Subaru Impreza News
It's one of three prototypes and one of 424 22B's.
Seeming to parallel the radical improvements that the 2016 Honda Civic brought to market last year, the 2017 Subaru Impreza makes the necessary steps to not only become class competitive, but potentially be considered as a class leader on driving dynamics and content.
We'll get to see the production version of the 2017 Subaru Impreza sedan and hatchback at the New York Auto Show on March 23. The first teaser photo suggests some changes from the attractive concepts.
Subaru reveals the Impreza Sedan Concept at the 2015 LA Auto Show, previewing the next-generation 2017 Impreza four-door.
New spy shots provide a look at the next-gen Impreza sedan, and it wears a few cues from the Tokyo Motor Show concept.
There's a new Subaru Impreza coming in late 2016, as a 2017 model. And while we don't know any specifics about Fuji Heavy's new compact, we know it'll look something like the concept seen here.
Subaru is recalling over 32,000 units of the 2012 Impreza because the Occupant Detection System might not work correctly for the front passenger seat. This can cause the airbag not to deploy in a crash.
NHTSA is opening an investigation into the 2012 Subaru Impreza that could affect an estimated 33,500 cars. In the vehicles, the Occupant Detection System might not correctly identify the passenger and not deploy the airbags in a collision.
It was just a few weeks ago that Subaru unveiled its refreshed 2015 Impreza with refinements like a tweaked front fascia, upgraded infotainment system, standard rearview camera, slightly better fuel economy and other goodies. The Japanese automaker has finally decided to tell us what all of this new kit costs, and it actually hasn't increased too much over last year.
While our love for the Subaru Impreza is mostly reserved for its turbocharged WRX and STI models, there's still a fully competent, well-rounded package in the base model, now in its fourth generation. In order to keep it competitive, Subaru has given the Impreza a light refresh for the 2015
If there's one number you'd associate with the Subaru Impreza, surely it'd be Four. Four generations, four doors, four-wheel drive, four cylinders in a boxer configuration. But in this Japanese market promo clip, Subaru has brought in another kind of boxer: the beat boxer.
It was 1998 when Subaru made some crucial changes to its World Rally Championship Impreza, such as increasing the displacement of the turbocharged flat-four-cylinder engine from 2.0 to 2.2 liters and fitting wide fender flares. Subaru won the WRC manufacturer championship with the car that year, and it also was the year of the automaker's 40th anniversary. To celebrate the milestone, the company