Some have called the new Impreza a make or break car for Subaru. The struggling Japanese automaker has never really had a strong presence in the United States. After 25 years of doing business in this country, Subaru has succeeded in selling vehicles only in a few markets, especially the Northeast, where heavy snowfall has made its lineup of all-wheel drive vehicles popular, and in impor... Read full review for the 1993 Subaru Impreza
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I had three of these cars. The LS wagon was the best value since it had abs. The cars was rock solid. Never required extensive maintenance and drove for 145000 care free miles. My sister drives it now... Read Full Review
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