The Subaru Impreza sedan was a 2005 model, released by Subaru as a roomy and dependable compact car. It featured a standard 2.5-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine, with a five-speed manual transmission or Optional four-speed automatic. The car featured Subarus signature all-wheel-drive system and came in six trims ranging from the entry-level L to the top of the line WRX trim. The body of the car featured a cohesive design, complementing the clean lines with curves and contours in just the right places. It had a spacious trunk, perfect for everyday items, and offered its passengers plenty of space in the cabin. The cabin was accented with woodgrain accents, soft-touch materials throughout and an ergonomic driver-friendly cockpit. The heated leather-wrapped front seats could be adjusted manually while the rear split bench seat allowed for plenty of comfortable seating. The Subaru Impreza sedan 2005 featured many safety features these included anti-lock brakes, traction control, electronic brake-force distribution, front- and side-impact airbags, automatic headlight-off activation and daytime running lights. The car was also equipped with the Subaru All-Wheel Drive system to make sure that the car always had good road grip and stability in bad weather. It had a top speed of around 135mph and had very good fuel economy, averaging 26 miles per gallon on the highway and 19 mpg in the city. The car also had an impressive list of options and accessories ranging from a power moonroof to a rear spoiler. Its sporty styling and roomy cabin, coupled with Subarus world-renowned all-wheel-drive system, ensured that the 2005 Impreza sedan was perfect for everyone from daily commuters to weekend adventurers.
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