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The Subaru Impreza has long been one of the least expensive ways to get AWD in America but previous versions struggled when it came to value if AWD wasn't on your "must have" list. With that in mind, Subaru completely redesigned their compact sedan for 2017 and 2018 tossing in more standard equipment, new entertainment systems with CarPlay and Android Auto, and a more premium interior. There are still trade-offs to be found for that standard AWD system but Subaru has worked hard to make them less obvious than in the past. You'll still find a manual transmission in the base model and fewer creature comforts than in a comparable Corolla or Civic, but Subaru's standard AWD system compensates enough to make the Impreza one of the best compact vehicle values in North America. 0-30 : 3.5 Seconds 0-60 : 9 Seconds 1/4 Mile : 16.8 Sec @ 90 MPH 60-0 Braking : 124 Feet More videos: http://goo.gl/Kj1FlI Best cars in 2016: http://goo.gl/3xAVJi Upcoming reviews: http://goo.gl/pLtP6U AOA on Facebook: http://goo.gl/a47Cu1 The Mountain Garden: http://goo.gl/icFWcd
Subaru's are known for safety, reliability, and that impressive Symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive. The 2018 Subaru Impreza Sport is fantastic in the snow. Read our full review: https://goo.gl/SUz1Fk Our Spotlight this week is on the 2018 Subaru Impreza Sport with EyeSight package. This compact sedan isn't trying to be a sports car, nor a luxury car. It's a humble car that does incredibly well in the snow, but also has a lot of safety tech to keep you safe. We go over all the features of this car including the EyeSight cameras, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the 3 information screens, and everything else that makes this Subaru a popular option for winter driving. Follow PRN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/perpetualradio/ Follow PRN on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PerpetualRadio Follow Nile on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NileLivesey Follow Nile on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nilelivesey/ Visit our website: http://www.perpetualradio.ca/ TestDrive is proudly produced in Acton, Québec, Canada.
2018 Subaru Impreza Sport TestDriveNow Video Review By Auto Critic Steve Hammes. Month after month, Subaru’s sales continue to rise; remarkable when you consider they don’t sell a traditional crossover or 3-row SUV. But Americans have bought into their all-wheel drive, dog-loving ways, attracted to their mix sedans, hatchbacks and wagons. This is the all-new, 2018 Impreza. http://testdrivenow.com/2018-subaru-impreza-sport-review/ You might also like these other videos from my channel: 2012 Subaru Impreza: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_vBN44VLMQ 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ydP8Ayh2bI 2018 Subaru WRX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqGKcN81ImE Drive Time with Steve Hammes originated as a weekly local TV news feature on the CBS TV Affiliate, WRGB TV, in Albany, NY in 1998. Automotive journalist, Steve Hammes delivers trusted, top-rated popular car reviews in high definition video across multiple platforms. Hammes offers video program segments showcasing the newest vehicles and industry innovations coming to market. Hammes’ reviews are featured on TestDriveNow.com, You Tube, Yahoo! Autos and On.AOL.com. Behind the Wheel with Steve Hammes is distributed by the Automotive Broadcasting Network and showcase Steve’s new-car walk-arounds which appear on TV screens in hundreds of car dealerships across the country. Hammes has served as host for Marketplace on Demand airing on Bright House Network channels and Time Warner Cable’s Car Show on TWTV. In addition, Drive Time Productions served as a longtime provider of content for WheelsTV, Autobyteland its MyRide.com web site. Among worldwide automotive events, TestDriveNow.com provides coverage of the North American, New York and South Florida International Auto Shows. Hammes, a long-standing member of the International Motor Press Association, is highly regarded within the media, the automotive industry, and among consumers. Business Inquiries: Joe [at] testdrivenow.com Click to Subscribe! http://bit.ly/subTestDriveNow Check out my SUV and Crossovers playlist! http://bit.ly/SUVandCrossovers Like my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/testdrivenow/ Browse my website: http://testdrivenow.com/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DriveTimeVideos About TestDriveNow: Welcome to TestDriveNow official YouTube channel! I deliver trusted, top-rated popular car reviews on cars like the Honda Accord, Audi s5, Dodge Durango, Subaru Crosstrek and more! TestDriveNow.com features Drive Time with Steve Hammes offering video program segments showcasing the newest vehicles and industry innovations coming to market. 2018 Subaru Impreza Sport | Better than Civic?| Complete Review | TestDriveNow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_4LTEp54Tc TestDriveNow http://www.youtube.com/stevehammes
The 2018 Hyundai Accent is all new, and brings a big feature list to the small car segment To see how far the automotive industry has truly come in the past ten years, drive a small car. No, not an electric city car or a pint-sized performance rocket, but your average, everyday subcompact economy car. Ten years ago a well-equipped small car came with AM/FM radio with a CD player (!), power windows, height adjustable seats, and perhaps even power locks with a key fob remote. Those kinds of things wouldn’t even make it into a press release these days. 0 19 0 The 2018 Hyundai Accent takes things to an entirely different level again for subcompact ‘economy’ cars, but it’s not just the long list of features, it’s the types of features and the total impression they make in a car that has more presence than its small footprint would suggest and a cabin that is modern and well executed. At the heart of it is a touchscreen infotainment system on a seven-inch display, a system that is brilliant for its simplicity and effectiveness. Press an icon or one of the fixed buttons around the screen and something happens right away, no waiting, no delay, no frustration. That is a luxury I could get used to. 0 19 0 That seven-inch screen is optional, and a smaller five-inch screen is standard, but it’s still a far cry from the pencil-thin digital readouts most affordable cars used to have. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also included with all but the base model SE, making your entertainment and communication controls even more familiar and seamless. The touchscreen will likely be the center of attention for entertainment, but your attention should be on the road first, and that is easy with the Accent. The 2018 Accent is one of the most undemanding cars I’ve driven in ages. 0 19 0 Everything is straightforward and familiar, and although the small 1.6-liter four-cylinder only makes 130 hp and 119 lb-ft of torque, and while less powerful than its predecessor, that is generous for this class and the car weighs 2,679 pounds at most (2,502 with the manual transmission), so it gets going from stoplights with decent pep. However, the more speeds climb, the more it struggles, and it’s not a car you’d call fast, especially with the six-speed automatic transmission we drove. The manual might give you a bit more jump, but the automatic is also seamless, with a conventional shifter that will take no time to get used to, and would make the commute a breeze. 0 19 0 The manual used to always be the frugal option with a lower cost of entry and lower running costs, but the automatic now holds a slight edge in efficiency. The EPA rates the automatic at 28 mpg in city driving, 38 on the highway and 32 combined, with the manual transmission one mpg less efficient in both highway and combined. During my week of suburban shuttling and family duty, we averaged an okay but not great 27.7 mpg, although one highway drive yielded a decent 35 mpg. The 1.6 is the o