Subaru stole the stage at the recent New York International Auto Show, where the automaker revealed the all-new 2017 Subaru Impreza, in both sedan and hatchback form, based on a new Subaru platform.
While Subaru may be best known for their SUVs, the Subaru Impreza has been a favorite among many since its inception. This new edition is sure to be no different, offering top-notch performance due to a low center of gravity and clever engineering.
We now know that the 2017 Subaru Impreza will be available in four trim levels – 2.0i base, Premium, Sport and Limited – with each trim level more advanced and feature-heavy than the last.
While we don’t know much about the new Impreza’s pricing, we do know that this model is set to hit dealerships by the end of the year. More information should soon be made public.
Until then, enjoy these images from the 2017 Subaru Impreza debut, and visit us anytime at Steve Lewis Subaru to check out our current selection of models!
When roads get wet, you’ll want to keep these tips to prevent hydroplaning in mind.
One of the greatest dangerous of the spring season is often misunderstood: hydroplaning. This term refers to what happens when your vehicle loses traction with the road, usually due to a thin layer of water or ice.
Typically, the risk for hydroplaning is at its highest shortly after a storm begins, or right after it starts raining. While your tires are usually able to grip onto the road, they lose this ability and you lose control.
The best thing you can do to avoid hydroplaning is to slow down when it is raining. It’s also important to avoid puddles – and especially to avoid large bodies of standing water, which could cause your vehicle to float away entirely.
It’s also important to avoid using cruise control during a storm, as this automatic feature will not adjust depending on the frequency of the rain – like a driver would.
If it begins to rain: turn off your cruise control and slow down to prevent hydroplaning, and don’t forget to increase the distance between your vehicle and the vehicles around it.
For more safety tips or to start out your season with a new vehicle, visit us at Steve Lewis Subaru.