2019 Subaru Impreza, pricing, features, review
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2019 Subaru Impreza Gets Small Price Bump; 4 New Upgrades

Subaru releases pricing and details on the 2019 Impreza. There’s four new upgrades for the sedan and 5-Door compact.
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The 2019 Subaru Impreza Subaru of America announces pricing and upgrades on the 2019 Impreza sedan and 5-Door hatch models. The 2019 Subaru Impreza begins just $100 over the previous year at $18,595. Premium trim, is priced from $21,595 (+$300), Sport models start at $22,195 (+$100), Limited trim Impreza models begin at $24,995 (+$800). Destination and delivery add $885.

The Impreza compact sedan and 5-Door hatchback models are Subaru’s entry-level models and they were upgraded with the new Subaru Global Platform (SGP) for the new-generation model in 2017, comes standard with all-wheel-drive and gets an EPA estimated 38 mpg highway. Impreza was the first to get the new SGP that improved driving dynamics, increased interior space and gave it a quieter cabin.

4 new upgrades

For 2019 MY, Subaru gives the Impreza compact a minor refresh with four new upgrades over the outgoing model. The 2019 Impreza now comes standard with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System with individual wheel pressure display on all trims. The base 2.0i CVT model now offers Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, and dual rear USB ports are now standard on Premium and above. Limited trim models are all now equipped with standard EyeSight and include High Beam Assist and Reverse Automatic Braking (RAB).

This is the third year of the new-generation Impreza and there were initial problems with the in-car electronics, where owners reported the rearview camera didn’t work properly (its screen froze or was blank), the radio got no reception, and there were problems with phone pairing. Those issues should be fixed for 2019.

The 2019 Subaru Impreza continues being the safest compact in America with a host of available safety technology. EyeSight features the adaptive cruise control system which we road tested on the new model and it keeps an ideal distance behind cars ahead, and it doesn’t slam on the brakes when someone cuts in ahead. It also features Blind Spot Detection with Lane Keeping asset, and Rear Cross-traffic alert and a standard rearview camera for extra safety.

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