Female Speaker: In this spring the readers of the German auto magazine Auto Build Auto time shows the Subaru Impreza as the 2010 all wheel drive vehicle of the year. 27.5% voted for the Japanese midrange Wagon here in the ecomatic version powered by LPG. Having been tested in rally racing, the combination of the Subaru boxer engine and the symmetrical all wheel drive system makes the Impreza extremely stable on the road. The Impreza measures 1 meter 74 in width at the front what stands out most of the xenon headlights with their falcon design. The wagon is 4 meters 41 in length, and stands 1 meter 47 tall. The individual design of the Led taillights in particular enhance the design of the rear section. Inside great emphasis is placed on comfort, you can operate the radio and cruise control with buttons on your steering wheel also on board automatic air conditioning. At an extra cost of around 2,900 Euros the Subaru Impreza is also available as the ecomatic version which runs on LPG also known as auto gas. Right now auto gas is the cheapest fuel around with fuel prices more stable than any others. The all wheel drive gives you better grip and traction especially when going around the curves for a safe and comforting ride. In contrast to front and rear wheel drive there is no disturbing under or over steer. Subaru is the worlds largest maker of all wheel drive vehicles pricing for the Impreza begins just under 17,000 Euros for this smallest gasoline version. The 2.0 diesel serves for 25,500 Euros and up.