What's New in the 2019 Subaru Impreza?

Kelley Blue Book calls the sedan and hatchback duo an "unbeatable combination" of safety, capability, reliability, and long-term value. The car's standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, a KBB favorite, is "a must," the expert adds, for anyone heading down bad roads through worse weather. But what else makes the new Subaru Impreza a standout among new Subaru cars and SUVs for drivers here in Albuquerque?

For one, EyeSight® driver-assistance technology, another favorite of the dot-com car research expert and one it calls "one of the best around." It's a suite of safety features that can put a safe distance between you and other drivers, help you stay in lane and on course, and assist you in remaining clear of a potential accident in advance. For the new model year, it's newly available on every trim. In 2019 Impreza Limited, it's standard, as are reverse automatic braking and high-beam assist.

Of course, adds the reviewer, the new Impreza is also comfortably roomy, with "excellent legroom both front and rear," owing, we can add, to a spacious 96.8-to-100.9-cubic-foot cabin, depending on your choice of trim. Bring a selection of cloth or leather upholstery into the equation, which comes available heated up front, and you'll see what we mean. The car even gets great fuel economy, too -- according to EPA estimates, up to 28 mpg in the city and 38 mpg across highways with a CVT. This isn't to mention that it's leading-edge on entertainment and connectivity tech, too, home to a selection of four STARLINK&#trade; multimedia infotainment systems with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Step into the driver's seat here at Garcia Subaru North, and you can see for yourself what all the talk's about. Give us a ring or stop by and visit our 6401 San Mateo Boulevard Northeast showroom today -- we'll be happy to schedule you some time behind the wheel!

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