/Subaru Impreza Hatchback with boxer diesel engine

Subaru Impreza Hatchback with boxer diesel engine

2010 Subaru Impreza 20D 1 at Subaru Impreza Hatchback with boxer diesel engine

Subaru is now offering its rally-bred Impreza Hatchback with their highly anticipated 2.0 liter boxer diesel engine in two RC and RX variants. This engine is literally gutless! with 150 Hp and 350Nm torque it does 0 to 60 in 9.0 seconds and goes to a top speed of only 127 mph. But it is very economical at 47.9 mpg Combined and is also very clean at 155 g/km CO2.

2010 Subaru Impreza 20D 2 at Subaru Impreza Hatchback with boxer diesel engine

The Boxer engine layout – very much a Subaru speciality – comes with all the benefits typical of its kind. Its compact size means that it sits low-down in the chassis to give every Impreza an ultra-low centre of gravity for outstanding handling, great grip, reduced body roll and agile steering. The horizontally opposed cylinder layout ensures class-leading noise, vibration and harshness and a smooth response that should maintain Subaru’s established reputation as a manufacturer of engines that last for years.

Teaming the front strut/rear multi-link chassis with the sure-footedness of Subaru’s permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive makes for a winning combination. Backed up by Subaru’s Vehicle Dynamics Control stability system, it means owners can drive safely in the knowledge that their Impreza will instantly divert power from the wheels that slip to the wheels that grip – it providing the security and reassurance of active safety at all times, whatever the road conditions.

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The Impreza 2.0D comes in a choice of two grades, RC and RX. The former comes with all the equipment described above yet is still priced at a competitive £20,000 on the road. Step up to the RX at £22,255 and gain keyless smart entry, an electric sunroof, rear privacy glass, full leather trim and electric adjustment of the driver’s seat.

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