2012 Subaru Impreza Long Term Road Test


2012 Subaru Impreza: You Knew The Bike Fit

November 12, 2012

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But what about two 8-foot long folding tables? These are the two tables and six chairs I borrowed from my neighbor for my kid's birthday party a couple of weeks ago, the same tables that the CR-V swallowed up no problem. My neighbor John runs the U.S. subsidiary of RS-R, the Japanese aftermarket suspension manufacturer, and I needed to get the tables, chairs and two coolers back to his shop in Orange County.

He graciously delivered them with his Tundra before the party and it was the least I could do to get them back to his shop. The tables loaded into the Impreza with the same ease as they did in the CR-V. Similar configuration, too: remove the headrest from the passenger seat, drop the rear seatbacks, slide the passenger seat forward and max recline it. Easy. Impreza continues to impress with its everyday livability and usefulness, if not its inebriated transmission.

Dan Frio, Automotive Editor

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