Date: August 16, 2022
What’s your favorite Subaru model? When you’re in the market to buy a new car, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of the moment and not stop to consider which models are currently on sale, or which models are best suited to your driving habits. Here are four models of Subarus under $15,000 that will help you get the most bang for your buck!
The Impreza If you're looking for reliable and affordable used Subarus near Syracuse, NY, the Impreza is a great option. You can find them for under $15,000. The Impreza is a compact car that's great for city driving. It has excellent fuel economy and is very reliable. Plus, it's easy to find parts and services for the Impreza if you need it. Subaru has a long-standing reputation for reliability in all its models.
The Impreza is an efficient vehicle with low emissions and one of the lowest costs per mile in its class. The standard model comes with Subaru's Symmetrical All Wheel Drive system, so it'll be able to handle any condition no matter what time of year it is. One downside might be that it doesn't have a lot of cargo space or seating capacity compared to other models but if your needs are minimal then this may work out well for you!
In the Subaru Legacy 2.5i, the fuel economy is good and the driving is effortless, especially when using the continuously variable transmission: just pick a gear and go. In addition to sporty handling and a manual transmission, Legacy 2.5GT and Legacy 3.6R are both powerful engines with excellent low-rpm power with excellent drivability; all of them are powerful and luxurious, offer smooth handling, a low center of gravity, and nicely tuned suspensions.
The Legacy's interior trim is of high quality, and we especially liked the perforated leather on the Limited model. While they aren't luxury cars, they are premium in terms of the quality of the materials and the engineering that went into them. Both front- and rear-seat legroom is adequate. The average truck space is 14.7 cubic feet.
The handling and road-holding of the Outback are unexpected delights. With its horizontally opposed engine, the Outback's center of gravity remains low, so it handles better than nearly any crossover or wagon--and it drives like a car, not a truck. The electric power steering isn't very responsive, but the vehicle really shines off-road. Subaru's Outback can handle slippery slopes and rutted trails that other crossovers simply can not handle, thanks to its rigid structure, ample wheel travel, and electronic control systems.
The Subaru Outback boasts ample leg and headroom in both the front and rear seats, and the rear seat can seat nearly any adult comfortably. There is no third-row option, however; Subaru still offers its low-volume Tribeca crossover if you need it. The Outback's interior materials aren't particularly luxurious, with hard plastics on high-contact points like the lower door panels and center console, but they reflect its utility and built-to-be-used nature.
The WRX STI
The Subaru Impreza WRX is fun to drive and even more fun in the WRX STI, an evolution of World Rally Championship cars. The WRX is reasonable for daily use. Primarily modeled after Subaru's Impreza compact, the WRX models are cost-effective to drive due to their impressive performance, and, more than ever, make excellent cars for commuters who like a little spice in their daily commute. WRX models are available in two forms: four-door sedans and five-door hatchbacks.
When it first came out, the WRX and STI were vehicles only enjoyed by driving enthusiasts and boy racers, but nowadays the people driving these cars have moved on to newer, broader areas. These cars now have a surprisingly good amount of room in the back seat and roomy cargo capacity. Even though, in the powerful WRX, the all-wheel-drive system is considered to be a safety and foul-weather advantage, it is also marketed as a performance enhancement.
Drivers' cars do not come with automatic transmissions. Even so, WRX buyers seeking a smaller car with plenty of safety features should find it appealing. All models are equipped with all-wheel drive, electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and good crash-test results; with winter tires, cars are nearly unstoppable in poor weather.
If you are looking for a quality used Subaru near Syracuse NY for under $15,000, then visit the Binghamton Auto Exchange at 209 Vestal Parkway West in Vestal, NY. We have been specializing in pre-owned luxury under $15,000 since 1976. Call us today at 607-754-9118.
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