The Subaru Impreza is made for New England driving - and it's also built to last. In fact, statistics show that it's the longest-lasting vehicle in its class: 97% of all Imprezas sold within the last 10 years are still on the road today. It also has a better resale value than most of its competitors and is consistently one of the best-selling all-wheel drive cars. For 2020, the Impreza is once again offered in four-door (sedan) and five-door (hatchback) versions, and it's showing off a revised front fascia and grille. As always, it delivers standard AWD, a fine multimedia system, and a generous offering of state-of-the-art advanced safety features.


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Trim Levels


The 2020 Impreza comes in four trim levels: Base, Premium, Sport, and Limited. The Base trim has a low MSRP of $18,695 for the sedan version and just a tad more for the five-door. Either body style comes standard with the Subaru STARLINK 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system featuring Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and other hands-free technology, plus a four-speaker audio system, cloth seats, manual folding side mirrors, a front USB port, and daytime running lights. The Premium trim adds the STARLINK Safety and Security system, fog lights, the Subaru EyeSight driver-assist technology suite, another pair of speakers for the audio system, and the All-Weather Package, which includes heated front seats, a heated windshield, and heated exterior mirrors.


In addition to some performance upgrades, the Sport trim adds 18-inch wheels, integrated turn signals on the exterior mirrors, special sport cloth upholstery with contrasting red stitching, a black-finish front grille, a rear trunk spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, push-button start, SI-Drive engine/throttle control (CVT models only), and a larger Subaru STARLINK 8-inch Multimedia Plus infotainment system with more features, highlighted by 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity. Finally, the top-tier Limited trim comes standard with 17-inch wheels, steering-responsive LED headlights, a 6-way power driver's seat, an automatic climate control system, a leather-trimmed interior, and some more advanced active safety technologies.



Mechanical Features


All Impreza models are powered by a 152 horsepower 2.0-liter direct-injection Subaru Boxer engine. To the delight of old-school drivers who like to fully control their gear changes, both body styles of the base trim and the hatchback version of the Sport trim come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission, but they're eligible for the Lineartronic continuously variable transmission that comes standard on the other trims. With this CVT the Premium trim and above also get a 7-speed manual mode that's controlled through paddle shifters on the steering wheel. All Impreza trims also come standard with Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive - a bonus that sets it apart from competitors, since buyers don't have to pay more for this sought-after feature (which, by the way, is not even offered on most rival cars in the segment). Fuel economy with the Lineartronic CVT is an EPA-estimated 28 mpg city/36 mpg highway, which allows for more than 450 miles on one tank of gas. That makes the Impreza one of the most fuel-efficient all-wheel drive cars in the industry.




Backed by Subaru's reputation for high-quality engineering and outstanding safety, the Impreza proves to be a notably safe vehicle, earning a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for its exceptional scores in government-issued collision tests. All Impreza models feature an advanced airbag system consisting of front side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags, and a driver's knee airbag, and a tire pressure monitoring system. All trims also come standard with brake assist, vehicle dynamics control, and a rear-vision camera. In addition, Subaru's EyeSight driver-assist technology, which is available on the Base and standard on all other trims, includes adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, lane keep assist, and lane departure and sway warning. Finally, blind-spot detection with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert are also available on the Premium and Sport trims, but it comes standard on the Premium. High-beam assist and reverse automatic braking are standard features on the Premium, but they are not available on any other trims.

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