2017 Subaru Impreza vs. 2017 Honda Accord and 2017 Toyota Camry

Comparing the 2017 Subaru Impreza to the Competition

The Subaru Impreza has long been one of the very best sedan options for drivers throughout the Lafayette, LA area and other nearby areas like New Iberia, Baton Rouge, Opelousas, Alexandria, Lake Charles, and beyond. With its standard all-wheel drive, comprehensive comforts, and cutting-edge tech like the EyeSight® and STARLINK™ systems, the Impreza manages to stand out among its competitive segment. New for the 2017 model year, drivers will be able to choose between a sedan and a hatchback (5-door) body style, enhancing the value and satisfying array of options to choose from.

 Here at Giles Subaru, we've compiled a head-to-head comparison of the 2017 Impreza and some of its top competitors (2017 Honda Accord and 2017 Toyota Camry), so that drivers can more easily find the ideal car option for them to drive up and down the streets of Louisiana and wherever else life may take them.

Subaru Impreza vs Honda Accord

  • The first detail that drivers will notice is the base MSRP, and the Impreza sedan ($18,395) starts at just about four-thousand dollars lower than the Accord sedan ($22,355), highlighting impressive value in the Impreza.
  • The Impreza also offers both the sedan and hatchback options, while the Accord is only available as a sedan or coupe. The added versatility of a hatchback will be adored by many drivers that crave the added cargo space and interior versatility.
  • By offering the added advantages of the available EyeSight® driver assist technology, along with the STARLINK™ Multimedia system, the Impreza emerges as a more cutting-edge option than the comparatively lackluster Honda Accord.
  • In terms of safety offerings, the new Impreza and Accord are very close, but with the added advantages of EyeSight®, the Impreza stands out as a more protective option, for those that crave the confidence of cutting-edge safety systems.

Subaru Impreza vs Toyota Camry

  • Once again, the first detail that many drivers will notice is the price, and the base MSRP of the Impreza sedan ($18,395) sits at almost five-thousand dollars less than that of the Toyota Camry ($23,070), indicating the superior value of the 2017 Impreza.
  • The Impreza also delivers superior fuel economy ratings, offering *38mpg highway, while the Camry offers a comparatively meager *33mpg highway.
  • The Subaru Impreza offers a storied history of exceptional safety ratings, a trend which looks to continue with the available EyeSight® safety systems, and more which contribute to the incredible amount of awards and praise earned.
  • The Camry has no alternative body style for drivers, while the Impreza offers both the sedan and hatchback options, making the Impreza more able to deliver the experiences that drivers seek.