Ext. color: Crystal White Pearl
Int. color: Ivory
Drivetrain: All-wheel Drive
Fuel type: Gasoline
Transmission: continuously variable automatic
Engine: 2L H-4 DOHC, variable valve control, engine with 148HP
Stock #: 3465
Adaptive Cruise Control, Heated Seats, Keyless Start
Bluetooth, HomeLink, USB Port
Alloy Wheels, Sunroof/Moonroof
Automatic Emergency Braking, Backup Camera, Brake Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Stability Control
Stadium Auto California review
Great Selection, Great Prices, Great People
May 7, 2018
By kendall from CA
Stadium Auto California is AWESOME! I was searching for an SRX on line. I sent out some inquiries to a few different dealerships. I didn't hear back from most of them. Two dealerships called me and the sales people were rude and uninformed. Finally, at about 9pm, I sent out an inquiry on a beautiful mocha metallic SRX and immediately, I was contacted by Kait from Stadium Auto California. She was polite and friendly, very very professional and answered all of my questions. I made an appointment to meet with her the following morning. I arrived at Stadium Auto California and was greeted by Kait. She was so friendly and so sweet! She gave me the keys to the SRX and said if I wanted to test drive, let her know. The vehicle was in fabulous condition, freshly washed and ready for me, just like she promised. After my test drive, I met with Ray and with Harry. They were very helpful and I was on my way home in my fabulous Cadillac in less than 40 minutes. I highly highly recommend Stadium Auto California. Thank you for a great experience.
2016 Subaru Impreza 2.0i Sport Premium review
I adore this car.
October 21, 2022
By Jr from Montpelier, VT
Owns this car
I can highly recommend this car. I bought it because I felt AWD was essential for me in the winters, but mostly because I wanted a wagon or hatchback with a manual transmission and AWD. Turns out the options are limited but I found a decent used 2016 Sport Limited at the second dealership I stopped at, and took it for a test drive on the spot. I have been more than satisfied. In my opinion the handling is amazing, it handles like a go cart in corners, i can throw it into corners at much higher speeds than I ever expected. It never hiccups. I have barely ever been able to even get the thing to the edge of the traction, when it does start to break loose it is very neutral, with a slight tendency to oversteer, never a hint of losing control. I have never had the brakes overheat or fade, even on 20 miles blasts down winding country roads at 70-90mph. It really amazes me. I never guessed the steering was electric either. The shift is nice and feels solid, but easy to use, I have never missed a gear yet. I r the sound of the boxer engine to, nice and throaty. Lots of room inside, seats are comfy and you can adjust drivers ride height. It has a timing chain instead of a belt, so no worries about that. The only complaints I have are that it lacks power and it needs a 6th gear. You can reach high enough speeds, and maintain them, but if you let it slow down, it really lacks the power to get it back up again. It is fine at low speeds, quite peppy, but for passing on highways it can be very difficult to find safe spaces to pass, and you have to downshift on hills. It also is geared quite low, so at 80mph the tach is sitting above 3,000rpm, which made me uncomfortable until I got used to it, and doesn't help fuel economy at all. It also struggles to get over about 110mph, although as always, it tracks straight and smooth and feels perfectly safe and comfortable at triple digits, even in the hill country (around here even the interstate is not straight). Except the engine up to about 4500 or 5000 rpm at those speeds. At a mere 80 it just eats it up without a murmur. The road noise is also quite loud and it seems harsh on bumps compared to some cars, though that seems to be mostly c in the 17inch wheels and relatively low profile tires. The speakers are only decent. The only other thing that comes to mind is the engine temp light that comes on to warn you that the engine is not up to operating temp yet(I guess they understand that most Subarus are bought for winter drivers). It is a bright blue light the exact same color as a high beam indicator light, which is very distracting when you start out driving at night, because you constantly think your high beams are on. I am very tempted to mask it off entirely. Oh and it has hill start assist which is nice and works pretty well, but you can disable it with only minor annoyance (if you don't mind an orange warning light being on permanently). I shut mine off because I was more used to not having one, and the first couple times I stopped at a light and took my foot off the brake thinking I was on level ground, only to have the car start rolling slowly after the hill stop disengaged after 2 seconds turned me off on it. I would rather know instantly if my car is going to roll, before I get distracted changing the song.