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A Look at the All-New 2012 Subaru Impreza

Last updated 6 years ago

The new 2012 Subaru Impreza replaces the third generation of Impreza vehicles and ushers in the fourth. There are a variety of improvements in the newest sedan/five-door hatchback to join the Subaru lineup, so let’s take a closer look at a specific few:

Improved Safety

The newest Imprezas on the dealership lot are safer than the previous models. With the addition of features like knee airbags and a stiffer roof that can withstand four times the Impreza’s own weight before buckling, the fourth-generation Impreza can keep you safe during a collision. Additionally, its four-wheel anti-lock brakes keep the car under control during emergency braking scenarios. The fourth-generation Impreza, due to its extensive safety features, is an excellent choice for an inexperienced driver or one with a growing family.

Increased Fuel Economy

With an all-new redesigned boxer engine, the new Impreza is more efficient than former generations. By laying the engine on its horizontal axis and pairing pistons together, the boxer engine’s stroke produces less vibration than conventional engines. Fewer vibrations means a more fuel-efficient power plant, and the fourth generation achieves an E.P.A.-estimated 27 mpg city and 36 mpg highway—a 30% boost from the previous model.

Refined Interior Features

Another great reason to get an Impreza this model year is its refined interior. With a new iPod/MP3 player-compatible sound system which has SiriusXM satellite radio and is fully Bluetooth-compatible, the Impreza keeps commutes entertaining and informative. If you’re in the market for a vehicle that is affordable and fun, then consider a 2012 Impreza.

When you want to upgrade your driving experience, call Falcone Automotive at (317) 263-0002 or visit our website for additional information. We have the best service and selection in the Indianapolis area, so stop by today!


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