The base model increases by only $100
Subaru has been releasing 2021 pricing for its Legacy and Outback, as well as for its Forester in the last few weeks, and now it's finally announced pricing for the 2021 Subaru Impreza in both five-door hatch and four-door sedan guises. The Impreza range is offered in four trim levels, namely Base, Premium, Sport and Limited. 2021 models will arrive at Subaru dealers in October with a base price of $18,795, which is an increase of only $100. Along with the minor increase in price, improved specification is now on offer.
New for 2021, the Premium model gets a standard SI-Drive performance management system, and all cars fitted with the Lineartronic CVT come standard with Subaru EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, which includes features such as, Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure, and Sway Warning.
The base model of the range comes standard with a five-speed manual transmission and is priced at $18,795 for the sedan and $19,295 for the five-door. Opting for the CVT transmission raises those prices to $20,095 for the sedan and $20,595 for the five-door. The Impreza Premium is priced at $22,195 for the sedan and $22,695 for the five-door and includes all the features from the base model. The Impreza Sport five-door is priced from $22,995 with a standard five-speed manual transmission, while the CVT carries a price of $24,095. The top of the range Limited will cost you $25,895 for the sedan and $26,395 for the hatch. These prices do not include tax, registration, and a destination fee of $925.
All 2021 Subaru Impreza cars come with Subaru's tried and tested Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, making it the only compact on the market to be equipped with AWD as standard. All models are powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder direct injected boxer engine that produces 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque. The Lineartronic CVT transmission is available on all trim levels and, on Premium models and above, features a seven-speed manual mode with steering wheel paddle shifters.
The SI-Drive system on the Limited model gives buyers two selectable driving modes with sharper throttle programming to make the most of the lackluster power outputs. Despite this improving performance, up to 36 mpg on the highway ensures a driving range of more than 450 miles on a tank of gas.