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Zachary Stell 2020-09-05
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Subaru has announced the official list price for its 2021 Impreza lineup. The base model Impreza starts at $18,795, representing a price increase of only $100 compared to the 2020 model. As always, the 2021 Impreza line comes standard with all-wheel drive. All Impreza models fitted with the CVT transmission come standard with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. For 2021, the … Continue reading
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Rosalie Lee 2021-06-21
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Subaru has revealed pricing for its 2022 Impreza models along with some of the changes and updates for the model year. Pricing for the Impreza starts at $18,795 before the destination, and delivery charges are added in. Subaru is offering the car in both sedan and five-door models, and as always, the Impreza is the only compact passenger car in … Continue reading
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Lillian Barnwell 2017-07-21
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Even though Subaru just released its all-new Impreza last year, the automaker has already seen fit to throw an upgrade or two in its direction.

The 2018 Subaru Impreza, which goes on sale this fall, receives two minor updates and a small bump in its price.

New standard tech on all but the base trim automatically engages the headlights after turning on the windshield wipers, which is a nice little safety feature.

The only other change for 2018 is the addition of a STI short-throw shifter on Sport models with five-speed manuals.

The base 2018 Subaru Impreza 2.0i starts at $18,495, a bump of just $100 over the 2017 Impreza.

Standard equipment includes a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel and carpeted floor mats.

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Kyle Greathouse 2017-04-04
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The Crosstrek is an SUV alternative worth considering, and the new model promises significant upgrades over its predecessor.

With a redesigned Impreza sedan and hatchback rolling into showrooms, Subaru is updating a popular model based on the Impreza.

No, we’re not talking about the WRX, but rather the Crosstrek pseudo-crossover.

Taking a standard all-wheel drive car and giving it some SUV-like styling cues worked pretty well with the Outback, so Subaru gave the Impreza the same treatment and launched the first-generation Crosstrek (also known as the XV Crosstrek) in 2012.

Debuting at the 2017 New York Auto Show, the second-generation 2018 Crosstrek switches to the new Impreza platform, gaining some upgrades in the process.

Like the recently redesigned Impreza, the Crosstrek is slightly larger than before, but features more expressive styling in an attempt to jazz things up a bit.

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Donald Herrera 2018-07-06
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Subaru has priced up the 2019 Impreza, nudging up the sticker by $100 but still sneaking onto dealerships forecourts at under $19k.

Pricing for both the Impreza sedan and 5-door has been confirmed, along with new active safety features like Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology.

They power adaptive cruise control, along with lane keep assistance and sway warnings.

They can also help with pre-collision braking, and pre-collision throttle management.

For the 2019 Impreza, EyeSight will be an $845 option across the range, though the 2019 Impreza Limited trim will get it as standard.

Each gets a 2.0-liter four-cylinder Boxer engine, with 152 horsepower, and standard all-wheel drive.

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Kristie Hernandez 2017-05-18
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p Since 1993, the Impreza has been Subaru’s rival to popular compact cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla.

While it’s never sold in anywhere near the numbers of those segment leaders, the Impreza’s offbeat character and all-wheel drive have made it a hit in certain regions like the Northeast, where we grabbed the keys to a 2017 Impreza 2.0i Sport model.

The 2017 model marks the first full redesign of the Impreza in five years, and it’s a very important model for Subaru.

It debuts the new Subaru Global Platform, which will eventually form the basis for most of the company’s models.

So can the new Impreza spread the Subaru gospel will still keeping the faithful happy?

It’s based on the new Subaru Global Platform, which brings a host of improvements including increased structural rigidity, and changes to the suspension setup.

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James Dalporto 2018-12-26
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Subaru plans to reveal two new concepts in Japan next month, with the Impreza STI and the Forester STI headed to the Tokyo Auto Salon 2019.

The two concept cars will take two fairly mainstream cars – a hatchback and a crossover – and give them a sporting makeover, though that doesn’t mean there’s all good news.

The Impreza STI Concept is a frustrating reminder to Subaru fans that there’s still no speedy hatchback in the automaker’s range in the US.

There’s still no shortage of appetite for a fast five-door, rather than the current WRX and WRX STI sedans American drivers get, but Subaru shows no sign of delivering it.

This Impreza STI Concept, though, imagines something along those lines.

It starts out with the regular Impreza hatchback which is available in the US, but throws on some extras.

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Donald Ellison 2016-12-15
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On the rare occasions when a competing automaker offers an AWD version of a basic bread & butter commuter and grocery-getter, it s always at the top of the price walk, but since 1993, Subaru has been building the Impreza with AWD at a price comparable to every other compact economy model on the road.

It s a compact economy car available as a four-door sedan or five-door hatchwagon, powered by Subaru s quirky but solid horizontally-opposed four-cylinder engine, with AWD.

Subaru fanatics will be jumping to the comments about now to point out that some early 1.8-liter Imprezas were FWD-only, and there were some really sweet two-door coupes made as late as 2001.

That s all true, but the appeal of the Impreza has always been the solid economy car value proposition with AWD as the sweetener.

An Impreza will go anywhere on any day of the year, and you don t have to drive a ponderous SUV or brutal 4WD pickup truck to do it.

The foundation of the next-generation Impreza is the new Subaru Global Platform.

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Subaru Impreza in columbus 2020-02-13
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Visit Byers Subaru - Columbus for a variety of new and used cars by Subaru in the Columbus area.

Our greater Dublin, Westerville, and Grove City Subaru dealership is ready to assist you!

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Thomas Park 2019-10-25
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Two engine issues have led to separate recalls for the Subaru Crosstrek and Impreza, according to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

This issue affects 2018-2019 Crosstrek vehicles and 2017-2019 Impreza models.

According to the documents filed on Oct. 18, the ECM may continue to power the ignition coil after the driver shuts the vehicle off.

The situation increases the risk of a crash.

Subaru said warning signs for the problem include irregular vibrations and cylinder misfires while the engine runs.

Updated ECM software will fix the problem, the automaker said, and owners will need to bring their cars to a dealer to have the software installed.

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New Subaru in richmond 2020-02-28
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You can still buy your dream car without going over budget!

View available pre-owned cars at this Richmond, VA Subaru dealer.

Forester, Impreza, Crosstrek, and more!

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Mark Alexander 2017-04-14
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The connected car revolution is taking place in fits and starts.

With a recent 2017 Subaru Impreza test, the car itself was a little on the jerky side as well — but in a good way.There are two cameras mounted on either side of the rear view mirror.

(My guess is that even a robot sees obstructions better in color.)

The feature is called EyeSight, and it can help in tricky traffic situations.During my test, the cameras were constantly watching for other objects.

One of the most common reasons people get into fender-benders has to do with a yield sign.

Sometimes, cars pull ahead and then brake again because they see oncoming traffic.The Impreza cameras know this, and unlike any car I’ve tested recently, will ease back quickly on the throttle, slowing the car.

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Emma Martin 2017-07-22
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The Subaru Crosstrek occupies the same space that the Subaru Forester did 15 years ago.

When the Outback and Forester grew fat in middle age, the company wisely brought out the Crosstrek — a new bantamweight competitor — back in 2012.

The Crosstrek is a truly compact crossover SUV, or tall wagon if we’re being completely honest.

The Crosstrek has become a favorite of people who have to haul groceries and a bit of stuff around town, as well as those who lug camping or sports equipment on the weekend.

The Crosstrek now joins the 2017 Subaru Impreza on the new Subaru Global Platform, which is 70 percent stiffer than the outgoing Impreza-based chassis.

In the drivetrain department, a six-speed manual transmission is standard on the base and Premium trims, with CVT available on all trims and standard on the top Limited trim.

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Garland Marsella 2016-08-12
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Subaru is planning on entering the electric crossover segment in the coming years, according to Japanese media outlets.

The yet-unnamed battery-powered model is still at the embryonic stage of development.

However, we already know that it will ride on the new, highly modular Subaru Global Platform SGP that will make its debut under the all-new fifth-generation Impreza we expect to see in showrooms by the end of the year.

The crossover will be a midsize model bigger than the Impreza, which is positioned at the bottom of the Subaru lineup, and it will share more than a handful of components with either the next Forester or the next Outback.

It will boast a generous amount of ground clearance to take its occupants off the beaten path, and it goes without saying that it will feature an EV-specific version of Subaru s time-tested symmetrical all-wheel drive system.

While developing an electric off-roader is easier said than done, Subaru has previously explained that it needs to embrace electrification in order to meet the stringent fuel economy and emissions regulations that are scheduled to come into effect in the United States in the coming years.

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Scott Mayle 2018-06-22
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When Subaru introduced a new version of its Crosstrek for 2018, it was just $100 more expensive than the outgoing model.

It appears Subaru is keeping that pricing theme alive for 2019 with only minor price bumps.

The 2019 Subaru Crosstrek will start at $21,895, a bump of just $100 over last year.

A six-speed manual is standard on the base model, and a CVT adds $1,000 to the window sticker.

Unlike last year, the base Crosstrek can now be had with Subaru EyeSight, the automaker's suite of passive and active safety systems that includes automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and lane keep assist.

Adding it bumps the price by just $845, but it can only be added to vehicles with the CVT.

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Donald Herrera 2019-10-25
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Union ratifies UAW-GM agreement to officially end 40-day strike

Subaru recalls Crosstrek and Impreza models for two engine issues

A BMW-powered Land Rover Defender SVR could be coming, report says

Senator Chuck Schumer proposes plan to electrify nation's vehicle fleet

AutoComplete: Mazda debuts its first-ever EV in Tokyo

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Zachary Stell 2020-09-05
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Subaru has announced the official list price for its 2021 Impreza lineup. The base model Impreza starts at $18,795, representing a price increase of only $100 compared to the 2020 model. As always, the 2021 Impreza line comes standard with all-wheel drive. All Impreza models fitted with the CVT transmission come standard with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. For 2021, the … Continue reading
Lillian Barnwell 2017-07-21
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Even though Subaru just released its all-new Impreza last year, the automaker has already seen fit to throw an upgrade or two in its direction.

The 2018 Subaru Impreza, which goes on sale this fall, receives two minor updates and a small bump in its price.

New standard tech on all but the base trim automatically engages the headlights after turning on the windshield wipers, which is a nice little safety feature.

The only other change for 2018 is the addition of a STI short-throw shifter on Sport models with five-speed manuals.

The base 2018 Subaru Impreza 2.0i starts at $18,495, a bump of just $100 over the 2017 Impreza.

Standard equipment includes a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel and carpeted floor mats.

Donald Herrera 2018-07-06
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Subaru has priced up the 2019 Impreza, nudging up the sticker by $100 but still sneaking onto dealerships forecourts at under $19k.

Pricing for both the Impreza sedan and 5-door has been confirmed, along with new active safety features like Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology.

They power adaptive cruise control, along with lane keep assistance and sway warnings.

They can also help with pre-collision braking, and pre-collision throttle management.

For the 2019 Impreza, EyeSight will be an $845 option across the range, though the 2019 Impreza Limited trim will get it as standard.

Each gets a 2.0-liter four-cylinder Boxer engine, with 152 horsepower, and standard all-wheel drive.

James Dalporto 2018-12-26
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Subaru plans to reveal two new concepts in Japan next month, with the Impreza STI and the Forester STI headed to the Tokyo Auto Salon 2019.

The two concept cars will take two fairly mainstream cars – a hatchback and a crossover – and give them a sporting makeover, though that doesn’t mean there’s all good news.

The Impreza STI Concept is a frustrating reminder to Subaru fans that there’s still no speedy hatchback in the automaker’s range in the US.

There’s still no shortage of appetite for a fast five-door, rather than the current WRX and WRX STI sedans American drivers get, but Subaru shows no sign of delivering it.

This Impreza STI Concept, though, imagines something along those lines.

It starts out with the regular Impreza hatchback which is available in the US, but throws on some extras.

Subaru Impreza in columbus 2020-02-13
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Visit Byers Subaru - Columbus for a variety of new and used cars by Subaru in the Columbus area.

Our greater Dublin, Westerville, and Grove City Subaru dealership is ready to assist you!

New Subaru in richmond 2020-02-28
img

You can still buy your dream car without going over budget!

View available pre-owned cars at this Richmond, VA Subaru dealer.

Forester, Impreza, Crosstrek, and more!

Emma Martin 2017-07-22
img

The Subaru Crosstrek occupies the same space that the Subaru Forester did 15 years ago.

When the Outback and Forester grew fat in middle age, the company wisely brought out the Crosstrek — a new bantamweight competitor — back in 2012.

The Crosstrek is a truly compact crossover SUV, or tall wagon if we’re being completely honest.

The Crosstrek has become a favorite of people who have to haul groceries and a bit of stuff around town, as well as those who lug camping or sports equipment on the weekend.

The Crosstrek now joins the 2017 Subaru Impreza on the new Subaru Global Platform, which is 70 percent stiffer than the outgoing Impreza-based chassis.

In the drivetrain department, a six-speed manual transmission is standard on the base and Premium trims, with CVT available on all trims and standard on the top Limited trim.

Scott Mayle 2018-06-22
img

When Subaru introduced a new version of its Crosstrek for 2018, it was just $100 more expensive than the outgoing model.

It appears Subaru is keeping that pricing theme alive for 2019 with only minor price bumps.

The 2019 Subaru Crosstrek will start at $21,895, a bump of just $100 over last year.

A six-speed manual is standard on the base model, and a CVT adds $1,000 to the window sticker.

Unlike last year, the base Crosstrek can now be had with Subaru EyeSight, the automaker's suite of passive and active safety systems that includes automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and lane keep assist.

Adding it bumps the price by just $845, but it can only be added to vehicles with the CVT.

Rosalie Lee 2021-06-21
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Subaru has revealed pricing for its 2022 Impreza models along with some of the changes and updates for the model year. Pricing for the Impreza starts at $18,795 before the destination, and delivery charges are added in. Subaru is offering the car in both sedan and five-door models, and as always, the Impreza is the only compact passenger car in … Continue reading
Kyle Greathouse 2017-04-04
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The Crosstrek is an SUV alternative worth considering, and the new model promises significant upgrades over its predecessor.

With a redesigned Impreza sedan and hatchback rolling into showrooms, Subaru is updating a popular model based on the Impreza.

No, we’re not talking about the WRX, but rather the Crosstrek pseudo-crossover.

Taking a standard all-wheel drive car and giving it some SUV-like styling cues worked pretty well with the Outback, so Subaru gave the Impreza the same treatment and launched the first-generation Crosstrek (also known as the XV Crosstrek) in 2012.

Debuting at the 2017 New York Auto Show, the second-generation 2018 Crosstrek switches to the new Impreza platform, gaining some upgrades in the process.

Like the recently redesigned Impreza, the Crosstrek is slightly larger than before, but features more expressive styling in an attempt to jazz things up a bit.

Kristie Hernandez 2017-05-18
img

p Since 1993, the Impreza has been Subaru’s rival to popular compact cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla.

While it’s never sold in anywhere near the numbers of those segment leaders, the Impreza’s offbeat character and all-wheel drive have made it a hit in certain regions like the Northeast, where we grabbed the keys to a 2017 Impreza 2.0i Sport model.

The 2017 model marks the first full redesign of the Impreza in five years, and it’s a very important model for Subaru.

It debuts the new Subaru Global Platform, which will eventually form the basis for most of the company’s models.

So can the new Impreza spread the Subaru gospel will still keeping the faithful happy?

It’s based on the new Subaru Global Platform, which brings a host of improvements including increased structural rigidity, and changes to the suspension setup.

Donald Ellison 2016-12-15
img

On the rare occasions when a competing automaker offers an AWD version of a basic bread & butter commuter and grocery-getter, it s always at the top of the price walk, but since 1993, Subaru has been building the Impreza with AWD at a price comparable to every other compact economy model on the road.

It s a compact economy car available as a four-door sedan or five-door hatchwagon, powered by Subaru s quirky but solid horizontally-opposed four-cylinder engine, with AWD.

Subaru fanatics will be jumping to the comments about now to point out that some early 1.8-liter Imprezas were FWD-only, and there were some really sweet two-door coupes made as late as 2001.

That s all true, but the appeal of the Impreza has always been the solid economy car value proposition with AWD as the sweetener.

An Impreza will go anywhere on any day of the year, and you don t have to drive a ponderous SUV or brutal 4WD pickup truck to do it.

The foundation of the next-generation Impreza is the new Subaru Global Platform.

Thomas Park 2019-10-25
img

Two engine issues have led to separate recalls for the Subaru Crosstrek and Impreza, according to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

This issue affects 2018-2019 Crosstrek vehicles and 2017-2019 Impreza models.

According to the documents filed on Oct. 18, the ECM may continue to power the ignition coil after the driver shuts the vehicle off.

The situation increases the risk of a crash.

Subaru said warning signs for the problem include irregular vibrations and cylinder misfires while the engine runs.

Updated ECM software will fix the problem, the automaker said, and owners will need to bring their cars to a dealer to have the software installed.

Mark Alexander 2017-04-14
img

The connected car revolution is taking place in fits and starts.

With a recent 2017 Subaru Impreza test, the car itself was a little on the jerky side as well — but in a good way.There are two cameras mounted on either side of the rear view mirror.

(My guess is that even a robot sees obstructions better in color.)

The feature is called EyeSight, and it can help in tricky traffic situations.During my test, the cameras were constantly watching for other objects.

One of the most common reasons people get into fender-benders has to do with a yield sign.

Sometimes, cars pull ahead and then brake again because they see oncoming traffic.The Impreza cameras know this, and unlike any car I’ve tested recently, will ease back quickly on the throttle, slowing the car.

Garland Marsella 2016-08-12
img

Subaru is planning on entering the electric crossover segment in the coming years, according to Japanese media outlets.

The yet-unnamed battery-powered model is still at the embryonic stage of development.

However, we already know that it will ride on the new, highly modular Subaru Global Platform SGP that will make its debut under the all-new fifth-generation Impreza we expect to see in showrooms by the end of the year.

The crossover will be a midsize model bigger than the Impreza, which is positioned at the bottom of the Subaru lineup, and it will share more than a handful of components with either the next Forester or the next Outback.

It will boast a generous amount of ground clearance to take its occupants off the beaten path, and it goes without saying that it will feature an EV-specific version of Subaru s time-tested symmetrical all-wheel drive system.

While developing an electric off-roader is easier said than done, Subaru has previously explained that it needs to embrace electrification in order to meet the stringent fuel economy and emissions regulations that are scheduled to come into effect in the United States in the coming years.

Donald Herrera 2019-10-25
img

Union ratifies UAW-GM agreement to officially end 40-day strike

Subaru recalls Crosstrek and Impreza models for two engine issues

A BMW-powered Land Rover Defender SVR could be coming, report says

Senator Chuck Schumer proposes plan to electrify nation's vehicle fleet

AutoComplete: Mazda debuts its first-ever EV in Tokyo