Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology is standard with the CVT which starts at $21,995.
The Impreza returns as a 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback.
Subaru was the first volume mainstream automaker to offer AWD as an attainable then standard feature on all its products. This made the brand highly appreciated by those who live around and above the Snowbelt. For 2021, the Impreza remains the most affordable car offered in the country with AWD.
Subaru’s symmetrical AWD is mated to a standard 5-speed manual transmission, another extremely rare combination. The optional Lineartronic continuously variable transmission (CVT) is a $2,000 option however includes Subaru’s award-winning EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, which features adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking and lane departure and sway warning, lane-keep assist, and more.
Offered in both a 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback (+1,000 to all prices), the base Impreza Convenience ($19,995 / CVT $21,995) includes a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cruise control, air conditioning, and new for this year, fully automatic headlights and halogen fog lamps.
The Touring ($22,795 / CVT $24,795) adds a standard heated steering wheel and front seats, SUBARU STARLINK Connected Services, 16-inch wheels, a 6.3-inch colour IP, LED fog lights, and proximity key with push-button start.
The Sport ($25,395 / CVT $27,995) features LED steering-responsive headlights, 17-inch wheels, a power sunroof, a power driver’s seat, an 8-inch touchscreen, and enhanced safety through the Subaru Rear/Side Vehicle Detection (SRVD) system with Blind Spot Detection and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.
The top-line Sport-Tech (CVT $30,795) includes 18-inch wheels, leather seating, dual-zone automatic climate control, a premium Harman Kardon eight-speaker audio system, and an 8-inch infotainment system with navigation.