New 2017 Subaru Impreza Comparison


The 2017 Subaru Impreza Stands Strong Against Its Competitors


Subaru essentially remade its mainstay model for 2017: presenting the all-new 2017 Subaru Impreza with a more defined look, resilient architecture and efficient powertrain. The 2017 Subaru Impreza surrenders nothing in the way of an exceptional driving experience--meaning in addition to following its brand's commitment to safety-assured, AWD standardization, the latest Subaru Impreza opens to a playful arena to which you, your passengers and cargo find comfort.


The 2017 Subaru Impreza is a well-executed four- or five-door compact commuter, though suffice-to-say, it's not the only ride on the market with a thoughtfully articulated design. In its segment, the 2017 Subaru Impreza comes face-to-face with two industry favorites: the 2017 Honda Civic and 2017 Toyota Corolla. Each of the three models marry practicality with style--which makes deciding between the three a chore.


In an effort to make your life easier and illustrate why the Subaru Impreza may be the better solution, we at Jk Subaru have prepared a fair vehicle assessment of each vehicle. Placing each side-by-side, you can explore the various advantages of making the 2017 Subaru Impreza yours, and once we've convinced you to give it a try, all you have to do is join us here at our central Nederland location to make any of our new 2017 Subaru Impreza yours.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza vs the 2017 Honda Civic

  • Wallet-friendly: For budget-conscious drivers, the Subaru Impreza stands as the better value with its lesser starting price.
  • All-weather confident: Nederland weather has its ups and downs and fortunately you are always prepared with the Subaru Impreza's standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The Honda Civic doesn't even provide an AWD option.
  • Spacious: With a passenger volume of 99.8 cubic feet, the Subaru Impreza opens to a much more  cavernous cabin.
  • Sharp handling: Master tight parking spots and corners with the Subaru Impreza's smaller turning circles.
  • Creative cargo solutions: The Subaru Impreza makes roof rails standard on most of its trims. Unlike the roof-rail lacking Honda Civic, the Subaru Impreza makes it easier to take advantage of roof cargo systems.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza vs the 2017 Toyota Corolla

  • Money-conscious: Get more for less in the Subaru Impreza--courtesy of its lesser starting price compared to the Toyota Corolla.
  • Adventure-ready: You can head off-road and stand tall against Mother Nature's wrath on the base trim of the Subaru Impreza--all thanks to its standard AWD. Not only does it not come standard but the Toyota Corolla doesn't even come with the AWD option.
  • Customizable: Flip-flopping between a sedan and hatchback? The Subaru Impreza comes in both body styles. The Toyota Corolla is only available as a sedan.
  • Fuel efficient: While the Toyota Corolla and Subaru Impreza see eye-to-eye when it comes to city highway mpg (each reach an estimated 28 mpg), the Subaru Impreza does offer a better highway mpg at 38 mpg.
  • Unique cargo accessories: Every Subaru Impreza comes with roof racking capabilities, and many of its trims make roof rails standard. Those looking to lug skiis or kayaks might be more inclined to pursue the Subaru Impreza versus the roof-rail lacking Toyota Corolla.


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