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    OK, so you've watched a few World Rally Championship events and wondered what it would be like to own a street version of Subaru's entree. Well, the good.

    Individually numbered badges for each car are located within the engine bay and repeated as a small plaque situated at the base of the gear lever. Initially this design proved to be rather unpopular which prompted a more conventional design for the applied C, D and E models. There was also an optional Prodrive suspension pack. The engine was detuned to meet emission standards. It sported a carbon-fiber wing and a carbon fiber lip.

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    Now in its fifth generation, Subaru has offered four-door sedan and five-door body variants since ; the firm also offered a coupe from until , and a 5-door wagon from the Impreza's introduction in the form of a hatchback.

    Mainstream versions have received "boxer" flat-four engines ranging from 1. Since the third generation series, some markets have adopted the abbreviated Subaru WRX name for these high-performance variants. The first three generations of Impreza in North America were also available with an off-road appearance package called the Outback Sport. For the fourth generation, this appearance package was renamed the XV Crosstrek in North America , and, unlike the Outback Sport which was exclusive to the North American market , is sold internationally.

    Subaru has offered both front- and all-wheel drive layouts for the Impreza. Since the lates, some markets have restricted sales to the all-wheel drive model—therefore granting the Impreza a unique selling proposition in the global compact class characterized by front-wheel drive. However, Japanese models remain available in either configuration.

    In late , a two-door coupe was introduced in Japan. Initial engine choices included 1. Subaru chose to continue their longstanding use of the boxer engine in the Impreza. According to Subaru, their configuration of the engine inline with the transmission minimizes body roll due to the lower center of gravity compared with offset engines in most other vehicles.

    The boxer design provides good vibration mitigation due to the principles of a balanced engine because the movement of each piston is largely countered by a piston in the opposing cylinder bank, eliminating the need for a counter-weighted rotating crankshaft harmonic balancer , but with some vibration from offsets. Torque steer is also reduced with this type of powertrain layout since the front drive shafts are of equal length and weight. At the time of introduction, the Japanese and European market naturally aspirated models 1.

    Only the WRX and regular North American models received a conventional "full" grille until the facelift, when the regular models' appearance was brought in line with that of the sporting models.

    It was the top trim level of the Impreza wagon model with no significant mechanical or performance changes from the lower trim levels aside from a slightly lifted suspension. Subaru found some sales success with the Outback Sport as a smaller companion with similar ride height changes, body colors and trim levels to the larger, more successful selling Legacy-based Outback.

    For the first time, the 2. Subaru discontinued the Gravel Express when the second generation Impreza was introduced due to very limited sales. The hood-scoop found on the American Outback Sport was non-functional but was probably included because the American and Japanese versions were built at the same factory in Japan. The Outback Sport was offered with optional equipment, such as a gauge pack installed on top of the dashboard, that included a digital compass, outside temperature and barometer or altimeter readings.

    LX models were front-wheel drive, and powered by a 1. GL trim levels were either front-wheel drive Subaru badged these 2WD or all-wheel-drive badged AWD ; cars launched in had a choice of 1. From , the 1. Sport versions had alloy wheels, and a 2. These were "warm hatch" versions which were similar to the WRX, albeit less adorned. During this generation, Subaru offered a limited edition Impreza Sport Wagon called the CasaBlanca, [7] which had a retro -inspired front and rear end treatment, which was inspired by the popular kei car Subaru Vivio Bistro styling package and Subaru Sambar Dias Classic.

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