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Old 01-15-2013, 05:01 PM   #2926
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the MPG and overall looks drove me from a Mazda 3. BUT i got this car thinking maybe i can get 33 mpg (i have the 5sp) if the conditions are correct, but i wasnt expecting to get 33mpg overall. I was expecting 28mpg overall (the combined number) and until it got cold that is what I was getting.

either way, i am perfectly happy with my choice.
Likewise.. Honestly.. after a few fill ups you get over the fuel efficiency if you enjoy the car itself. I have even pulling an AVG of 25-26 mpg(though it annoys me at times). I bought this car in October, Weather was a bit iffy and so I honestly have no summer numbers to line up against. I just understand some peoples frustration with the mpg's.

For me it was this, an Elentra GT or a Veloster (all were pretty much equally priced with the same features). I do not regret the impreza just wish the MPG's i'm pulling were a weee bit better. that's it.
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Old 01-15-2013, 05:39 PM   #2927
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over here diesel costs 30% more, so if you are getting 25% less mpg than with the diesel you still come out ahead.
Yeah, I figure I'm just about breaking even on fuel costs. Where I'm coming out ahead with the Impreza is reliability (and ultimately the out-of-warranty repair costs associated with the TDI's lack of reliability), and lower insurance premiums.

For me, the Impreza won out over the Mazda3 and the Focus.
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Old 01-15-2013, 05:43 PM   #2928
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Yeah, I figure I'm just about breaking even on fuel costs. Where I'm coming out ahead with the Impreza is reliability (and ultimately the out-of-warranty repair costs associated with the TDI's lack of reliability), and lower insurance premiums.

For me, the Impreza won out over the Mazda3 and the Focus.
The awd and looks with a side of mpg are we pushed me off a Mazda 3, and I couldn't find a decent used one with a manual trans.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:29 PM   #2929
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I was REALLY looking into a Jetta Sportwagen TDI for a long time. My brother in law got a new Golf TDI and regularly hits 50 mpg. It's a really nice little car, gets great mileage, has nice features, fit finish etc. I thought the Sportwagen would be nice too but it ended up costing like $5000 more than my Imp. The 5 cylinder was out of the question. The reliability data really threw me off too.

I probably would have gone with the latest gen Civic if they made hatchbacks/wagons of them. Something compact, economical, with heated leather and bluetooth.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:43 PM   #2930
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Yes, TDIs start at $25k, and go up from there with options. All that, and unreliability too!

I owned one. Dumped it after 27 months and 30k miles of ownership The MK6 TDI (the current version) is incredibly problematic. Wish your brother-in-law luck with his TDI. Maybe when it leaves him stranded, you can come pick him up in your Impreza.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:57 PM   #2931
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We're not talking low 30's.. we're talking about upper to mid 20's on some cases. He and many are griping about 'barely' being able to approach the 30 mpg mark in any way shape or form. Way below expected and even advertised.....




Again, IF mpg's not only compared to previous cars but also what this car is currently rated was a focal point in deciding to buy the impreza then aside from all other factors the fact that this vehicle is clearly not meeting expectations of some consumers is and will be an absolute eyesore. Screw the "awesomeness" of the TDI. You don't buy a product based on manufactured backed claims and then just "accept" that product when it isn't meeting said expectations. (Correction.. some do.. others won't)

Just so you can see where he stated this...



Carry on....
Thank you Zauri!.. and Thank you also sgoldste01. You both have many truths... I appreciate all the input and thoughts. I do miss my GTI, awesome car.. bought it b/c I had a 1992 16v GTI, best car ever built IMO. Yes did sell my GTI b/c driving a 6spd everyday in traffic is annoying. I guess I have been spoiled b/c I had an a/t Buick DD and 2 fantastic manual cars for fun time.

I did buy the Impreza though for the advertised MPG's with AWD, leather and Moonroof. Yes I could have bought a GTI DSG but wanted to "say" downsize moneywise and get a practical A/T DD with AWD. It does rain and snow here too.

So to make a long story short... this car fails to me b/c of the MPG's that were advertised. I fully enjoyed my super ugly 97 v6 Buick Skylark during my daily commute and returned about 25/26 MPG per tank, Drove the GTI for bit during my daily commute and easily returned 31+ MPG per tank with some spirited fun driving, so .... think about this... when you see an all new 2013 Impreza, Wagon (did not want a 12 b/c usually bugs are worked out year later) Leather, Moonroof, AWD, A/T and advertised MPG's 27 city 36 highway, I said hey this car fits my Niche.

Bottom line is,,, car cannot achieve the stated MPG's. That simple. I am mourning my GTI due to this fact alone. I have a 2012 Boss 302 to drive for fun. Had I known I was being misled and that this car basically returns just the city MPG, yes I would rather be driving the GTI and at least have some fun while meeting My MPG needs. I wanted a DD that got mid 30MPG to go back and forth to work, that simple. This car does not do that... and my drive is as stated 80% highway. And to be honest, aside from a few claims which I dont see possible.... dont see anybody meeting the EPA claims for this car. As I stated, many if not all are just justifying why and ok with it.

Whatever... It is not a bad car at all IMO - But I did buy based upon needs and advertised/reviewed MPG's and am truley disapointed. Hate being taken! Wont happen again.. at least by Subaru. But Seriously... to all of you who are happy with your cars.. Drive them and Enjoy them!! Good Luck to all. I am done complaining.. I will either as stated.. accept.. or move on. Time will tell. Still Pissed though
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:49 AM   #2932
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IMWO, getting rid of the Impreza would be better. Since it failed to meet your expectations, no sense in holding on to it and resenting your purchase for longer than necessary. Same goes for any car that fails to meet an enthusiast's needs. Goes double if you find yourself constantly thinking of a replacement DD such as another GTI. Feel free to take that advice for what it's worth. And best of luck with what ever you decide to do.
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:53 AM   #2933
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This car does not do that... and my drive is as stated 80% highway.
How fast do you drive on the highway?
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:41 AM   #2934
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How fast do you drive on the highway?
I've asked several times with no response. Maybe it is with traffic flow doing 80+ and he knows it is killing mpg....
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:16 AM   #2935
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I've asked several times with no response. Maybe it is with traffic flow doing 80+ and he knows it is killing mpg....
Post #2909 He stated 60-65mph as his highway speed, it is probably the bumper to bumper that is killing his mileage if he isn't exceeding 65mph.

Of course he could pop on the instant MPG reading display and get some idea of what the true Highway number is while cruising 60mph vs 65mph. Although the display is slightly inflated, it isn't going to be showing mid 20's.

When he looks at the same display in bumper to bumper traffic, all will be clear.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:19 AM   #2936
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How fast do you drive on the highway?
What I'd also like to know is, "Describe the other 20% of your driving that isn't on the highway."

This raises an interesting point. Because of the way the EPA sticker on our cars list "City" and "Highway" MPG estimates, people tend to lump their mileage into these two categories. But in reality, there's a spectrum that spans between "city" and "highway".

For example, I would say that 60% to 80% of my driving is truly "highway" where I can get up to 60 MPH, and then set my cruise control and drive for an extended period of time with little gas/brake intervention. The other 20% to 40% of my driving is a mix of typical suburban driving, with a stop sign or traffic light every half mile or so, and some nasty rush-hour traffic jam traffic where I'm creeping for a mile or two until I get past the accident on the shoulder of the road that's causing the delay.

It would be interesting to know (and can probably be determined by reading the EPA description of their testing procedure) how the EPA defines "city". Is my suburban driving considered "city"? Is my traffic jam driving "city"? Or is "city" something in between?

A similar question could then be asked of VWGTI's driving conditions. Is the 20% of his driving that isn't highway more like my suburban driving conditions, or is it more like my traffic jam driving conditions? Judging from the way he gave up a GTI that he liked so that he could have an auto tranny car, I'm guessing that his 20% is more like my traffic jam driving conditions; my suburban driving conditions aren't annoying enough to make a driving enthusiast give up his clutch.

I'm going to assume a couple of things, and invite others to correct me if I'm wrong:
  • The EPA's definition of "city" isn't as severe as bumper-to-bumper traffic jam driving.
  • VWGTI's non-highway driving is more like traffic jam driving, and is therefore more severe than what the EPA defines as "city" driving.

And if these assumptions are correct, then they explain why VWGTI can't hit the EPA's estimates. I think 20% of his driving is more severe than the EPA's city fuel economy test.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:20 AM   #2937
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Zeeper, you and I were typing these last replies at the same time, and our messages are basically the same.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:17 AM   #2938
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And if these assumptions are correct, then they explain why VWGTI can't hit the EPA's estimates. I think 20% of his driving is more severe than the EPA's city fuel economy test.
Right, he might be burning 50% or more of his fuel over that 20% of distance.

vwgti, reset your trip meter when your highway driving begins. If the car gets mid 30's, you know it's working as advertised.

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Old 01-16-2013, 11:00 AM   #2939
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I dropped about 1 mpg roughly on average with winter fuel. My last tank was 28.3 mpg on Fuelly. Mixed 65 mph highway driving, 80+ mph highway driving, and horrible suburban weekend driving to horrible malls and shopping centers.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:56 AM   #2940
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Coming from a 2012 Ford Focus (DCT), which averaged 32 mpg on my 20 mile (each way) commute of 70/30 urban/suburban driving, and achieved 39.6 mpg on highway trips, I knew that the Impreza couldn't compete in that regard.

With 1000 miles on the clock, running 15" Dunlop Winter Sport 3Ds, and driving according to the break-in procedure, I'm averaging 25.2 mpg during my commute. I haven't taken any highway trips yet.

I'm hoping my mpgs will climb to 27-28 (commuting) when the car is fully broken in and warmer weather returns. If it stays planted in the 25 mpg range, I will be a bit disappointed.
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Rememo, why did you get rid of the 2012 Focus? Just curious, because that was a car that I seriously considered before buying the Impreza.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:18 PM   #2942
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maybe he was in this group of unhappy customers

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2011...sumer-reports/
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:25 PM   #2943
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Coming from a 2012 Ford Focus (DCT), which averaged 32 mpg on my 20 mile (each way) commute of 70/30 urban/suburban driving, and achieved 39.6 mpg on highway trips, I knew that the Impreza couldn't compete in that regard.

With 1000 miles on the clock, running 15" Dunlop Winter Sport 3Ds, and driving according to the break-in procedure, I'm averaging 25.2 mpg during my commute. I haven't taken any highway trips yet.

I'm hoping my mpgs will climb to 27-28 (commuting) when the car is fully broken in and warmer weather returns. If it stays planted in the 25 mpg range, I will be a bit disappointed.
You will easily get 2-3 increased mpg during warm weather. About 50F and up. Especially if youre still breakin in the car, by time spring comes you should see better mpg.
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You will easily get 2-3 increased mpg during warm weather. About 50F and up. Especially if youre still breakin in the car, by time spring comes you should see better mpg.
And if you can find E0 (ethanol-free) gas, that will help too.
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:00 PM   #2945
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Rememo, why did you get rid of the 2012 Focus? Just curious, because that was a car that I seriously considered before buying the Impreza.
I've never had such a love/hate relationship with a car. It was a fantastic car in many ways, but the DCT (dual-clutch transmission) and My Ford Touch tended to misbehave too often. Couple those two issues with the rattles, and I couldn't take it any more. Everything rattled; the headliner, the doors, the dash, the seats... it was insane. The two dash rattles I have in the Impreza are NOTHING compared to the Focus. There was also a front suspension clunk, the source of which has yet to be determined. One resourceful owner replaced most of his front suspension components, including installing a beefier strut tower brace from the ST, only to have his suspension rattle return. He eventually traded his Focus for a VW.

The last straw came on a summer night when I had to pull out into heavy traffic. I had an opening, I gave the car some gas, the DCT became confused and bogged down, and by the time I was able to correct the situation, the guy behind me was forced to slam on his brakes. The weird thing is, that same DCT could be fantastic when it was working perfectly. The Focus could be pretty quick for a 2.0 powered car.

Also, the resale value of the Focus is plummeting. I mean, I watched it drop considerably just during the three months that I was researching replacement vehicles. I'm usually very careful with my money, so for me to take the hit and trade the Focus, which I planned to keep for 10+ years, was not a decision I made lightly, but if I was going to do it, I had to move quickly.

The Focus will be a great car, but it needs to "age" a bit longer.

If you are considering one, I suggest you rent one for a week. A test drive just won't tell you what you need to know.


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Your love/hate relationship with your Focus sounds a lot like the love/hate relationship I had with my 2010 Golf TDI before I sold it to buy my Impreza. Sheesh, what a cluster-F that car was, and VW continues to build MK6 TDIs in 2013 with the exact same problems my 2010 TDI had.

The first opportunity VW might use to fix these issues will be the MK7 TDIs that they start selling in 2014, and I wouldn't bet on that car, either.
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Your love/hate relationship with your Focus sounds a lot like the love/hate relationship I had with my 2010 Golf TDI before I sold it to buy my Impreza. Sheesh, what a cluster-F that car was, and VW continues to build MK6 TDIs in 2013 with the exact same problems my 2010 TDI had.

The first opportunity VW might use to fix these issues will be the MK7 TDIs that they start selling in 2014, and I wouldn't bet on that car, either.
key word is might. i dont' think they have attemtped to fix diesel issues since the 1.8's
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:21 PM   #2948
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key word is might. i dont' think they have attemtped to fix diesel issues since the 1.8's
Well, to be accurate, the issues with the MK6 TDI (with the 2.0L common-rail engine) are unique to the MK6, and were not inherited from the 1.8.

Part of the challenge came from the switch to Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD), which stripped much of the lubricating qualities from the fuel. The High Pressure Fuel Pump relies on the fuel for lubrication, but the quality of our diesel here in the USA is sketchy and inconsistent, so many of these cars are grenading their fuel pumps. For the first year or two, VW was blaming the customer of accidentally putting gas in the car (gas has no lubricating qualities at all), but eventually this was proven largely false. Instead of putting better fuel pumps in the car, VW continues to simply replace them whenever they fail, along with the fuel injectors, fuel lines, fuel tank, and so on, to the tune of an $8k job. Why so many parts? Because when the fuel pump fails, it sends shards of metal throughout the fuel system, ruining everything.

Many MK6 TDI customers are also complaining of intercooler freezing problems. If you drive the car in the right (or wrong?) conditions (temps around freezing; high humidity; a gibbous moon; etc.), ice forms in the intercooler. Then, if the temps rise while the car is parked (outdoor temps rise; you park in your heated garage; etc.), the ice melts into the bottom of the intercooler, rendering the car either difficult or impossible to start. If the engine hydrolocks, bent rods could result. In 2011, VW designed and released an intercooler kit which largely fixes cars that get towed to the dealership when they can't start. Has VW started building these improved intercoolers into the MK6 TDIs to avoid problems with new cars? No, the 2013 TDIs continue to roll off the assembly line with the crap intercooler, even though VW designed an improved part.

I'm not saying that the 1.8 TDIs didn't have problems. I'm just saying that the 1.8 TDIs didn't have these problems.

It's so nice to get into my Impreza and not have to make the sign of the cross on my chest before turning the key.
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the article i posted above pretty much hit what rememo stated right on the head. Considering all the ppl complaining about the impreza rattles i would say show me an econobox that doesn't rattle and i would be amazed. Fords recent missteps have yet again killed their recovering reputation. I have no idea how they can do so well for a year to 2 then just tank so quickly.
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:51 PM   #2950
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Here is what I am averaging using Fuelly. http://www.fuelly.com/driver/Porky7mm if anyone is interested. We mainly do highway as we live 12 miles from a grocery store here. This is since new in the spring, and all tanks are in there, even some that are partial fill ups I forgot to put as such... This also has a CVT and we both are heavy...
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