Month after month, Subaru’s sales continue to rise; remarkable when you consider they don’t sell a traditional crossover or 3-row SUV. But Americans have bought into their all-wheel drive, dog-loving ways, attracted to their mix sedans, hatchbacks and wagons. This is the all-new, 2018 Impreza. After a truncated run of 2017 models, this next generation Impreza is really hitting its stride. It’s the only Subaru “car” to see sales gains this year, up over 40%. For the first time, production has moved from Japan to the United States, riding upon a new platform designed to deliver significantly higher levels of driving pleasure, agility, crash protection and ride comfort.