How Does the New Subaru Impreza Compare to the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla?

Are you in the market for a versatile new sedan or hatchback? The new Subaru Impreza is available in both a four-door sedan model and a five-door hatchback model, and both offer the tremendous capability and functionality that you need to take on any adventure here in the greater San Jose, CA area.

Subaru Impreza vs. Civic & Corolla

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Compare the Impreza with the Honda Civic & Toyota Corolla

Whether you're looking for something that's fun to drive, high-tech, family friendly, or efficient, the Impreza offers all of the above and so much more for a low affordable price. In order to demonstrate how special the new Impreza is, we're going to compare it to the new Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, so you can easily see side by side why the new Subaru Impreza is the best option for you!

2017 Subaru Impreza vs. 2017 Honda Civic

  • The new Impreza offers more front head and legroom than the Civic does, making it a better fit for taller drivers or those looking to stretch out during long commutes.
  • Every Impreza model comes equipped with standard symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, the Civic, on the other hand, doesn't offer all-wheel drive on any of its models.
  • The Impreza has a smaller turning diameter than the new Civic does, making it easier to navigate through tight traffic, pull in and out of parking spots, and turn around.
  • The Impreza offers a slightly lower estimated fuel economy on the highway than the Civic, but with a fuel capacity of 14.5 gallons compared to the 12 gallon tank in the Civic, you can go further on a single tank in the Impreza.

2017 Subaru Impreza vs. 2017 Toyota Corolla

  • The Impreza continues to be the only compact sedan or hatchback that comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive on every model. The Corolla, however, is only available with front-wheel drive on all models.
  • The Impreza offers a larger and more powerful engine than the Corolla. The Impreza comes with a standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine that produces 148-horsepower, while the new Corolla comes with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 132-horsepower.
  • WIth a larger engine and all-wheel drive, you'd expect the Impreza to have less fuel economy than the Corolla, but that isn't the case. The Impreza offers 28 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway, while the Corolla offers 27 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway.
  • The Impreza offers more front head and legroom than the Corolla does, so you can relax and enjoy the ride.

These are just a few of the ways that the Impreza continues to beat out the competition. If you're interested in learning more about the new Impreza and how it can fit your lifestyle, we welcome you to come take one out for a test drive today right here at Stevens Creek Subaru! We're located right in San Jose, CA and proudly serve nearby Santa Clara, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale!