Buying a used car is a great deal more cost effective than purchasing a brand new one as on average a car loses 40% of its value within its first year. However, there are some risks involved so it is important to keep in mind a few things. Continue Reading →
- 2015 Impreza continues its fun-to-drive lineage, while boasting remarkable versatility, safety, comfort and fuel economy with a standard PZEV engine.
- Subaru’s advanced active safety system, EyeSight, is available for the first time on Impreza models.
- Technology improvements include a standard MediaHub with Bluetooth, iPod and USB connectivity, audio integration, a 6.2-inch colour touch screen and Subaru’s exclusive STARLINK system.
- Pricing for the new 2015 Impreza remains to offer a starting price of $19,995 while including many more features.
Subaru Canada, Inc. is excited to announce the release of the new 2015 Subaru Impreza this fall, which features new exterior and interior styling, enhanced infotainment systems, more standard features, improved fuel economy and the availability of Subaru’s advanced driver assist system, EyeSight. Available in sedan and hatchback variations, the new 2015 Subaru Impreza elevates its longstanding qualities of being extremely capable, versatile, fun-to-drive, safe and fuel efficient in the compact segment to new heights. The starting price of the 2015 Subaru Impreza remains to begin at $19,995 despite the host of new standard features included. Continue Reading →
Designed and developed by McLaren GT, the 12C GT Sprint retains many of the unique systems from the road car, such as Proactive Chassis Control (PCC), Brake Steer and the active McLaren Airbrake, which are all honed to deliver a true GT racing experience. Continue Reading →
According to new figures from an influential report, used car sales in the UK have hit an impressive nine-year high. This has in turn generated a record market value of £42.7 billion, as consumers are increasingly motivated to save money and get more value for their hard earned capital. In addition to this, it is also worth noting that dealerships and automotive retailers also reclaimed a larger share of this expanding market, operating 58% as opposed to the 38% controlled by private vendors. Continue Reading →