2023 Subaru Impreza in RI

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The 2023 Impreza is a wise choice for anyone looking for a reliable car that will serve them well for the long haul. It’s offered as either a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback, but on this page we’ll concentrate on the sedan version. Like most Subaru models, the Impreza Sedan comes with standard all-wheel drive, an uncluttered yet modern interior, and plenty of advanced safety features. Plus, unlike most cars on the road today, it’s still offered with a manual transmission for those who prefer to more hands-on driving.

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Trims and Performance

Subaru makes the ’23 Impreza in Base, Premium, and Sport trim levels, each of which gets a 152 hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. While the Base has the aforementioned five-speed manual gearbox by default, it’s eligible for the continuously variable transmission (CVT) that comes standard on the Premium and Sport. With the manual tranny, the ’23 Impreza returns an EPA-estimated 23 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. The CVT-equipped Base and the Premium both achieve 28 city/36 highway, while the Sport is rated for 27 city/36 highway.

To top it off, the ’23 Outback comes with the latest version of Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology suite, which operates under a greater range of conditions thanks to its wider field of view, updated software, and new electric brake booster. Outbacks with blind-spot detection, lane change assist, and rear cross-traffic alert now get automatic emergency steering, too. This works in conjunction with the pre-collision braking system to help drivers avoid collisions at speeds below 50 mph. Plus, the Touring trim is equipped with a new wide-angle mono camera that operates alongside the dual-camera EyeSight system and expands the field of view to recognize pedestrians and bicyclists sooner.

Trim-Specific Content

The Base is supplied with the essentials, like keyless entry, cloth upholstery, auto-up/down driver and front passenger windows, a front USB-A port, and a 60/40-split flat-folding rear seatback. The higher-end Premium gains automatic headlights, fog lights, a windshield wiper de-icer, heated side mirrors, heated front seats, transmission paddle shifters, and an additional USB-A port. As its name implies, the Sport is the most strapping of the bunch. It has bigger wheels, side mirrors with turn-signal indicators, side rocker spoilers, a single exhaust pipe, a trunk spoiler, proximity entry with PIN-code access and push-button ignition (which is optional for the Premium), a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, sportier cloth upholstery with red contrast stitching, aluminum alloy pedals, a bigger instrument cluster with a color display, and dual rear USB-A charging ports. For an added dose of luxury, the Premium and Sport are eligible for a moonroof and a power driver’s seat.

Driver-Assistive Technologies

All trims are reinforced with a complete series of airbags, and the brand’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology suite is available for the Base and standard in the Premium and Sport. It contains a full complement of technologies that can mitigate accidents and keep the car’s occupants safer. Those features are pre-collision braking, pre-collision throttle management, lane departure and sway warning, and lane keep assist. The Premium and Sport can be upgraded with blind-spot detection with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert.

Modern Multimedia

The Base trim has a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system that has both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, and four speakers. The Premium is enhanced with SiriusXM satellite radio, another pair of speakers, and a Wi-Fi hotspot, while the Sport tops the range with an 8-inch touchscreen and voice recognition; a deluxe eight-speaker Harman Kardon sound system is also offered for this top-level trim.