Have you ever heard how important it is to make a good impression? Maybe someone gave you this advice when you were preparing for a job interview or a first date, but the same idea applies to releasing a new vehicle, and Subaru did just that when it introduced the Impreza to a world of eager drivers.
But just because first impressions are crucial, that doesn’t mean that second, third or fourth impressions and so on are unimportant. In fact, when it comes to something like the redesigned 2012 Subaru Impreza, we at http://fieldscdjrblog.com/college-essay-editing-services/ think that if you don’t give it another look, you’ll actually be missing out!
To begin with, this year’s model is bigger and achieves a better gas mileage than ever before. With this model, drivers can reach 28 to 30 miles per gallon in combined city/highway driving, showing a 5- to 10-mile-per-gallon improvement over 2011. Boasting numbers like these, Subaru claims the country’s “most fuel-efficient gasoline engine, all-wheel-drive passenger car.”
Contributing to these numbers are a smaller engine (a 2-liter, four-cylinder capable of 148 horsepower), less body weight (by about 150 pounds) and improved transmissions (including new gear ratios for the five-speed manual and continuously variable-ratio automatic transmission).
Beyond the numbers, this car continues to impress. Comfort is standard and interior controls are driver-friendly, allowing drivers to enjoy the car’s easy handling without distraction. So, if you’re looking for a reliable vehicle that is sure to impress passengers and you as the driver every time you turn the ignition, visit your local Ft. Myers Subaru dealership for a test drive and see what kind of impression you walk away with.