Reynella Subaru is proud to offer the 2018 Subaru Impreza in eight different options, with a matching four grade lineup for both the hatchback and sedan versions.
The range starts with the 2.0i in hatchback and sedan forms, which both come with 17-inch alloy wheels, a cloth trim and Subaru's new infotainment system that includes support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The 2.0i-L ramps things up with a larger eight-inch touchscreen, leather-trimmed steering wheel and gearshift, front fog lights with daytime running lights and Subaru's award-winning EyeSight active safety system, which includes Autonomous Emergency Braking, Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning.
The 2.0i Premium version brings goodies such as an electric sunroof and satellite navigation to the table, while the top of the line 2.0i-S includes all the premium features as well as active torque vectoring, automatic lights and wipers, heated front seat, steering responsive LED headlights and 18-inch alloys in both the hatchback and sedan versions.
Subaru's New Global Platform Provides a Better Ride
All of the trims are built on the company's new Subaru Global Platform, which promises improved suspension, responsiveness, and comfort, and are powered by Subaru's 115kW/196Nm direct injection Horizontally-opposed Boxer 4-cylinder, petrol engine, Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) and legendary Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system.
The Subaru Impreza Beats Other Cars in Its Class
When compared to competitors in its price range, such as the Mazda3 and Hyundai i30, the Subaru Impreza stands out due to its unique All-Wheel Drive system and the highly-lauded EyeSight safety system.
Its Safer Than Other Cars Its Class Too
EyeSight works with a two-camera system that detects potential collisions and pedestrians to warn the driver with features like forward collision mitigation if it detects your vehicle is about to collide with a car in front of you. Another practical feature that make the Subaru Impreza ideal for both city and freeway trips is Adaptive Cruise Control, which modifies your speed in cruise control to take into account traffic congestion or slower vehicles. Subaru's commitment to safety is clear, with all models achieving a five-star safety rating, while the company's Vision Assist system, separate from EyeSight, includes features such as Blind Spot Monitoring, Reverse Automatic Braking and Lane Change Assist.
Subaru Can Take You Almost Anywhere
Meanwhile, Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, a foundation of their vehicle fleet, offers additional safety components by providing unmatched traction in rain, snow, wet grass, mud and rough roads. It's this system that has made Subaru vehicles renowned for their ability to stick to the road and conquer corners unlike any vehicle in its class. It's an ideal vehicle for tackling Australia's busy city streets or windy roads, and it can still hold its weight when driven in the bush.