How Does the 2017 Subaru Impreza Stack Up Against Competitors in the Chicago Area?

You don't have to break the bank to get your hands on a top-quality new car. Instead, you can take the wheel of the 2017 Subaru Impreza to enjoy incredible bang for your buck!

The New Subaru Impreza Against the Competition

2017 Subaru Impreza vs. Honda Civic

  • All-wheel drive is standard in the Impreza while not available in the Civic.
  • Impreza is available in a five-door hatchback body style that provides additional passenger and cargo room. The Civic is offered in just a coupe or sedan.

  • 2017 Subaru Impreza vs. Volkswagen Jetta

    • Standard symmetrical all-wheel drive allows you to drive anywhere and do anything in the new 2017 Subaru Impreza, not even needing to check the weather before you depart if you don't feel like it. You may want to pull up a weather application before leaving Naperville in the Volkswagen Jetta, equipped with front-wheel drive and less adaptive traction
    • Standard amenities in the Impreza that you won't discover in the VW Jetta include remote keyless entry and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Having the ability to access your car easier is always helpful, and these mobile-device syncing systems give you connectivity on the go at all times
    • The Subaru Impreza features more front head room and shoulder room than the Jetta, with an impressive advantage of over two inches in front leg space. Rear shoulder room is another area that the Impreza tops its opposition
    • The overall front crash and rollover ratings of the Subaru Impreza are perfect at five stars respectively, while the VW Jetta doesn't do quite as well in both settings, earning just four stars in each

    2017 Subaru Impreza vs. Mazda3

  • Impreza earned a Superior rating in front crash prevention with EyeSight Technology. The Mazda3 failed to achieve the same safety standards.
  • Impreza features standard all-wheel drive while it's not available in the Mazda3.
  • 2017 Impreza is newly available with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. These features aren't offered in the Mazda3.

  • 2017 Subaru Impreza vs. Toyota Corolla

    • Standard symmetrical all-wheel drive is really one of the standout features in the 2017 Subaru Impreza. This feature is a rare find as standard in most sedans, providing traction year-round in Naperville, IL. Standard front wheel drive in the Corolla doesn't offer the same type of reward
    • Subaru EyeSight driver assist includes a bundled package of active safety features, including active cruise control and active lane keeping. This system is exclusive to respective Subaru vehicles
    • Every mile counts when it comes to saving gas money on your daily commutes in Naperville. The impressive 38 miles per gallon highway fuel economy of the Impreza edges out the 36 miles per gallon highway offered by the Corolla
    • Features that make every step along the way a little bit easier end up being the difference. Remote keyless entry is one helpful gadget that comes standard in the Impreza but not available in the Toyota model
    • The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in the Impreza packs more charge than its opponent, offering 148 horsepower compared to 132 horsepower along with 145 pound-feet compared to 128 pound-feet
    • As a driver or front passenger, you likely value being able to situate yourself rather quickly around Naperville. Adjustments won't be necessary in the Impreza, as this sedan comes with better front head, leg and shoulder room
    • Safety testing is a paramount benefit of the new Subaru Impreza. This meticulously designed model earns five stars in overall rollover crash test ratings, with the Corolla coming in at four stars

    2017 Subaru Impreza vs. Hyundai Elantra

    • Start planning that cross-country trip you've envisioned with all of the confidence you could ever need in the new Subaru Impreza in Naperville. You won't have to swap out this sedan for an SUV just to make it work, as standard symmetrical all-wheel drive gives you the traction that you need to fit into each setting and scenario. This isn't the standard configuration for the Hyundai Elantra
    • Standard features that are included with the Impreza but not available in the Elantra include a 12V power outlet and power steering
    • The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in the Impreza boasts a 20 horsepower advantage over the engine of the Hyundai model, coming in at 148 horsepower in comparison to 128 horsepower. Every bit of peppiness can count in the midst of heavy traffic, making this something important to think about
    • The 14.5 to 14 maximum gallon fuel capacity edge of the Impreza over the Elantra means that you are making the most of your time spent gassing up at the pumps, knowing that your tank can fit an ample amount of fuel until the next time you need to stop over
    • The spacious interior cabin of the Impreza is evident through the advantages held in front head and leg room, making sure that your comfort is confirmed from the very first moment that you climb in
    • Safety crash test ratings give you a special idea of how much intricate design went into creating the vehicle that you operate. You'll feel confident in the attention that was paid to the Impreza, with an advantage of five stars to four in overall crash test rating. This means the Impreza bested the Elantra in both overall front crash and rollover rating, additionally

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    The New Subaru Impreza: Every Seat is the Best Seat in the House

    The re-designed 2017 Impreza stands out from the crowd with its stellar safety record, all-weather capability and premium quality cabin. At its modest starting pricing, the Subaru Impreza also delivers cash-saving value to commuters and families throughout Chicago and Naperville, IL!

    The 2017 Impreza is a further testament to Subaru's unyielding commitment to safety, dependability and technological innovation. The Impreza is available with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology that now includes blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert. Those features helped the Impreza earn an IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating!

    The Impreza is also the longest-lasting vehicle in its class. Out of cars sold in the last 12 years, 97% are still on the road today. Neither the Honda Civic or Mazda3 can't make a similar claim!

    Unlike competitors, the Impreza comes standard with Subaru's Symmetrical all-wheel drive system. That means the Impreza is engineered to handle wet and wintry driving conditions throughout the Chicago area.

    You'll love driving in the Impreza's first rate cabin that provides exceptional comfort, ample cargo space and a plethora of next-gen tech features. New for 2017, the Subaru Impreza is newly-available with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for your connectivity needs. Additional features include LED headlights, 17-inch alloy-wheels and leather-trimmed seating in the new Sport trim level.

    As you'll find out below, the Subaru Impreza proves to be a far superior option than the Honda Civic and Mazda3 for drivers like you! Keep reading to learn more about the Impreza's appealing qualities:

    As you can see, the 2017 Subaru Impreza proves to be a better car in terms of safety, dependability, performance and tech features. Find out more about the new 2017 Subaru Impreza by visiting Gerald Subaru of Naperville to arrange for your test drive today!