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The Subaru Impreza may be your only option if you want an inexpensive compact sedan or hatchback with all-wheel drive, but that doesn't mean you have to settle. With generous room, reasonable prices and good fuel economy, the Impreza holds its own in the compact car category.

What's New For 2015

To stay competitive, the Impreza gets a host of upgrades for 2015. A new grille and some exterior treatments update the look, while a backup camera is now standard on all models. The cabin gets more sound deadening, upgraded materials and a new infotainment system, with Subaru's EyeSight driver assist technology as a new option. Some powertrain recalibrations get fuel economy estimates up to 28 mpg city, 37 mpg highway.

Choosing Your Subaru Impreza

All Imprezas get a 2-liter four-cylinder with 148 horsepower. All but the base 2.0i and the 2.0i Sport Premium hatchback come standard with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) -- the others get a five-speed manual as standard equipment. All Imprezas come with all-wheel drive. The trims largely differ on equipment level, with hatchbacks costing $500 over the sedan. Sport Premium and Sport Limited are hatchback-only.

2.0i

All Imprezas get a 2-liter four-cylinder with 148 horsepower. All but the base 2.0i and the 2.0i Sport Premium hatchback come standard with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) -- the others get a five-speed manual as standard equipment. All Imprezas come with all-wheel drive. The trims largely differ on equipment level, with hatchbacks costing $500 over the sedan. Sport Premium and Sport Limited are hatchback-only.

2.0i Premium

The popular 2.0i Premium model adds the CVT, as well as 16-inch alloy wheels, body-colored side mirrors, heated front seats, windshield de-icer and a six-speaker audio system. A moonroof and 17-inch alloy wheels are optional.

2.0i Sport Premium

The Sport Premium hatchback adds 17-inch wheels, front fog lights, roof rails, as well as some different exterior trim. A manual transmission is standard. The power moonroof and CVT are options.

2.0i Limited

Limited features more convenience features like leather upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels, CVT, a color trip computer, automatic climate control and a 7-inch touchscreen radio. The Limited is available with Subaru's EyeSight system for adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning; also optional are keyless entry and start, and navigation.

2.0i Sport Limited

The Sport Limited hatchback gets the cosmetic treatments of the Sport Premium, but with the Limited's feature content.

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The heart of the Impreza market goes with 2.0i Premium, which is packed with features for around $21,000 and makes the all-wheel drive look like a bonus if you live in harsh climates.

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