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She intends to take the train from her King Albert Park home to her office at Alexandra when the new line opens.The aim of this new Impreza was to widen its mainstream appeal and Subaru has spent a lot of money and time getting away from the boy racer façade. The new car is handsome and stylish without coming across as low-rent.SINGAPORE - Hundreds of people took rides on the newest MRT line on Saturday (Dec 5), when Downtown Line 2 (DTL2) opened to the public for the first time ahead of its official opening on Dec 27.Roaming around the stations were life-size mascots of Move-In Martin, Give-Way Glenda and Stand-Up Stacey - cartoon characters from a Land Transport Authority (LTA) campaign to promote thoughtfulness on public transport.True enough, we visited the first phase of the cycling network and it is indeed a big improvement over the previous standard from Tampines.But that doesn't mean that it looks bad in any way.Subaru has been very well-known for its series of rally machines (both road-legal and illegal) under the WRX STi moniker.By 9.45am on Saturday (Dec 5), more than 20 people had gathered outside Beauty World Station.At six stations, commuters were treated to games and activities hosted by celebrities such as Irene Ang, Glenn Ong and Chua En Lai.

So it comes as a surprise when the updated Impreza appears somewhat mild.Just like the Legacy concept that was unveiled in 2009, the Impreza has an athletic physique that's characterised by bold defining lines on its bonnet, an aggressive nose and a pair of wide squinty headlights.Among them was programme manager Irene Tay, 43, who had sold her car in October in anticipation of the Line's opening.They could travel for free between 10am and 6pm and explore the layout and amenities of its 12 stations as part of the Line's open house.Unlike its predecessor, the sedan version of the base Impreza here doesn't reflect the part of something bigger to come.

Her two daughters, who study at Singapore Chinese Girls' School, will be able to wake up 25 minutes later, as the new Stevens station is walking distance from their school, she added. Senior Minister of State for Transport Ng Chee Meng, who rode the DTL2 and visited six stations, said the general feedback he got from commuters was that it was "very very convenient".