In a market with a varied choice of small sedans, the Impreza stood out with its standard all-wheel-drive system.
Among the roomiest vehicle in the segment, the Impreza had a nicely designed cabin and came with a great suspension to make sure the occupants were not bothered by poorer roads.
Available as a small sedan or hatchback, the Impreza came in three trim levels: the 2.0i, the 2.0i Premium and the 2.0i Limited. The hatchback version added two extra sportier trim levels.
The base model was well equipped with 15-inch wheels, power accessories, air-conditioning, cruise control and even a rearview camera that was usually given as optional for most of the vehicles on the market, a trip computer, Bluetooth connectivity, a 6.2-inch touchscreen and a 4-speaker audio system.
The Premium trim level added bigger alloys, an extended list of exterior paint colors, chrome interior door handles and an upgraded audio system.
The Limited trim level included all options available with the first two trim levels and added automatic headlights, foglights, automatic climate control, leather upholstery, a bigger touchscreen and options such as a sunroof and a navigation system.
The sportier versions added roof rails, special design cues and others.
Over the years, Subaru became most known for the all-wheel-drives vehicle that were a great choice to adventurous people and the 2015 Impreza was no exception, while still offering comfort and great room.