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2009 Subaru Impreza Sedan

The Impreza is certainly not the most well known vehicle in its segment; it has higher-than-average pricing and a lack of brand awareness regarding Subaru vehicles. But for the right kind of buyer, the Subaru Impreza can be an excellent choice among compact cars. The 2009 Subaru Impreza benefits from a distinctive powertrain, including its all-wheel drive and its unusual horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine, which emits a distinctive growl during acceleration. The major downside to the Impreza is its lower than average mileage.  For 2008 Subaru gave the Impreza a new interior, chassis, suspension, brakes and body around a largely unchanged engine and drivetrain.  The naturally-aspirated sedan represents one-fifth of the Impreza line-up. For 2009, the Impreza sedan gets brake assist and incline-start assist.  All trim levels for the sedan can be had with a manual or automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive is standard. The Subaru Impreza sedan has a starting MSRP of $17,495 - $27,495.

Power for the Impreza

The 2.5i model has a horizontally opposed 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. It's rated at 170 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque, and comes with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic.  Sedan Drive and Handling 

The Subaru Impreza provides levels of performance that aid to the overall driving experience. Thanks to all-wheel drive, there's plenty of traction, and the Impreza has no problems with adverse weather conditions. Road noise is elevated at highway speeds, but otherwise the Impreza makes for a comfortable driving companion. The sedan is now 4.5 inches longer than the previous generation Impreza.  The Impreza is available with 16- or 17-inch wheels, and comes standard dual tailpipes, body-colored door handles and mirrors, power mirrors (heated on 2.5GT), and a functional hood scoop on 2.5GT

Impreza Cabin 

Metallic inlays flank the center controls, and the center console houses an optional navigation system. All models come with a 60/40-split fold-down backseat. The sedan provides 94.4 cubic feet of passenger volume, and there's 11.3 cubic feet of cargo space in the sedan's trunk. The Impreza cargo and passenger room is right on par with competition. 

Impreza Lineup and Options 

The Impreza sedan is available in, the 2.5i, the 2.5i Premium, and the 2.5 GT. Standard equipment includes four-wheel anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, 16-inch steel wheels with covers, a rear spoiler, remote keyless entry system, a 60/40 split rear seatback and an 80 Watt, 4-speaker AM/FM/CD radio capable of MP3 and WMA format playback. There are just two option packages on the 2.5i: a Premium Package or a Satellite Radio and Navigation bundle, which also includes equipment in the Premium Package.

The Premium Package includes Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC), brake assist, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear disc brakes to replace drums, fog lights, body-color mirrors and door handles, a leather-wrapped shifter and steering wheel with integrated audio and cruise control switches and an 80 Watt, 10-speaker audio system with a six-disc in-dash changer with MP3/WMA capability with SRS Circle Surround Automotive enhancement. 

The Navigation bundle replaces the sound system in the Premium package with a 100 Watt, 10-speaker audio system with MP3/WMA capability integrated into the multifunction 7-inch touchscreen screen for navigation that also acts as a display for a trip computer, current and average fuel economy, driving range, ambient temperature, calculator and maintenance indicator. The head unit includes auxiliary inputs for portable multimedia devices and Sirius satellite radio.


The Subaru Impreza is a unique sedan, along with its other Subaru siblings, in that it comes standard with full time all wheel drive, making it a vehicle that is very capable in a variety of driving conditions.  The other benefits of the Impreza include its excellent handling, the available turbocharged power on the GT, and excellent automatic transmission performance.  The major downsides to the Impreza include an interior quality that lags behind the competition, poor gas mileage (due to AWD), and the high price of the 2.5 GT model.   

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