The 2007 Subaru Impreza Wagon comes in a variety of configurations. This four door, five passenger Wagon features a standard 173 horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder with either a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission. This model year, the Impreza Wagon has undergone a series of changes, including new suspension components and interior styling enhancements. The Impreza Wagon features a nice list of equipment that includes ABS brakes, power steering, windows, mirrors and locks, AM/FM/CD audio, air conditioning, cruise control, tilt-wheel and airbags.Read more Read less
The Subaru Impreza, which will be completely redesigned for 2008, goes into 2007 with some minor equipment revisions. All models get a new soft-grip steering wheel design, while Special Edition models now include more equipment. On most models the ashtray is replaced with an auxiliary audio input, Sirius satellite radio is now offered, and on models equipped with the available CD changer, audio data in MP3 or WMA formats can now be played. Changes to the sporty WRX models are minor and cosmetic, with redesigned headlights and taillights. STI models get several mechanical changes, including a new Torsen limited-slip differential and revised gear ratios, along with LEV2 emissions certification, plus a new rear center armrest with trunk pass-through. There's also a new, specially equipped STI Limited model for 2007, available in a limited run of 800, and in two colors: Satin White Pearl or Urban Gray Metallic.
Standard all-wheel drive; precise handling; acceleration (WRX and STI).
Subaru claims that the base 2.5 i sedan and sport wagon are the most affordable all-wheel-drive sport-compacts in the U.S. market, and the Impreza models offer some of the best all-weather handling in its class. Up the range, the sporty WRX offers an engaging mix of performance and practicality, while the top-of-the-range STI is a serious rival for some of the world's top sports cars.