2013 Subaru Impreza
73,808 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,999
Est $245/mo

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2017 Subaru Impreza
39,272 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$17,090
Est $246/mo

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2017 Subaru Impreza
| Lakewood, CO
$17,799
Est $257/mo

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2013 Subaru Impreza
110,480 Miles | Denver, CO
$19,099
Est $275/mo

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2011 Subaru Impreza
58,412 Miles | Boulder, CO
$18,000
Est $259/mo

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2015 Subaru Impreza
50,816 Miles | Thornton, CO
$15,999
Est $231/mo

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2013 Subaru Impreza
30,387 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$24,901
Est $359/mo

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2017 Subaru Impreza
22,170 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$17,749
Est $256/mo

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2013 Subaru Impreza
46,947 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$21,989
Est $317/mo

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2018 Subaru Impreza
3,077 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$24,750
Est $357/mo

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2018 Subaru Impreza
8,520 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$20,085
Est $290/mo

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2017 Subaru Impreza
7,536 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$24,200
Est $349/mo

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2010 Subaru Impreza
83,900 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$10,970
Est $158/mo

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2013 Subaru Impreza
79,200 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$10,600
Est $153/mo

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2018 Subaru Impreza
2,426 Miles | Memphis, TN
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2016 Subaru Impreza
12,230 Miles | Milwaukee, WI
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2018 Subaru Impreza
5,969 Miles | Oxnard, CA
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2009 Subaru Impreza
94,849 Miles | Albany, NY
$10,599
Est $153/mo

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2016 Subaru Impreza
30,494 Miles | Rochester, NY
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2015 Subaru Impreza
20,449 Miles | South Jordan, UT
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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Subaru Impreza Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
130 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
3.8
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.6

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2009 Subaru Impreza - Reliable and safe

Meagan
Algonquin, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased the car brand new in 2009. The car looks nice and has been reliable. I now have 122,000 miles on the car and it still feels solid. I have actually be in 2 accidents with the car. Both times no one was hurt but major repairs needed to occur. I feel like the car was very safe in both accidents.
Story
Before I had a 2 wheel drive car and it was a nightmare in the snow. Now this has all wheel drive. I just cruse down the streets passing up cars like I used to have and laugh when they are struggling.
Pros
I like that my car feels very safe and stylish as well. It seams a little sporty but its not a race car by any means. It is also very good with gas consumption. I used to have to drive a lot for work so that was important. Now I don't drive as much but I still appreciate the gas savings. There is enough room in the back to have a car seat and another person without being to crowded. I also like that I have my Sirius radio installed in my car. Overall I would get this car again or I will keep it until I just run it into the ground. I love the All wheel dive. I can get around in the snow no ... (more)
Cons
Overall it is still a smaller car. I would like to have a larger vehicle at some point. It is starting to get a little older so I would like to upgrade in the future. I would also say that it has fabric on the seats which has gotten a little dirty. Overall the black seating is like a magnate for dog hair and its hard to get out.

2007 Subaru Impreza - Excellent and reliable vehicle

Peter
Marietta, Oklahoma
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought this car eight years ago and it has been very reliable and fun vehicle. I haven't had to repair anything other than routine type of maintenance such as replacing lights, tires, battery, oil change etc. I also had to replace the windshield, but this was covered by the warranty so all it cost me was time. Also, the CD player jammed and doesn't work anymore, but that's not a huge big problem because the radio still works well. I also enjoy driving it a lot still. It isn't that fast, but it corners really well and is pretty unbeatable in bad weather. Once I drove over 100 miles in "Texas blizzard" conditions without a problem. I would say probably the biggest disadvantage is the gas mileage isn't great. They claim that it gets 22/29, and this is probably pretty accurate, which isn... (more)
Story
I was driving some curvy back roads in rural North Texas once and driving as fast as I felt like through all the curves. It handled every corner really well, even when going much faster than the recommended speed signs read.
Pros
The car is reliable. It is pretty fun to drive and does really well in inclement weather conditions. It is comfortable. Everything generally works well without much maintenance.
Cons
The gas mileage isn't very good, relative to other cars in its class. It isn't all that fast. When I first bought the car, it was hard to find a place to get the oil changed because no one seemed to have the correct filter, but this seems better now.

2009 Subaru Impreza - Solid Winter Driving Vehicle

H.M.
Buffalo, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I purchased this car because of the all wheel drive capabilities for winter driving in a very snowy locale. Compared to other vehicles I have driven, nothing beats the all-wheel drive, including 4-wheel drive vehicles with more ground clearance. I did not get the upgraded model, I did not feel it was worth the extra money for the features available. I do wish I could have simply upgraded the wheels and brakes. I plan on driving this car well past 100k miles.
Story
I drove alone across the country from New York to Arizona, stopping along Rt. 66 For photo ops in my Subaru.
Pros
The brakes and steering are impeccable for snowy driving. I feel confident driving on any terrain, and have off-roaded a little bit in this vehicle on dirt roads. The option for an iPod interface was a big selling point for me. I got the option of a roof rack for bicycles, and it has proved to be very useful and sturdy, as well as easy to install myself. The color options were great, I enjoy driving cars that look different from everyone else's.
Cons
The maintenance cost is higher than I'd prefer, due to the car being all wheel drive. The seats are rather uncomfortable when driving for long periods. The paint quality is not great, I get many chips in the paint from regular driving. Fuel economy is also not good, but I do know that was improved in later models. There are some major blind spots in the design of the vehicle.

Subaru Impreza Generations

Five Generations of the Subaru Impreza

Subaru's Impreza is a compact car known for its legendary all-wheel-drive system and rally-racing heritage. Subaru offers it as a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback. The automaker also builds two turbocharged performance-oriented versions of the Impreza — the WRX and the STI — and a crossover style hatchback called the Crosstrek; all three are different enough to be considered separate models from the Impreza.

Impreza 5th Generation (2017-Present)
Subaru gave the Impreza a major overhaul for this generation, moving it to a new platform that now underpins most of the brand’s vehicles. This platform boasted a more refined ride quality, lower center of gravity, 70 to 100% better rigidity, and a revised suspension.

The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder boxer engine was updated with a direct injection system, and now made 152 horses. Transmissions available were a five-speed manual or continuously-variable (CVT) automatic. Fuel economy was estimated by the EPA at 28 mpg in the city and 38 on the highway.

The current lineup includes the 2.0i base, Premium, Sport and Limited - all of which are available as a sedan or five-door hatchback.

Base models have available Eyesight driver-assist technology, a rear-vision camera, Starlink, symmetrical AWD and Vehicle Dynamics Control.

The Premium version includes an all-weather package featuring heated front seats, available power moonroof, Starlink, 4G LTE Wi-Fi capability and 16-inch alloy wheels.

Sport models offer Active Torque Vectoring, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter handle, sport cloth upholstery with red stitching, Starlink, and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Limited versions boast automatic climate control, available Starlink navigation, Eyesight driver-assist technologies, leather-trimmed upholstery, steering-responsive LED headlights and 17-inch alloy wheels.

All but the base model Impreza have heated front seats. Subaru’s Starlink technology and rear-view cameras are present as standard on even the base models. Starlink helps to integrate your cell phone with the entertainment system.

Eyesight — a suite of active safety features that includes pre-collision braking and adaptive cruise control — is once again available, and there is a new infotainment system that integrates with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay – the latter of which are standard at all trim levels.

Impreza 4th Generation (2014-2016)
This generation came with a 148-horsepower 2.0-liter engine mated to either a five-speed manual transmission or a Lineartronic CVT that had a simulated six-speed paddle-shifting manual mode. In the Impreza hatchback, the rear seats folded down in a 65/35 split, delivering up to 52.4 cubic feet of cargo space.

A longer wheelbase meant more legroom for passengers. The list of standard goodies in this generation includes AC, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and an auxiliary input for the stereo.

For 2016 all Impreza models received updated bumpers, grilles and side mirrors as well as improved sound deadening technology. This was the first generation in which Subaru made available optional active safety features which it called EyeSight. This system incorporated dual cameras mounted by the rearview mirror for adaptive cruise control and lane departure warnings as well as pre-collision braking and throttle management keeping watch for pedestrians. It also gave you an alert when the red light you’re stopped at turns to green or when the stopped vehicle in front of you starts moving again.

Impreza 3rd Generation (2007-2014)
In this generation, Subaru replaced the small wagon variant with a five-door hatchback; window frames were added to reduce noise and vibration. This car was slightly longer and wider, with MacPherson struts in the front and a double wishbone rear suspension. The engine remained a 2.5-liter, 170-horsepower flat four-cylinder unit. This is when electronic stability control first became a standard item. A 2.5i GT model introduced in 2009 had a turbocharged engine that made 224 horsepower. A four-speed automatic was optional while a five-speed manual was standard.

Impreza 2nd Generation (2000-2007)
This version was denoted by its round headlight design; it grew longer and wider from its predecessor. It has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 165 horsepower; it’s paired with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic.

This generation was available in sedan, wagon and Outback Sport versions — the latter was a more rugged, crossover-style wagon similar to the larger Legacy Outback wagon.

Cruise control became standard, and so did a CD player as well as power windows and locks.

Impreza (1992-2000)
The first generation of the Impreza was initially offered in front-wheel or all-wheel-drive in a four-door sedan or a five-door small station wagon. The cars came with a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine.

In 1995, Subaru added a larger, more powerful 2.2-liter engine as an option; the base 1.8-liter unit continued on the base model. This was also the model year when Subaru introduced the Outback Sport, a slightly modified version of the Impreza wagon that used the larger Outback wagon as inspiration. The Outback Sport model had a slightly higher suspension for more ground clearance and contrasting paint on the lower body panels.

In 1997 the Impreza had an external makeover with an interior update in the following year. This was also when Subaru decided to make AWD standard on all North-American Imprezas, and in 1998 a 165-horsepower 2.5-liter engine made its debut in the WRX model.

In 1998, the 1.8-liter base engine was dropped.

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