2022 Subaru Impreza

2022 Impreza Photos
The Impreza is Subaru's compact hatchback and sedan, a two-car family packed with value, safety, and functionality.

For 2022, the Impreza drops its Limited sedan, but otherwise posts few changes.

The hatchback has a sweeping roofline, as well as more cabin flexibility with cargo space than the trunk of the sedan. Both versions have a no-nonsense interior, lacking flourish, keeping the cabin design clean if not spartan. The base and Premium models come with rugged cloth upholstery and a small touchscreen.

Every Subaru is all-wheel drive, and with that setup the Impreza excels at balance and composure. The base engine has 152 hp, and the 2.0-liter flat-4 still can be paired with a manual transmission. Most drivers will opt for the CVT, though, since it earns better fuel economy and comes with automatic emergency braking whereas the 5-speed does not. The Impreza may not be fast, but it is nimble, thanks somewhat to good suspension tuning that gives it a confident driving feel on a well-damped ride.

The base Impreza earns EPA ratings of 28 mpg city, 36 highway, 32 combined for the sedan, and 31 mpg combined for the hatchback. The Sport Hatchback gets a bit less, 27/35/30 mpg. The 5-speed manual transmission falls to 34/31/26 mpg for the sedan and 22/30/25 mpg for the Sport Hatchback.

The Impreza aces its crash-test scores, with five stars overall from the NHTSA, and a Top Safety Pick from the IIHS. Those ratings are based on the Limited hatchback, with the best headlights, and with the CVT, because the 5-speed cars don't come with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, or adaptive cruise control.
Full Review

The Impreza is Subaru's compact hatchback and sedan, a two-car family packed with value, safety, and functionality.

For 2022, the Impreza drops its Limited sedan, but otherwise posts few changes.

The hatchback has a sweeping roofline, as well as more cabin flexibility with cargo space than the trunk of the sedan. Both versions have a no-nonsense interior, lacking flourish, keeping the cabin design clean if not spartan. The base and Premium models come with rugged cloth upholstery and a small touchscreen.

Every Subaru is all-wheel drive, and with that setup the Impreza excels at balance and composure. The base engine has 152 hp, and the 2.0-liter flat-4 still can be paired with a manual transmission. Most drivers will opt for the CVT, though, since it earns better fuel economy and comes with automatic emergency braking whereas the 5-speed does not. The Impreza may not be fast, but it is nimble, thanks somewhat to good suspension tuning that gives it a confident driving feel on a well-damped ride.

The base Impreza earns EPA ratings of 28 mpg city, 36 highway, 32 combined for the sedan, and 31 mpg combined for the hatchback. The Sport Hatchback gets a bit less, 27/35/30 mpg. The 5-speed manual transmission falls to 34/31/26 mpg for the sedan and 22/30/25 mpg for the Sport Hatchback.

The Impreza aces its crash-test scores, with five stars overall from the NHTSA, and a Top Safety Pick from the IIHS. Those ratings are based on the Limited hatchback, with the best headlights, and with the CVT, because the 5-speed cars don't come with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, or adaptive cruise control.
Hide Full Review

Retail Price

$19,295 - $26,895 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 2.0L H-4
MPG Up to 28 city / 36 highway
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 5-spd man w/OD, Lineartronic 7-spd CVT w/OD
Power 152 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
Curb Weight 2,976 - 3,150 lbs
Smart Buy Program is powered by powered by TrueCar®
Autoblog Advertisement