Subaru's unique selling proposition has always been its excellent all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems. In previous years, buyers had to put up with quirky, unrefined vehicles to get that AWD capability. But thanks to a fresh new approach at Subaru, the cars have been modernized and refined so that they are attractive - with or without AWD. For 1995, the Impreza lineup of subcompacts receives several important changes. First, the 135-hp 2.2-liter engine that powers the Legacy has become available on all Impreza models (except the base), which zooms this subcompact to the head of the horsepower class - topped among its major competitors only by the 150-hp Plymouth Neon coupe. Second, a stylish coupe version has been introduced. And a third, minor change is the new Outback graphics package to dress up the sport wagon.