The 2016 Subaru Impreza is the sedan for anyone watching their budget. It is the most affordable Subaru, and this AWD car also earns up to 28 mpg city and 37 mpg highway. The 12 cu.ft. trunk is easily expanded with split 60/40 rear seats. Many shoppers are surprised to learn that the Starlink system is standard on the Impreza. This includes an audio touchscreen, HD radio, Bluetooth audio, USB ports, and a rear view camera. Many rivals cannot offer as many features at this price point.
The 2016 Subaru Legacy received an update that has improved its quality, its drivability, and its fuel economy. Adding value, every Legacy features the Starlink system. Favorite amenities include front power chairs and heated rear seats. The cabin offers nearly 105 cu.ft. of passenger space, which gives families more space to stretch out. The spacious 15 cu.ft.-trunk can be expanded with the folding rear seat. Defying the notion that all-wheel drive cars can’t enjoy good fuel economy, the Legacy holds its own, earning up to 36 mpg highway. Subaru’s Eyesight crash avoidance system and a blind spot monitor are popular options. When you test drive at Patrick Subaru, you can check out these high-tech safety features.
With standard all-wheel drive, the 2016 Subaru Legacy and the 2016 Subaru Impreza are better able to withstand the hazards of Massachusetts winter weather than their front-wheel rivals. This capability appeals to regular commuters and busy families. Subaru’s asymmetrical AWD can respond to traction challenges by engaging each wheel independently. Oversteer, understeer, and other dangers are reduced because the sensors direct power to the wheel or wheels with grip. Adding to their winter appeal, the Legacy and Impreza offer an affordable trim package with a wiper de-icer, heated side mirrors, and heated front seats.
All Subarus tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this year have received a five-star rating, including the Legacy and the Impreza. These sedans have also earned Top Safety Pick Plus from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.