This year's Impreza WRX is fairly affordable, although you could probably find more features at a better price. None of these vehicles come with the Subaru name attached, however.
The 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 4-Door Powerful has a brand new design, which includes a sparkly new nose job, sleek and defined wheel arches, and sharp character designs improvements. Overall, the WRX Premium is reinvigorated and prepared for a new year.
The WRX has decent fuel economy. It comes in at around 25 mpg on the highway due to its sporty nature.
The cabin appears practical and polished. Its materials are predominantly soft, dark plastics within an airy cabin.
Improved visibility is obtained through the 2012 Impreza 4-Door redesigned windows. This leads to improved visibility for the driver and greater awareness as well.
A new engine incurs less displacement, and the oil filter is simpler to locate.
A revised suspension creates a much smoother drive, even in harsh environments and during times of intense weather.
Everyday driving is not interrupted by the WRX's traction control, which cooperates well with the driver.
The 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 4-Door has excellent safety features and crash-test safety ratings.
The 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 4-Door includes several standard and optional stereo features, but none are overly impressive. Drivers can easily find better options from other brands (for less money, too)
Although the 2012 WRX's first and second gear shift easily. The third gear is just passable, and the 4th and 5th don't operate well at all.
The WRX Premium's interior has been considered "too dark" in some reviews, but with a roomy cabin, the setup seems practical and appealing to us. In short, opinions about the vehicle's interior can be both positive and negative.