2019 Subaru Impreza

 
Overview 
The economical 2019 Impreza delivers a lot of car for the money, including all-wheel drive, outstanding standard safety features, and top ratings for safety from both NHTSA and IIHS when it's equipped with the EyeSight safety technology. Both the sedan and hatchback (an option for an additional $500) styles are powered by a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine that achieves up to 38 miles per gallon with the continuously variable transmission. The CVT comes standard on the Premium trims; the 2.0i and Sport trims come with a 5-speed manual with an option for the CVT. The Impreza earned some impressive distinctions for the 2018 model year that it will likely repeat for 2019. Kelley Blue Book determined the Impreza to top the list for the Best Resale Value in its class while also boasting the largest passenger volume in its class. 

Safety 
The Impreza joins its Subaru siblings on the list of safest vehicles, most notably when it's equipped with the available (standard on the Limited trims) EyeSight active safety suite - adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, lane departure alert with sway warning, and automatic pre-collision braking. The Premium and Sport trims can also be equipped with a blind-spot monitor with lane-change assist and rear cross-traffic alert. All trims get a rear-vision camera, daytime running lights, brake assist, and vehicle dynamics control. Passive safety equipment found on Impreza trims other than the base sedan and five-door include the STARLINK Safety & Security system, which activates critical rescue features - such as calling first responders - when an airbag is deployed. 

Technology 
The Impreza has a good amount of standard technology features, starting with the Subaru STARLINK touchscreen multimedia system. It becomes the control center for information, communication, apps, and music and is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A navigation system can be added to STARLINK on the Premium trims, and those trims also get an extra pair of USB ports. There are steering wheel-mounted controls for audio, Bluetooth, and cruise. 

Passenger Comfort/Cargo 
Space Subarus are popular in snowy climates for very good reason, from their standard AWD to their comfort amenities, such as the heated front seats that come within the All-Weather Package on all but the base-level trim. This package also includes heated side mirrors and windshield wiper de-icers. The class-leading passenger volume (nearly 101 cubic feet) ensures that all occupants have ample legroom and shoulder space. Without backseat passengers, the cargo volume reaches 55 cubic feet with the seatbacks folded forward.  

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