I need two 2023 Subaru Imprezas? One of them is for my daughter, and the other one is for my regular daily driver. I get teased about this... why would I want to drive the cheapest model Subaru, in the most basic trim level when I have 1 or 2 other nicer cars I could be driving. From a standpoint of efficient, dependable, safe and innexpensive transportation- I can't think of a better choice. And there are many times, most in fact, where I am completely content with that. I don't need to worry about a check engine light costing $10,000 to shut off, or 11mpg of Premium gas, or the ability to park at Target without worry. I also get teased about how slow I drive- which is usually the speed limit unless I'm on the highway- then a bit over so I don't get run over. I don't really need to give law enforcement a reason to notice me, beyond one of those other cars I'm driving. With this car- I'm always under the radar.
Here's a plug for Subaru- I get asked a lot what kind/brand of car I think is best. That's a loaded question- with the 1st response being "Best for what"? However, if the answer is reliable and safe transportation, then it comes down to this: A car is made out of Metal, Electronics, Rubber, Plastic, and Glass. It is a machine. I think from a safety, reliability, and value standpoint- you can't buy a better machine than a Subaru.
- 152 HP
- 2.0l Flat Four
- Curb Weight 3,100 lbs
- Top Speed of 120MPH