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Can the Subaru Impreza Tow a Camper Trailer?

The Subaru Impreza is not made to tow anything. Official capacity is 0lbs in the US and 1000 lbs overseas. This is not enough to pull a camper.

 

Impreza received very few changes in the year 2021 model; however, they are all amazing. The real spoiler available on the Sport hatchback is now available with Crystal Black Silica end pieces. The premium model of this car is loaded with the engine performance management system which is better known as SI-Drive, it can be controlled with the help of switches available on the steering wheel.

Customer reviews reveal that the body style of the hatchback Impreza is far better than the sedan model. Also, the premium model offers the perfect mixture of values and features. This vehicle comes with the steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters, adaptive cruise control mechanism, lane-keeping assists ad heated front seats along with an enhanced infotainment system that includes SiriusXM satellite radio, integrated smartphone apps, and an extra USB port. You can also think of adding the lone option pack that offers blind-spot monitoring with passive hands-free entry, rear cross-traffic alert, and push-button start system. The sunroof and the power-adjustable driver seats are great additions to the latest model of Impreza.

Transmission system, engine, and performance

Subaru Impreza comes with a four-cylinder engine that leads to 145 lb-ft of torque with 152 horsepower. The five-speed manual transmission system works really well, and the performance is further increased with all-wheel drive. Impreza maintains a near-perfect balance between handling and ride. The body of this super solid car doesn’t lean on sharp curves and the quick steering mechanism gives this compact car a better sense of verve. Furthermore, the short stopping distance and firm brake pedal serve really well during emergency braking situations.

Fuel economy, speed, and comfort

Users are impressed with the continuously variable automatic transmission system of Impreza. The premium model has earned the EPA ratings of 36 mpg for highways and 28 mpg for city roads whereas the hatchback powered with manual transmission can achieve 30 mpg highway and 22 mpg on city roads. Impreza interior is also rated high for its simple controls, easy-to-read gauges, and intuitive climate-control mechanism.

The cabin is finished with cushy armrests, soft-touch plastics, and an impressive finish. The ample legroom for the front seat is suitable for taller drivers and passengers will love the level of comfort.

It is a small car not intended for towing.