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KBB says: When it introduced an all-new Impreza last year, Subaru kept only one thing from the old car: its Subaruness. That's still the story with the 2018 Subaru Impreza. With its standard all-wheel drive, sporty handling, and a funky-sounding flat-4 engine, it really couldn't be anything else. Yet everything about the Impreza is better than ever before. It's stiffer than its predecessors, with a more refined suspension and sharper steering, enough that even mid-level models are still fun to drive. The Impreza offers up good interior space as well, with a rear seat that can accommodate adults at last.