is a for performance lovers but seems like money has been spent only for its mechanical components. It might not be attractive for motorists looking for style. Impreza buyers should keep in mind its running cost since Subaru Impreza is is not a cheap car to drive. Price minded motorists might consider its rivals over the Impreza.
The Mitsubishi Evolution, on the other hand, looks fab. Peel away the bulges and all that carbon fibre flotsam and jetsam – all of which gives other road users an impression that for you driving may be a hobby– and the basic shape is very good. The is able to corner more swiftly. But at the limit, its Super All-Wheel Control system – which brakes individual wheels automatically to maintain grip – does feel as if it’s taking over some control of the car. That’s in contrast to the Impreza, where the electronics fail to detract from the driving experience.
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Subaru have worked hard to lift the Legacy to compete alongside rivals such as BMW 3-Series, Audi A4 and Lexus IS. Does it this Subaru car meet customer expectations? Is Subaru Legacy at par with Ford Mondeo Estate?
Driving the Legacy gives us that sense that it is one of the best comfortable Estate, rather bought as a family car. It is very attractive and has many impressive lines and curves. The interior looks of the car are quite decent. The controls are clearly marked and are easy to use.
The Subaru Legacy is a fun to drive estate. The four-wheel-drive system contributes towards incredible grip and the strong body control ensures balanced handling and fine composure. The ride is normally comfy, even with the larger alloy wheels. The steering is accurate and responsive. This makes the driving quite smooth and the car is easy to handle.
Subaru Legacy is a more practical with proper justice to the storage space utilisation. It has enough leg-room. The boot is large, well shaped and holds a family’s luggage easily, but it’s not as spacious as those of some estate rivals such as Ford Mondeo.
Another thing that would impress its buyers is its Reliability. Subaru has a huge reputation for reliability, which is why it sells well in rural areas. So this Legacy should prove robust and durable. The Legacy scored a good four out of five stars in the EuroNCAP crash tests, and there have been a raft of improvements since the current model’s introduction in 2003.
Overall, the Subaru Legacy is an attractive family estate giving its drivers a comfortable journey and strong performance. Had it been little cheaper it would have won many sales. Can Subaru make cheaper Estate is the next question.
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The Subaru Impreza has gone mainstream – it’s now a hatchback with a more ‘European look’ and added practicality. So has the lairy ‘Scooby’ gone soft? Subaru Impreza has a design which resembles honed by mechanics rather than stylists. Its motors are like fighter jet which gives a hint that it is definitely aimed towards the male market.
Subaru’s decision to make the latest Impreza a hatchback was mainly driven by its desire for its biggest selling model to enter the mainstream and compete more directly for sales with cars like the Ford Focus, Mazda 3 and Vauxhall Astra – AutoTrader.
The seats in the Subaru Impreza are comfortable and offer pretty good support in corners while the driving position is excellent. But there isn’t much to comment on its interiors. Some good points that adds to its practicality is – good interior space and five doors. Though the boot space is slightly down compared to Ford Focus.
The most interesting bit of this car is its ride and handling. This relaxing cruiser with soft handling and good grip rides well even over rough roads. The extra sticking power four-wheel drive of the Subaru Imperza offers makes up for any play in the suspension and makes it a relaxing ride.
On the road this equates to lots of grunt on the way out of corners and in higher gears. It also makes the car feel fast without appearing stretched, and suits the soft but secure handling. The car is more refined and its muted exhaust does not make any noise, if you had expected. The extra volume can be added with the addition of an exhaust from Subaru tuner’s Prodrive when one is released in the near future.
The Subaru Impreza proves the point that unshakeable reliability does not have to equate to motoring tedium – AutoExpress Driving the Subaru Impreza WRX gives you the sense more money has been spent on the mechanical components of the car than its styling or creature comforts. Full marks for its performance, but buyers should keep in mind its running cost since Impreza is is not a cheap car to run.
Article source – Autotraderblog
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