2022 Impreza 4-door
208 payments starting from $68* per week, taxes not included
Leasing of 48 months
Suggested retail price of $25,026 Freight, preparation and administrative fees included, taxes extra
The 2.0L 4-cylinder naturally aspirated BOXER® SUBARU engine has been redesigned for this model and incorporates some 80% new components to deliver precise response, exceptional fuel efficiency and unmatched reliability. This engine is designed to create a natural balance and unparalleled softness. The free-flow intake manifold and free-flow exhaust system support overall performance, and the active dual valve control system and direct injection system produce a dynamic response at low revs. Add to that the Lineartronic® CVT transmission or the five-speed manual transmission, this latest version of the Impreza offers a driving experience as pleasant as it is efficient. This engine is also PZEV
(Zero Emissions Vehicle) certified, a technology that almost completely reduces smog-causing emissions without compromising performance.
The AM / FM / MP3 / WMA infotainment system comes standard with a high-resolution 6.5-inch touchscreen that works by sliding and scrolling. The system offers mobile phone connectivity and Bluetooth®, streaming audio, an iPod®/port USB, control interface / USB port, an auxiliary audio input, Aha radio® as well as integrated steering wheel controls. Compatible with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto®, the system is also able to offer the Subaru STARLINK®, feature, which allows you to connect mobile devices and access various applications and services using the touch screen. On the Tourism version, this system has six speakers.
Available as standard on several versions of the Impreza, the SRVD system uses sensors to detect the presence of vehicles and has three different functions to ensure greater safety. Blind Spot Detection (BSD) alerts you to vehicles approaching behind the C-pillars as well as other blind spots using LED indicators in the mirror shell. Lane change assist detects vehicles approaching at high speed when making a lane change. In addition, when reversing from an entrance or parking space, the rear cross traffic alert issues a warning when cars are approaching to one side or the other.