The Impreza may not be in there but it does deliver the message that Subaru will keep new drivers safe even in an accident. Maybe a follow up on the car's spot on the Top Ten Back-To-School Cars list. Keeping those college/university students safe.
Good commercial, just what they need for the new impreza since it's the sort of impreza (this time around) that really appeals to a much larger crowd, this just targets a big question and concern most have, although to some of the enthusiasts here its boring
The Impreza will definitely be safe and sturdy. The Toyota Camry was being built at their Lafayette, Indiana plant and the Impreza is going to take the Camry spot. That toyota Camry is a beast and we can most liekly expect the same kind of sturdiness in the new Impreza Sedan.
There's not that much concern for safety these days since they can't fall that far away from what's average for the industry. Plus vehicles have so much more going on these days that take priority over safety. Better than average safety is just a plus.
Lol those times are long gone. Now is the era of technology, innovative advancements and safety first. As much as I do miss the high performance machines, at this point in time, I think it's best to go the safer route
all depends on demographic and with this being a family vehicle this is what you can expect and i'm sure we'll see more of it.
just look at what other brands have done, targeting a similar group with a vehicle that has nothing too exciting going for it.
Of course. The micra looks like... hideous lol. The Impreza hits the mark of good looking, practicality, and versatility. Add the intense safety standard and you have an ideal family vehicle. What more could you ask for