Ride & Handling

There's no question you're going to feel the road when driving the Impreza 2.5GT, but while the sport suspension always lets you know when you've driven over a large bump in the road, the impact from those bumps and holes isn't jarring to occupants. The shocks do a nice job absorbing impacts, and the car remains poised when driving on undulating roads. Body roll isn't a problem when pushing the car hard through a corner, as the 2.5GT feels nicely planted.

The 2.5GT's steering is worth highlighting, too, as it's precise. It takes some effort to turn the wheel, as there isn't a lot of power assistance, but that pays off when driving on the highway. The car doesn't feel twitchy or skittish in those circumstances, but rather locked-in and ready to track wherever you point it. It doesn't hurt that the steering wheel feels great in your hands, too, thanks to its thick leather-wrapped rim, which is standard.

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    ON
    This is the normal operating position after the engine is started. ...

    How to use the rear view camera
    When the shift lever or select lever is set to УRФ, the rear view camera automatically displays the rear view image from the vehicle. When the lever is set to other positions, the image before ...

    Selection of manual mode
    With the vehicle either moving or stationary, move the select lever from the УDФ position to the УMФ position to select the manual mode. 1) Upshift indicator 2) Downshift indicator 3) Gear po ...