Redesigned 2017 Subaru Impreza Ticks up $100, Keeps all 5-Speed Manual
Despite the redesigned 2017 Subaru Impreza rolling on the brand’s completely brand-new Global Platform in addition to also sporting a retooled, though familiar, design, the starting cost for the all-wheel-drive mainstay is usually rising only $100. The brand-new Impreza, which is usually powered by a revised type of the FB 2.0-liter Boxer engine, starts at $19,215 for the sedan or $19,715 for the hatchback, including destination. of which’s with the standard all 5-speed manual; for either Centeng style, add $1000 for the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Note, however, of which the CVT will be the only type available at launch later This specific year; the manual arrives in 2017.
The naming structure for the trim levels has been slightly altered, with four types for sedans in addition to also hatchbacks: 2.0i, 2.0i Premium, 2.0i Sport (replacing the previous Sport Premium in addition to also Sport Limited), in addition to also 2.0i Limited. All use the same 152-hp engine, with the Premium in addition to also Limited versions getting the continuously variable automatic transmission only.
The base in addition to also Premium types types feature a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay in addition to also Android Auto capability, power windows, locks, in addition to also mirrors, a split-folding rear seat, a backup camera, in addition to also automated braking when backing up. The Premium adds heated seats in addition to also mirrors, 16-inch alloy wheels, windshield-wiper de-icer, in addition to also roof rails on the hatchback. The Premium sedan is usually $22,015, while the hatch is usually $500 more.
The Sport benefits by a retuned suspension, active torque vectoring, an 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system, in addition to also 18-inch wheels. of which features a black Indoor with red accents, while black trim dresses up the outdoor. The 2.0i Sport sedan can be had with the all 5-speed manual for $22,815, or $23,615 with the CVT. For the Sport hatch, those prices are $23,315 in addition to also $24,115.
The Impreza with the most accoutrements, the 2.0i Limited, tacks on about 25 percent of the cost of the base ride having a starting cost of $24,915 (sedan) in addition to also $25,415 (hatchback). For the extra bucks, you get the CVT, LED headlights in addition to also daytime running lights, 17-inch alloy wheels, more outdoor chrome trim, automatic climate control, turn signals on the side mirrors, keyless entry, pushbutton start, a six-way power driver’s seat, in addition to also a leather-trimmed Indoor.
The most important option for the Impreza is usually the EyeSight , which includes adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, in addition to also lane-departure warning. The cheapest option package with EyeSight also gives buyers blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, in addition to also swiveling fog lights all for $1395.
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As the launching point for Subaru’s scalable brand-new Global Platform, the 2017 Impreza is usually an important style for the brand. At This specific point, though, we’re happy about what hasn’t changed (much): the pricing, in addition to also the availability of a manual gearbox.