See How the Subaru Impreza Stacks Up to the Competition

Sculpted with lines and creases in all the ride places to lead your eye across its body, the Subaru Impreza is one gorgeous sedan and it's available here at Michael Hohl Subaru starting at $18,195. As capable as it is beautiful, this compact car offers the automaker's symmetrical all-wheel drive system as standard so, no matter which model grabs your attention, it'll be ready to take on any weather and road conditions without batting an eye.

Handling excellently, the vehicle also meets stringent emissions standards to be defined as a Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle, as well as managing to hit up to an EPA-estimated 37 miles per gallon on the highway. That's performance you can truly take to the bank! When you climb inside the Impreza's cabin, things just keep getting better. Available features leather-trimmed seating will keep you comfortable, a power moonroof lets the light in when the sun demands it, the EyeSight Driver Assist Technology has eyes out ahead to keep you safe, and SUBARU STARLINK in-vehicle technology keeps you entertained and connected all ride long.

So how does it stack up to the competition? Well, let's take a look at  two competing vehicles and see how the Impreza outpaces them at every turn.

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Subaru Impreza vs. Mazda Mazda3

Though stylish and speedy, the Mazda3 can't hold a candle to the handling and front seat roominess of the Impreza. Let's take a look.

  • The Impreza offers all-wheel drive standard on all trims; this is something you have to pay extra for in the Mazda3.

  • The Impreza also offers more head and leg room for front passengers than the Mazda3; over a full inch for both!
  • The Impreza's shorter wheelbase and slimmer width make it easier to maneuver through crowded city traffic and find the perfect parking space.

Subaru Impreza vs. Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla has popularity on its side, sure, but popularity doesn't mean superiority. The Impreza offers more in key areas that we think you'll find quite surprising.

  • Again, the all-wheel drive comes standard on the Impreza where it doesn't on the Corolla. No weather can stop the Impreza, no matter which trim level you decide on.

  • The Impreza also offers more power than the Corolla. Compare the former's 148 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque to the latter's 132 and 128 respectively.

  • The Impreza beats the Corolla in head, leg, and shoulder room in the front seats. Even during the longest drives, you'll be able to stretch out that much more.