Monday, April 11, 2011

Subaru Impreza

2010-subaru-impreza-wrx-front-turingSubaru Impreza is a car that is often used to rally race car because it was able to run in poor road conditions and on paved roads. In adverse weather conditions, this car could be to rely on. Impreza is the ideal size to explore around the city while still being comfortable on the highway with large trucks and SUVs. It’s solid, safe, and simple, with the added attraction of all-wheel-drive, so be ready for any road driving conditions.

subaru_impreza_2.5gt_4_door_2010_dashboardImpreza sedan version comes with a 4-Door and 5-Door hatchback version. Styling of the five-door is edgier, while the four-door sedan looks more traditional. hatch is a bit sporty, shorter overall length, with a shorter rear overhang. short overhangs suggest a better handling and shorter overall length is useful in tight parking limits. hatch is also far more practical with a large cargo capacity.

2010-Subaru-Impreza-WRX-Seat-InteriorImpreza has a road trip smooth and responsive cornering, due to some parts for a relatively long wheelbase (103.1 inches), and lower engine placement, possibly because the position of the four-cylinder horizontally opposed. This will lower the center of gravity and improve the balance, contributing to agile cornering. Moreover, the stock Impreza WRX quick steering rack, with 2.8 turns out-to-lock key, and a tight turning circle of 34.8 meters. You can certainly feel it, and good. This sporty.

0911_09_z%252B2010_subaru_impreza_wRX_sTI_special_edition%252BengineOut on the highway, there are a lot of speed from 170-horsepower engine, with 170 foot-pounds of torque at 4400 rpm, to put the oomph behind the acceleration. We did not find a flat spot in power or those places lacking. Standard five-speed manual gearbox works well. The optional four-speed automatic works fine machines, including when you need to hammer the throttle to pass a truck in the fast lane two.

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