Subaru Impreza 2023: features, design, engine

Subaru Impreza 2023: features, design, engine

Let’s find out its main features, from the engine to the interior.

There Subaru Impreza 2023 it will be offered for the first time only as a hatchback.

Subaru Impreza 2023: features, design, engine

All models are powered by a Subaru Boxer engine with 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque and, of course, from the brand’s all-wheel drive system. The first three versions can be fitted with a manual gearbox, while the other option is a continuously variable gearbox (CVT).

With this gearbox, the Impreza also receives a two-mode Si-Drive system and the EyeSight suite of safety systems (including pre-collision braking, pre-collision acceleration control, cruise control, lane keeping assist and lane departure warning, as well as vehicle departure warning).

Standard equipment for the base model and advanced models include fog lightsrearview camera, fully automatic halogen headlights, LED taillightsbody colored door handles and electrically adjustable, folding and heated mirrors.

Interior and fittings

Inside, there is an anchor ISO-FIX for the rear seats and the rear seat reminder, prompting the driver to check before leaving the vehicle.

Cloth seats and soft-touch surfaces offer comfortable touchpoints, and the 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system comes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Buyers who add the EyeSight package to their trim Convenience they’ll pay $25,095, but get a 4.2-inch color infotainment screen in the middle of the instrument cluster.

There Tour Edition ($23,395) adds comfort with a rear stabilizer bar, mounted directly to the body instead of a subframe, to further reduce vehicle roll. On the outside there are LED fog lights, 16-inch aluminum wheels and a body-colored shark fin antenna.

The interior is characterized by chrome handlesheated front seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, six-speaker audio system, SiriusXM satellite radio with Travel Link (3-month free trial included), automatic climate control, proximity key starting with push button, and multi-color display from 6.3-inch dash-mounted.

LED fog lights, 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels and a shark fin antenna completes the exterior look.

With the EyeSight package, the cost of the Impreza Safari rises to $27,195 and buyers get paddle shifters and a gear position display added to the CVT transmission, which offers a seven-speed manual mode. SUBARU STARLINK services are connected to the remote control to start and stop the engine.