2017 Subaru Impreza vs. The Competition

Compare the Subaru Impreza to Other Models in it's Class

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Subaru Impreza vs. the Competition

If you have been researching the different new cars on the market, you probably know that the Subaru Impreza has a lot to offer. Here at Miller Subaru we know that having an easy layout of the differences between a model and its competitors is crucial to making an informed decision, which is why we've put together this page for our South Jersey, Lumberton Medford & Burlington customers to detail how the Impreza stacks up against the competition.

Here at our 1592 Route 38  dealership, we have what our South Jersey, Lumberton Medford & Burlington customers need to get a test drive of the latest inventory, and to find financing in one place. Once you have looked through these quick comparisons, let us know what we can do to help you test drive it today.

Subaru Impreza vs. Toyota Corolla

How do they compare and contrast?
  • We know that putting so much emphasis on all-wheel drive seems silly, but it isn't when you consider the benefits you will receive in the Impreza thanks to this feature, though the Corolla driver won't understand what they're missing.
  • Enjoy your love of leather inside the Impreza or leave it behind in the Corolla. The choice is yours.
  • On the base model, you can enjoy a more affordable starting price with the Impreza, coming in at around $1,000 less than the Corolla for many of the same features.

Subaru Impreza vs. Honda Civic

How do they compare and contrast?
  • Subaru's famous all-wheel drive comes out ahead of the Civic, which doesn't have the option available.
  • We know that everyone enjoys heated seats, unless you drive the Civic, because this feature isn't offered. Impreza drivers can feel the comfort of a warm seat, because this is offered standard.
  • Leather looks and feels great, which is why the Impreza offers this inside on the seats and steering wheel, but the Civic driver would have to make do without it. You would think that for several thousand dollars more, you would at least get leather interior with the Civic.