Review: Subaru Impreza (2018)

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New Impreza hatchback in style of Levorg. All wheel drive.

1.6 or 2.0 litre non-turbo engines only. CVT automatic transmissions only. Cheapest starter price is £23,995.

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Subaru Impreza (2018): At A Glance

What does a Subaru Impreza (2018) cost?

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Real MPG average for a Subaru Impreza (2018)

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Average performance

91%

Real MPG

39 mpg

MPGs submitted

2

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Are there any long term problems with direct fuel injection engines over port injection engines?

Are there any long term problems with direct fuel injection engines over the port injection engines type? Particularly with Subaru's Impreza?
Yes. Because the fuel/air mix is directly injected, it does not enter the combustion chamber via the inlet valves and does not clean them. As a result, carbon can accumulate on the inlet valves. Volkswagen eventually solved this be introducing indirect as well as direct injection to its 1.8 litre and 2.0 litre TSI engines.
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