Subaru unveils fuel-efficient Impreza in New York

Subaru unveils fuel-efficient Impreza in New York There were plenty of exciting unveilings at the recent New York International Auto Show, and Subaru did not show up empty-handed. The automaker debuted the 2012 edition of the Impreza, which has been touted for its impressive fuel economy.

The car company has boosted the Impreza's mileage by 30 percent, with the latest version being able to achieve up to 27 city and 36 highway miles per gallon. Those with bad credit auto loans are likely looking for a value in their next car purchase – choosing the new Subaru model will mean less trips to the gas pump and more money in your pocket.

The Impreza comes in five trims – base, Premium, Sport Premium, Limited and Sports Limited – and are offered with a 2.0-liter Bozer engine that powers up to 148 hp.

Features of the compact cat include remote keyless entry, a security system with an engine immobilizer, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity, iPod integration, heated front seats, a power moonroof, navigation system, XM Satellite Radio with traffic information and much more.