2014 Subaru Impreza offers compact car fuel-efficiency with AWD benefits
Subaru is moving up in brand recognition in the U.S. market and has received an award for the 2014 Subaru Impreza. Subaru has captured two of the top ten spots on Consumer Reports “coveted” Best Bets list and one was the all-new 2014 Impreza. Impreza was picked by CR to be on the list from more than 260 vehicles tested. This week we’re testing a 2014 Impreza 2.0i Sport Limited ($23,195) and we’ll see if it’s a good choice for consumers.
Subaru is attacking the small-sedan market in a big way with the new 2014 Impreza, and their making a challenge to the new Honda Civic EX, Hyundai Elantra GLS and Mazda3 iTouring sedans. Subaru is a brand that is growing quickly, especially here in the U.S., as new millennial buyers are attracted to the brand for reasons that the new Impreza provides. It’s fun to drive and offers buyers a feeling of confidence with its Symmetrical all-wheel-drive.
What’s new for the 2014 model Impreza?
The 2014 Impreza carries over pretty much unchanged, but gets some new convenience and technology upgrades for 2014. Impreza gets a new rear vision camera that comes standard on Limited models. Aha smartphone integration is also included for 2014 with the optional navigation system for all 2.0i Premium, 2.0i Limited and 2.0i Sport Limited models.