Months in Fleet: 13 monthsCurrent Mileage: 41,099 milesAverage Fuel Economy: 28 mpg Average Range: 406 miles Service: $812Normal Wear: $0Repair: $0 Damage and Destruction:$5747
Rally weekend fun for everyone, As for the race itself, No. 1 overall was earned by Oliver Solberg and Aaron Johnston in their 2018 Subaru Impreza WRX STi with a final time of 1:43:43.9. The regional winners were Zachary Whitebread. – News from www.mininggazette.com –
If John Deere were to make cars, we’re confident they’d be as trustworthy and straightforward as our long-term 2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i hatchback was during its year in our care. We’re not saying that driving the Impreza was akin to plowing the back forty—far from it—but the deliberate nature of its handling and performance and the directness with which road, wind, and engine noise were transmitted into the cabin took us back to a simpler time.
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The Impreza may be Subaru’s smallest car, but it’s surprisingly commodious, the space all the more accessible in our as-tested hatchback body style. (It’s for this reason we chose it for long-term evaluation rather than the sedan.) One driver took a double bass, a bass amplifier, a fiddle, microphone stands, two overhead-bin-size roll-ons, and assorted boots and hats to Nashville and back. Clearly, the ease of loading stuff via the hatch was a big plus. The reasonably spacious back seat was appreciated as well, a pleasant surprise in Subaru’s least-expensive offering, whether it was used to ferry folk to folk concerts or folded down to do an impromptu impersonation of a cavernous crossover. Complete review on www.caranddriver.com, by RON SESSIONS
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