2017 Subaru Impreza: Small AWD Sedans Are Rare

When you think about it, a compact AWD sedan is a great car to own, especially in a city where there’s winter for a significant portion of the year. You would think that pretty much every car company would offer one. But they don’t. In fact, this is one of the few – you can get an Audi A4 which is larger and costs much more. Mitsubishi is discontinuing the Lancer. There’s a handful of hatchbacks and a dearth of crossovers. But if you want an AWD sedan, you’re pretty much looking at it right here.
Available in both the Sport 2.0i version at 152hp (tested here), the turbocharged WRX version and the rally-inspired STi version, there’s an Impreza sedan (or hatch) for everyone. We love the design, although 2017 brings a little more complexity to the front and rear bumpers. The extra lines don’t really complement the sleek sedan, leaving a bit of a busy overall look. It’s still a great-looking car, but we liked the last version a little bit better. Nobody changes their design as often as Subaru does on the Impreza; there are subtle tweaks to the look almost every year. Overall, however, this is still one great-looking sedan…

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Special thanks to Subaru of America for providing the 2017 Subaru Impreza for review.