Subaru has pricing the pricing structure and full list of features for the all-new 2024 Impreza. For the new model year, the OEM’s compact car receives enhanced safety features and performance, as well as an updated set of multimedia technologies. At launch, the new Impreza will come as a 5-door hatchback in three trims – Base, Sport and a new RS trim level.
At base, the vehicle has a starting price of $22,995 (€21,806) and offers a variety of standard features – including EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, steering responsive LED headlights, dual zone automatic climate control, combination meter with 4.2-inch color LCD, and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System with individual tire display and automatic individual wheel ID registration.
Inside, a central information display pairs two Subaru Starlink 7.0-inch HD touchscreens as standard. The top screen controls various functions – including the Impreza’s smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity; its AM/FM stereo, Rear Vision Camera, SiriusXM All-Access Radio and Travel Link; as well as HD Radio. The bottom screen allows the user to interact with a set of digital controls for the climate and vehicle settings. Further standard equipment includes an Auto Stop-Start feature, keyless entry, a security system with an engine immobilizer, a USB-A input/charging port, and a 3.5 mm jack for audio playback in the front center console.
Priced from $24,995 (€23,703), the new Impreza’s Sport trim increases the diagonal size of Starlink display up to 11.6 inches which also includes six speakers. Supporting the upgrade is Keyless Access with Push-Button start and LED fog lights. The trim’s upgrades extend to the interior, where a USB-C input and charging port is located in the front center console alongside a 4.2-inch color LCD combination meter.
The model’s new RS trim, offered from $27,885 (€26,449), builds on the Sport with new standard features and ADAS – including All-Weather Package, Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Automatic Emergency Steering. The interior offers new features, such as an optional Harman Kardon 10-speaker system, and enhanced standard equipment such as a wireless phone charger as well as USB-A and USB-C charging ports in the rear center console.
After production on the 2024 Impreza commences at Subaru’s plant in Gunma, Japan, the OEM expects its new vehicle to arrive at its retailers in early summer 2023.