2023 Subaru Impreza our sources say the 2022 Subaru Impreza is now sold out all year round. Subaru of America reported that it shipped 3,520 new compact sedans and hatchback models in February, up 30 percent from February 2021.

Subaru of New England, Subaru’s distributor for six New England States, indicated that they have 307 2022 Impreza models available.

However, many are transiting from the Indiana Automotive factory Subaru. When the current model ordered by a US retailer ships, SOA will stop all new orders if the source is correct.

The Impreza compact sedan and hatchback are not large volume nameplates. Subaru of America is likely using its limited supply of microchips for the higher volume 2022 Outback midsize SUV and 2022 Ascent 3-Row SUV manufactured in Lafayette, Indiana.

Customers who want a 2022 Subaru Impreza should move quickly.

2023 Subaru Impreza Review: New Subaru Impreza 2023

Finally 2023 Subaru Impreza Sedan, the Subaru Impreza 2023 is getting a complete update to compete with rivals like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla and should arrive in dealerships sometime in the summer of 2022.

2023 Subaru Impreza

However, at the time of writing, Subaru hasn’t said much about how exactly the All-New Impreza will differ from previous models that have been on sale since the 2017 model year.

What we do know for sure is that all-wheel drive (AWD) will be standard at every trim level. This is the hallmark of Subaru’s budget compact sedan and hatchback, so don’t expect that to change in the Impreza 2023.

You’ll also find a flat-4 under the hood coupled to a continuously variable automatic transmission and, more likely, a manual transmission.

This type of 4-cylinder engine, in which the two pairs of cylinders are aligned horizontally with each other, is another hallmark of Subaru’s engineering.

Compared to the normal inline-4, the advantage is that it can be positioned lower to help increase the center of gravity and provide additional steering agility. What we sincerely hope is that Subaru gives the Impreza more than the previous 152-horsepower flat-4 provided. This engine produces weak acceleration, especially when going up to highway speeds.

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The outgoing Impreza offers a 5-speed manual transmission as standard on the base and Sport models. If Subaru sticks with the shift-for-yourself option in the Impreza 2023, we anticipate a 6-speed manual is in the works.

What else might the Impreza 2023 have for compact car buyers? Expect improvements to cabin materials and a significant overhaul of the dashboard. To be fair, Impreza’s interior is already renowned for being roomy and user-friendly, although it’s not exactly up-to-date in terms of design.

A 6.5-inch touchscreen is standard on the Impreza 2022, though we think the previously optional 8.0-inch screen could take over as the entry-level infotainment system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, while extras such as a Wi-Fi hotspot, navigation, and an additional USB port will be optional.

If cargo space is a top priority, the Impreza 5-door hatchback has a considerable advantage over sedans.

2023 Subaru Impreza Redesign

The Subaru Impreza 2023 also gets a complete redesign. The next-generation Impreza 2023 is likely to come with the new EyeSight X driver-assist safety technology.

Recent unconfirmed reports by Subaru say the compact car could get a new 1.5-liter turbocharged engine. The all-new Impreza is coming in early 2023.

2023 Subaru Impreza Hatchback

The Subaru Impreza hatchback is one of those cars that is constantly being updated to stay competitive in its segment.

2023 Subaru Impreza

All this attention to detail makes it a great car, but not a great one. The Impreza is one step away from greatness and has nothing to do with ride, build quality, standard specs or safety levels. It’s all to do with the engine.

The naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine has an output of just 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque, mated to a five-speed manual gearbox or a whiny auto CVT.

We can’t help but wonder how fantastic it would be to have a more modern engine option, like a turbocharged rival in the form of the new Honda Civic Hatchback, or the Mazda 3 Hatchback.

However, the hatch of the Subaru Impreza has redeeming qualities, such as standard AWD, plenty of safety features, and a great chassis.

The 2021 Subaru Impreza Hatchback carries almost no changes to the 2022 model year. While the Limited trim was removed from the sedan lineup, the hatchback lineup remains exactly the same with one exception – the addition of new paint color, Sapphire Blue Pearl, to its palette.

  • The ride and handling is great
  • Permanent all-wheel drive is an added layer of safety
  • Impressive safety ratings from IIHS and NHTSA
  • Generous standard specifications on base model
  • Easy to use infotainment

The Impreza hatch is on par with its segment. One of its more accomplished rivals is the Mazda 3, and it stacks up pretty well. The overall body length of the Impreza is 176.2 inches, which makes it 0.6 inches longer than the Mazda.

The 105.1-inch wheelbase is slightly shorter than the Mazda’s 107.3-inch, but you can’t tell the difference thanks to the Impreza’s impressive 57.3-inch height. With a maximum width of 70 inches excluding mirrors, that’s 0.7 inches below the Mazda.

But the weight is very light. The base model with a manual gearbox is the lightest model, with a curb weight of 2,989 pounds. The heaviest model is the Limited equipped with a CVT transmission, weighing in at 3,150 lbs.

Spec-for-spec, the Impreza weighs about 100 lbs less than the Mazda, which is an impressive feat considering they’

  • Long 176.2 inches
  • Wheelbase 105.1 inch
  • Tall 57.3 inches
  • Max Width 70.0 inch
  • Front Width 60.6 inch
  • Back Width 60.8 inch
  • Curb weight 2,989.0 lbs

Subaru Impreza WRX STI 2023

Having arrived as a completely redesigned model for 2022, we expected the Subaru WRX 2023 to be a carryover model, although a new WRX STI model is expected to arrive for that model year. As a default model, the 2023 WRX will have the same overall design as the current model on sale.

2023 Subaru Impreza

2023 Subaru Impreza Release Date

we expect the new Impreza 2023 which first arrives on Planet Subaru in the summer of 2022.

Traditionally, we have been able to accurately predict the scale of expected changes to next year’s models because the all-new Impreza models arrive like clockwork on a reliable five-year schedule. (with a significant refresh in year four). Check out the traditional schedule below, and how we expect it:

Model year (and order in product cycle): Change:

  • 2017 (first year)
    All new designs from the ground up
  • 2018 (second year)
    Very similar to the previous year
  • 2019 (third year)
    Very similar to the previous year
  • 2020 (fourth year)
    “Refresh” exterior and interior
  • 2021 (fifth year)
    Very similar to the previous year
  • 2022 (first year)
    The cycle repeats… all-new designs from the ground up

However, Subaru is extending its cycle by one year as the 2022 Impreza continues with the current generation.

Subaru hasn’t made any announcements about why the typical model cycle is being extended, but we’re assuming it has something to do with the pandemic in 2020 and global supply chain issues in 2021.

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2023 Subaru Impreza STI

Pricing will be announced in early 2022. The Subaru WRX STI 2023 is getting a complete redesign, and Subaru Corporation is now working on the next-generation STI. The Subaru WRX STI 2023 will arrive in 2022 with a turbocharged 2.4-liter Boxer engine, tuned by Subaru Tecnica International.

2023 Subaru Impreza Manual Transmission

Luckily for Subaru car buyers, the 2019 Impreza has options for those looking to drive a stick shift. Three Impreza trims – 2.0i Sedan, 2.0i 5-door and 2.0i Sport Sedan – come standard with a fully synchronized 5-speed manual transmission.

2023 Subaru Impreza Price

We expect the base trim level of the Subaru Impreza 2023 to have a starting price of around $19,000. The Impreza has become the cheapest way to get a new car (in sedan or 5-door hatchback format) with AWD.

This makes it an attractive alternative to rivals such as the Honda Civic, Mazda3, Hyundai Elantra, Volkswagen Jetta, and Toyota Corolla.

If you’re leaning more towards the Impreza 5-door hatchback, expect a base price to be around $500-$1,000 higher than the sedan.

The basic version of the previous Impreza was exactly that — very basic. Stepping up to the mid-range Impreza with a CVT transmission and Subaru Eyesight’s suite of active safety features will cost around $22,000.

At the top of the line, the Impreza Limited comes with more standard comfort and safety features — like leather seats and rear traffic warning — and stickers for around $27,000.

Fitted with every available option, the Impreza 5-door hatchback can cost around $30K.

Is Subaru Impreza Hatchback A Good Car

Is the Subaru Impreza a Good Car? Yes, the Subaru Impreza is a fine car. Standard all-wheel drive – a rarity in small sedans – contributes to agile handling, while inside, passengers are treated to an upscale atmosphere and spacious seating.