This is the first use of Subaru's new global platform, which will eventually underpin all its vehicles.

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In comparison to the outgoing model, the new Impreza is 1.6 inches longer, 1.5 inches wider and 0.4 inches lower.

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Both hatchback and sedan variants are available.

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Both cars feature the same engine -- a 152-horsepower, flat-four engine mated to either a manual or continuously variable transmission.

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All-wheel drive is standard, because it's standard on literally every Subaru model.

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Subaru's Eyesight system returns, bringing with it adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keep assist.

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A new Sport trim includes special suspension tuning, unique wheels and the torque-vectoring system found on Subaru's more performance-oriented models. Naturally, there are a few visual enhancements, as well.

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All Impreza models come with a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system that packs both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone connectivity.

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Higher trims bring a leather interior, a larger infotainment display, premium audio and much, much more.

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