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2017 Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S (AWD) review

I'm gazing into the cloud of water gushing from underneath the 18-wheeler in front of me. The window wipers are vigorously spreading the mud over my windscreen, while I fight the steering wheel to keep the car from aquaplaning. An opportunity strikes as the lane besides me clears for a moment. I take the chance and pin my foot hard up against the firewall...

2017 Subaru Impreza 2.0i (AWD) review

I previously owned a 2013 Subaru BRZ with manual transmission. I owned it for the last three years and loved it. I was quite happy about everything with the stock model and didn't make any modifications. Now, the time has come, and I had to replace my car with something practical for my baby. I sold my BRZ for $26,000 and didn't want to spend extra money to buy a new car...

2006 Subaru Impreza WRX (AWD) review

If your the kinda guy who's always late to your great-grandparents' funeral (more than likely caused by your significant other) attempting to sneak in under the radar, unfortunately the 2006 Hawkeye WRX isn't for you, sorry. No this car is defiantly not a sleeper, that's for sure...

2016 Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S (AWD) Review

I purchased the car for my wife because I like the feature of the all wheel drive, the sat nav is so easy to use even for my wife and the hands free phone is another great feature. The car drives like a train on tracks compared to other brands. Especially around winding roads like the Dandenong Ranges and wet road surfaces...

2006 Subaru Impreza WRX (AWD) Review

Predominantly bought my 06 WRX as a second car for dad (myself) to whiz to work and back ? Now a decade old and 120k on the clock the car has held up well. Its now reached its timing belt replacement. My three growing kids can find it a bit of a squeeze but we still enjoy its open road performance and handling...

2002 Subaru Impreza Review

Stand on the clutch, give the loud pedal a boot-full and let the needle lurk threateningly around 7000, then give it a sidestep and disappear with haste, literally smashing through the gears engulfed in the aural symphony that is simply: the boxer engine. However try the same trick again and risk spending your free time in futile attempts to piece together a former 5 speed jigsaw...

1997 Subaru Impreza Review

It all began the morning of Australia Day 2014 when an old high-school friend phoned to invite me to a day of kayaking he had planned down on the coast. The idea of sunny paddling seemed more attractive than productive work illuminated only by my computer screen, so I considered the invitation for exactly three-tenths of a second before making my way to the shed to remove my dusty kayak from the rafters...

2010 Subaru Impreza Review

I have owned my wrx for a few months now and has been a great car. probly the best car i have owned. Its so easy to drive and the power and response from factory is amazing. the only things that i have noticed is that the air con gave way at 75,000 and the subwoofer has given out. other then that the car has been great! Love the colour and has excellent traction with only a slight tendancy to understeer...

1997 Subaru Impreza Review

Many people lament the passing of the 90's; we were getting over the big hair and outrageous styling of the 80's and the Internet was starting to take over encyclopaedias (Do you remember Funk & Wagnells?). In the car industry, the 90's marked the golden age in Japanese performance vehicles...

1999 Subaru Impreza Review

Love it or hate it, the first thing you notice about the handsome Impreza is how purposeful it looks. From the deep front air dam with fog light covers, to a bonnet full of speed holes and that ridiculous rear wing; it proudly shows off its rally heritage. Hiding behind the pink grill badge is a full fruit version of Subaru's 2 litre flat four...

2004 Subaru Impreza Review

The cold morning air was cut by the rumbling sound of the boxer engine winding around the mountainous roads of the western suburbs of Brisbane. The FZ semi slicks stuck to the tarmac coupled with the precision of the Brembo four pot brakes holding back the horsepower with a balanced force...

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