Car reviews - Subaru - Impreza - RV 5-dr hatch
20 Feb 2002
THE Impreza RV driver can alter both the height of the steering column and bucket seat up to 50mm in a bid to find a comfortable position. The left-hand stalk on the steering column controls front and rear wipers (the former with a variable intermittent function) and the right is used for indicators, main lights and instrument dimming. A further stalk is provided for the main cruise control functions. A driver's footrest is provided and a remote fuel release appears alongside the driver's seat. Cruise control on/off and front and rear foglight switchgear are positioned on the right-hand side of the dash, while electric window switchgear (including driver's auto up/down) is placed on the doors. The electric mirrors are adjusted via a switch on the centre console between the front seats, just in front of the lever for moving between high and low range (manual transmission models only).
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