About Subaru Impreza
The Subaru Impreza is a small car produced by Japanese automaker Subaru since 1992. It is currently in its fifth generation. Since 1992, Subaru has offered both 4- and 5-door body styles. Between 1995 and 2001, the company also offered a coupe version. Since the Impreza was launched as a hatchback, the five-door version has been available. Subaru offers the Impreza with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive in two variants. In some markets, sales have been limited to four-wheel drive since the late 1990s, making the Subaru Impreza unique in the small global car segment. Front-wheel drive was usually an option. Japanese models were still offered in both variants. The car used a shortened version of the floor platform. Subaru's new compact model was to be called the Loyale. The two-door coupe was introduced in late 1995.
Subaru decided to continue with its proven Subaru Impreza boxer engine. The adaptation of the engine and gearbox allows body roll to be reduced to a minimum. Its center of gravity is lower than that of most internal combustion engines. The boxer design reduces vibrations well, thanks to the balanced action of the engine. The piston in the opposed cylinder block greatly balances the movement of each piston. It eliminates the need to balance crankshaft rotation. Torque control in this transmission is also limited due to the equal length and weight of the front driveshafts. The coupe body of the first generation was not introduced in the new series. An off-road styling package with contrasting bumpers was also introduced. This variant is offered as a separate model series. It is only available in North America. Like the first-generation WRX and WRX STI, the turbocharged models were available with a wide range of equipment. The STI models were more performance-oriented. Subaru released annual updates for the STI.
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Subaru introduced the third-generation Subaru Impreza at the New York Auto Show on April 2, 2007. Both the standard turbocharged Subaru Impreza and the turbocharged WRX version were on display. The third-generation WRX STI was introduced as a performance model in October 2007. The new Subaru Impreza was originally offered as a five-door hatchback. A four-door sedan was introduced in 2008. In this generation, production of the station wagon was discontinued and replaced by a new five-door hatchback. The hatchback and sedan versions are the GR and GV. The third generation is slightly longer, wider. It has a longer wheelbase. Two Subaru traditions disappear with the new model. There is no longer a position light switch at the top of the steering column. For the first time, window tint was added to improve noise, vibration, and buffering. Subaru did its best to keep the weight of the new chassis in check. Despite its larger size, increased rigidity, and better safety features, the car's weight remains the same as the previous generation.
The front wheel is equipped with a MacPherson suspension. A new double-bearing axle is used on the rear axle. The new model is nearly the same size as the previous series. But it is lighter, cheaper, and better packaged. The 2012 Subaru Impreza has a longer wheelbase, allowing more room for passengers inside. The head and legroom in the rear of the Subaru Impreza hatchback are impressive. The Impreza has room for two adults in the back seat. High-quality materials have been used inside. The wider exterior dimensions prescribed by Japanese authorities make the Subaru Impreza a premium product in Japan. The third-generation WRX high-performance models will remain until new versions arrive in early 2014. In 2014, Subaru decided to discontinue production of the WRX and WRX STI models under the Impreza name.