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2012 Subaru Impreza Long Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Subaru

image2012 Subaru Impreza Long Term Road Test

A passenger offers impressions regarding our 2012 Subaru Impreza's comfort and spaciousness.

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  • easleseasles Posts: 13
    Yay, comments are back!

    Our identical car has bolsters that hit me in the right side of my body (on the driver's side seat, but still...) and not in a good way.

    That fact causes me actual pain when driving sometimes and I really regret not driving the Sport version before buying (there were none available, so I drove a base model).

    That said, I can usually shift around a bit and adapt and then it's not so bad.

    Other comments: the seat heaters take a long time to begin feeling warm. The low setting is good for long-distance driving but the high setting it too much.

    Not sure if this applies to the passenger seat comment section, but I thought I would take the chance to say something now that comments are back on the Long Term Blog.
  • Wonder what the support differences between leather and cloth are?
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