I think the Subaru Impreza is a great car for practicality and functionality.
How practical is the Subaru Impreza? In this review video, Kim (Hauler Tribe) gets behind the wheel to find out. And, for the most part, she liked it. She liked that it was fun to drive and that “it does take potholes pretty well.” (Which, considering the Michigan potholes, is an important attribute of any mitten-worthy vehicle.) The lack of acceleration wasn’t enough dampen her opinion, saying that “the acceleration is a bit slow, but for around-town driving, it’s pretty good.” Kim doesn’t need to get from point A to point B at Driver Tribe speed.
An important part for any Hauler is the vehicle’s cargo-carrying capabilities. And, the Impreza didn’t disappoint. While it looks small on the outside, Kim noted that the vehicle offered a surprising amount of storage space. The fold-flat rear seats opened up even more hauling possibilities.
Combined with the easy phone connection features — USB, aux, Bluetooth® — the Impreza was a definite “like” for Kim.