2012 Subaru Impreza
There are 4 user reviews for the 2.0i Limited 4-Door trim shown below
- Inexpensive AWD and good feul economy
- Road noise and bumpy
Purchased As New
Takes me 6 weeks to get my order in for a bare bone 4-doors limited. I think the wait was worthwhile. This AWD cost me $20k. Others AWD I have considered are at least $5k more; it usually have things such as NAVI system I don't need (a 5" screen TomTom at $100 is a cheaper alternative for me). There are not a lot of choices for exterior and interior colors. However, for mind the exterior is dark gray with black leather interior looks very nice. This 2.0-L engine is peppy enough to get on the highway. I think that is because the car weight is just 3k pounds. Together with CVT, the fuel economy is much better than last year 2011 model. I get 25 MPG for heavy stop and go city driving and 36 MPG for straightly highway, a combine 29 MPG. Half a second delay by CVT to engage forward and backup from cold start, a little whining niose by CVT and a bit slow going downhill by CVT...these CVT issues do not bother me. These are things that I can get used to save at the pump. However, couple of things this Subaru can improve are road noise (more insulation) and going through bumps (better suspension).
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