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When the Subaru Impreza first appeared in the U.S. market in 1993, it offered small car buyers the advantages of all-wheel drive, sporty styling and usable practicality. It was a combination few competitors could match, and helped make the offbeat Impreza a sales success.
The current Impreza's familiar 2-liter four-cylinder boxer engine is good for a modest 148 horsepower and a 9.4-second 0 to 60 mph time. These figures won't make the Impreza a star at the local racetrack, but its compact sedan and hatchback models compensate for performance deficits with impressive fuel economy and an array of standard and optional equipment.