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Introducing the 2019 Subaru Impreza. Explore the interior and exterior, learn more about colors, features, technology, specs, and more
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- 122 cu.in.
- 2.0-liter H-4 (regular gas)
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- 152 @ 6000 RPM
- What's New For 2019?
- Subaru Impreza Pricing and Which One to Buy
- Engine, Transmission, and Performance
- Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
- Interior, Infotainment, and Cargo
- Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
- Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
Standard all-wheel drive, fantastic safety ratings, and a comprehensive suite of infotainment features make the 2019 Subaru Impreza sedan and hatchback a compelling choice in the compact-car marketplace. A handsome but subdued exterior style and a durable, businesslike cabin give the give the Subaru broad appeal, and its predictable and athletic chassis provides driving enjoyment for those who care. If only its flat-four engine made more power and were mated to a better transmission. Fuel efficiency and acceleration performance both suffer, and no one will enjoy rowing the notchy shifter that comes with the standard five-speed manual transmission. Focusing on the equipment and the all-weather confidence, the Impreza is a car we're happy to recommend, but it would still need an inspired powertrain to achieve greatness.
Subaru has updated the standard and optional features on its 2019 Impreza models. The entry-level version is now available with the company's EyeSight driver-assistance technology, which includes adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist. This equipment as well as automatic high-beam headlights and rear automated emergency braking is now standard on the top-of-the-line Limited. The base and Premium models with EyeSight receive an upgraded gauge cluster, unique overhead lighting, and a tire-pressure-monitoring system. The Premium now has standard black 16-inch wheels and dual USB ports on the back of the center console. Likewise, its Starlink infotainment system now adds a CD player and SiriusXM satellite radio. Sport models with the manual transmission get a short-throw shifter plucked from the Subaru WRX STI.
The Premium trim is our pick of the lineup and comes standard with comfort and convenience upgrades such as heated seats and a windshield wiper de-icer and steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Selecting the hatchback body style adds $500 to our Impreza Premium, and we'd also select the EyeSight Driver Assist Technology package with its numerous safety features.
Likes: Standard all-wheel drive, compliant ride, fun to drive. Dislikes: Apathetic acceleration, manual transmission is notchy and imprecise. The Impreza is a tortoise in a class of hares, with a flat-four engine that makes 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque. With little low-end punch, the Impreza requires considerable goading to keep the engine where it needs to be to make power. Although the five-speed manual transmission our Impreza Sport sedan performed less lethargically at the track compared with the CVT of our long-term Sport hatch. The Impreza comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Impreza strikes a near-perfect balance between ride and handling. The body doesn't lean in turns and the quick steering gives the compact car an additional sense of verve. We found the Impreza Sport's relatively firm brake pedal and short stopping distance to be exemplary for the class.
Choose any Impreza with the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), and you'll be thoroughly impressed with this all-wheel-drive compact car's fuel economy. Opt for the manual transmission, though, and you'll become a regular at your local gas station. Regardless of trim, the stick-shift Impreza's fuel economy is subpar for the class. Our manual-equipped Impreza Sport sedan was particularly inefficient, managing just 30 mpg in our real-world highway fuel-economy test.
Likes: Intuitive touchscreen interface, sedan has a wide trunk opening. Dislikes: Rear-seat center armrest limited to most expensive versions. The Impreza's interior may be short on style, but it is tops in its design. Easy-to-read gauges, simple controls, and an intuitive climate-control system make the Impreza easy to operate. Additionally, the Impreza's cabin benefits from soft-touch plastics, cushy armrests, and impressive fit and finish. Its interior space is class competitive, and taller drivers will appreciate the model's ample front legroom. Every Impreza includes key infotainment features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. While base and Premium-level models feature a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Sport and Limited models are equipped with a bigger 8.0-inch touchscreen. Both systems boast logical menu structures and crisp graphics. The cargo areas of both the Impreza sedan and hatchback are on the smaller side of the class. Still, both body styles benefit from a...
Every Impreza earns top marks in crash tests conducted by both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Top Safety Pick+ rating from IIHS is based on vehicles equipped with Subaru's EyeSight suite of driver-assistance technologies, which is only available on models with the automatic transmission. Key safety features include: 1. Available forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking 2. Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert 3. Available lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist
The Impreza's warranty is average for this group of competitors. Buyers who value extensive warranty coverage would be wise to look at the Hyundai Elantraor the Kia Forte. 1. Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36,000 miles 2. Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles 3. No complimentary scheduled maintenance
The Used 2019 Subaru Impreza Hatchback 2.0i is priced between $16,500 and $16,500 with odometer readings between 70303 and 70303 miles. Shop with Edmunds for perks and special offers on used cars ...
- 31 Combined mpg
- All wheel drive
- Continuously variable-speed automatic
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- 15 Combined mpg
- All Wheel Drive