The Impreza 5-door compact hatch is available in four trim packages, namely the 2.0i, 2.0i Premium 2.0i Sport and 2.0i Premium. All trim levels come standard with all-wheel drive and a 2.0 liter Boxer 4-cylinder engine producing 152 hp and 145 lb-ft of torque. Subaru’s intuitive Starlink Infotainment system is present on trim levels but with slight differences in display sizes and speaker count. The Limited is only available with a CVT gearbox, while the Premium and Sport get the option between the 5-speed and CVT. The base 2.0i makes due with a 5-speed manual. Leather touches on the Sport and Limited are a nice addition, as are the 8-inch Starlink infotainment systems. The Limited gets larger 17-inch alloy wheels, and the Sport looks beefy with its 225/40 R18 88V all-season tires and 18-inch alloys.
Subaru offers buyers an extensive list of additional options ranging from added safety equipment all the way to sports grills and bike racks. On the safety side of things, the top of the range $2,395 EyeSight Driver Assist Technology package will keep you even safer, and includes a moonroof, but for those who can do without seeing the moon through their ceiling can opt for the $1,395 package that features all the safety tech minus said roof. Interior options include a banging Rockford Fosgate audio upgrade for $499, a bunch of cargo trays and covers and some cool STI branded accessories of which the $453 roof spoiler is the best. A big chunk of the options list is dedicated to lyfestile products such as the Thule roof mounted bike carrier for $179.95. For the aspiring X-Games competitors, you'll be able to get a snowboard carrier for only $199.