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.
A base model 2015 Impreza 2.0i sets back buyers $18,195 for the four-door sedan or $18,695 for the five-door hatch (*not including $795 destination and delivery on all models). All of those prices are $300 more than the 2014 model year.
Moving up to the Premium trim requires $20,995 for the sedan or $21,495 for the five-door and adds 16-inch wheels, heated seats, heated mirrors and a windshield wiper de-icer. The Sport Premium pack, offered exclusively on the hatch, goes further with features like body-color side sills, 17-inch wheels, foglights, and more for $20,995 with the five-speed manual or $21,995 with the CVT.
Finally, the top-tier Limited trim on either the sedan or five-door and the Sport Limited on the hatch are priced at $22,295, $22,795 and $23,295, respectively. They get luxuries like leather seats, a seven-inch infotainment system, LCD display in the gauge cluster and extra chrome trim.
The Limited trims are also the only place where Subaru’s EyeSight system is an option. Ticking the box adds adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking and lane departure warning, and it comes packaged with navigation, a moonroof, keyless start and fog lights that respond to steering for $2,795.
Power across the lineup is still provided by Subaru’s 2.0-liter boxer four-cylinder with 148 horsepower and a choice of either a five-speed manual or CVT, which is standard on the Premium and Limited trims. The 2015 Impreza starts hitting dealers in November, and you can scroll down to read the full pricing announcement.