TransmissionCVT-Speed Continuously Variable Ratio
Body StyleStation Wagon
2013 Subaru Impreza 2.0i Premium H4 AWD CVT Satin White PearlThis Vehicle has the following FEATURES and OPTIONS: .Awards:* 2013 IIHS Top Safety PickDue to the Extreme Market Conditions, Please Call to Check on the Availability of this Vehicle. We will Pay Top Dollar for your Vehicle! All Pre-owned prices include a dealer finance incentive.Reviews:* The Impreza is a good choice for those seeking practicality, reliability, good fuel economy and the all-weather traction benefits of all-wheel drive. Those seeking a bargain performance car can find it in the WRX or the even more potent but pricier WRX STI. Source: KBB.com
The 2013 Subaru Impreza remains available in base 2.0i, Premium, Limited, Sport Premium and Sport Limited trims as a 5-door hatchback, or in base 2.0i, Premium, or Limited models as a 4-door sedan. No matter which version you get, the Impreza is powered by a 148-horsepower, 2.0L horizontally opposed ('boxer') 4-cylinder engine, along with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or Subaru's Lineartronic continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). With either version, the Impreza includes a version of Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive system, which works especially well in snowy conditions and adds handling confidence in wet, inclement weather. For all Impreza versions, electric power steering provides crisp steering response and helps save fuel, while the low center of gravity for Subaru's boxer four engine further aids handling. Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes are also included across the model line. The Impreza benefits from major changes introduced last year, with a more aerodynamic yet sharply detailed look on the outside plus much-upgraded interior trims and cabin appointments. Seating was also redesigned, and there's now a good, upright driving position--with visibility aided by mirrors placed back along the doors plus smaller side windows in front. In back, seating is ample for two adults and hatch and trunk room in either version were increased with lower, flatter cargo floors. In either version, split seatbacks fold forward to expand space. Subaru has over the past several years made great strides in adding value for the money--beyond its all-wheel-drive advantages. Base 2.0i models include Bluetooth hands-free calling, Bluetooth audio streaming, a USB port with iPod connectivity, steering-wheel controls, a trip computer, air conditioning, keyless entry, hill start assist and power steering, locks and mirrors. Step up to the Premium and it comes with a windshield wiper deicer, 16-inch silver-finish alloy wheels, cruise control, heated front seats, a center console with armrest lid, six speakers (instead of four) and chrome door handles--as well as a rear stabilizer bar that may help improve handling with the larger wheels. At the top of the lineup, Limited models are only offered with the CVT automatic and add 17-inch alloys, a chrome grille and accents, fog lamps, heated mirrors, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, and a dual center console and rear armrest, plus a display audio system with 4.3-inch screen, HD Radio and iTunes tagging capability. The options list on the Impreza is quite limited, with the only factory options being a moonroof, or a package pairing the moonroof with a navigation system--including a 6.1-inch screen, XM satellite radio, XM NavTraffic, a rear camera, voice commands and a rear camera system.