Three major trim levels are available on the 2013 Subaru Impreza: 2. Safety Every 2013 Subaru Impreza comes standard with stability and traction control, antilock disc brakes, front seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, a driver knee airbag and whiplash-reducing front head restraints. The Impreza lineup could be called bi-polar. Use Subaru coolant only, do not mix with other types or it will reduce protection 9: Auto Transmission filter is maintenance free- replace only when damaged or the fluid has leaked 3. That's why we encourage you to use only the tools below that are most valuable to you.
Leather interior is nice, visibility, controls are all great. Then after turning the car off it would start only for a second then turn itself off. Subsequent oil changes at least every 7500 miles or 7. The All-Weather package adds heated mirrors, a windshield wiper de-icer and heated front seats. Bluetooth now comes standard on all models, along with iPod connectivity and steering-wheel-mounted audio controls.
The car was constantly in the shop for 3 years. Driving It Subaru's calling card has long been the sophisticated all-wheel-drive system that is standard in almost all its cars. I wouldn't recommend the car or brand to people I hate. Government crash tests yield four stars out of a possible five for overall protection, with four stars for total frontal crash protection and four stars for total side-impact protection. The Impreza's big draw remains its standard all-wheel drive, which has kept the in good graces with drivers living among a full range of wet and slippery seasons. At 148 horsepower, the engine is adequate to get the car up to speed, but not in a great hurry.
The Alloy Wheel package adds 17-inch wheels and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter. The latest car is more well-rounded, however, and the 2013 Subaru Impreza further capitalizes on its newfound acceptance with a few improvements. Others will find it clean, time-tested and high-quality, as the dash and door sills have soft-touch trim and panel gaps are tight. If all-wheel drive isn't a priority, other small sedans or hatchbacks may hold more appeal. The optional navigation system package now also includes a rearview camera. Always contact your local service center.
The car eats about a quart of oil every 5K. First we had an immediate leak in one of our tires. Final on road costs may vary according to individual circumstances and actual driveaway price may vary between Retailers. Introduction Until its redesign a year ago, the Subaru Impreza offered little more than alternative appeal. In Edmunds brake testing, an Impreza 2. The 5-door hatchback versions are graced with a gently sloping roof and available cargo racks.
Powertrains and Performance The 2013 Subaru Impreza 2. Audio quality is subpar and the available touchscreen infotainment interface, while an improvement over the base system, offers only small, finicky touchscreen icons and locks out some basic audio functions while driving. Now at 56,000 miles the driver's seat is literally splitting because the material is so cheap. The four-cylinder returns excellent fuel economy for a car with all-wheel drive, but acceleration suffers; this is one of the slower cars in its class. We took it back and forth for a month of them claiming to have fixed it only to have the low tire pressure light come back on. Extremely reliable transportation with excellent safety features. After one trip home of about 40 miles on the freeway I got about 23mpg on the freeway instead of the 34 it normally got.
Subaru Certified Pre-Owned vehicles also qualify for special low financing through Subaru. When your standard scheduled service is booked at least 14 days in advance and subject to service hire vehicle availability. Even when the transmission is good its still a terrible item. My car is stable as a rock on a very tight turn at 110 mph. Im done with subaru's for now.
What signs indicate that they're wearing out? Vary your speeds over the full range of city and highway driving Don't use cruise control much, if at all. Your Subaru Service Advisor will explain what will be performed during each scheduled service and why, but rest assured that each of these standard scheduled services are covered by the Service Plan. Avoid hard starts and stops. Ask your Retailer for confirmation of their driveaway price. The only thing I got from Subaru was an extended warranty and I can not extend that to a dealership. Replace only under severe driving or towing conditions.