2020 Subaru Impreza, new 2020 model change, pricing, EPA, fuel-mileage features, specs
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5 Reasons Why Shoppers Should Consider The New Subaru Impreza

The 2020 Subaru Impreza is arriving now at showrooms. Five reasons why compact car buyers should put it on their shopping list.
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The 2020 Subaru Impreza gets new upgrades for the 2020 model change and there are good reasons why compact car shoppers should put the sedan and 5-Door models on their shopping list. Impreza was completely remodeled in 2017 and it gets a mild refresh this year.

Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive

The number one reason why compact shoppers want to check out Impreza is its standard Symmetrical all-wheel-drive system. It’s one of the best safety systems the car has and the Impreza won’t leave you stranded this winter. It’s got Subaru’s rally-developed all-wheel-drive to keep you moving when there is severe weather.


2020 Subaru Impreza

Standard EyeSight safety system

Safety is Subaru’s core value for customers and Impreza gets better with standard EyeSight. It’s now standard equipment on all trims with a CVT automatic transmission and features an advanced function that assists accelerator, brake, and steering operations in a wider range of vehicle speeds.

The safety system will recognize both the lane markings and the vehicle ahead and will reduce driver fatigue when the Impreza is on the highway and in traffic jams with stop-and-go driving. It could also keep you from getting in an accident.


2020 Subaru Impreza 5-Door utility

Hatchback Body Style

The 2020 Impreza is available in a hatchback body style for greater utility and cargo-carrying ability you don’t get in a sedan model. Many owners will use the Impreza for weekend excursions to the mountains and Impreza hatchback will carry all your gear. You can even sleep in the back if you don’t want to pay for an expensive motel room.

Rear Seat Reminder

New for 2020 is the available Rear Seat Reminder, which is designed to help prevent child and/or pet entrapment by alerting the driver to check the rear seat before exiting the vehicle. The driver is alerted with an audible sound after the vehicle is turned off and will display a warning message in the Combination Meter Display, reminding you to check the rear seat area. It could also be a good reminder to check for valuables or electronic devices left in plain sight after a shopping or road trip.


2020 Subaru Impreza multimedia

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration

Impreza comes standard with the latest multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. You can pair your smartphone for hands-free operation and use your favorite apps. Starlink allows you to access news, navigation, music, podcasts through Subaru’s available apps. A voice-activated navigation system and an 8-inch touchscreen are also available.

Which model is the best choice? The 2020 Impreza is offered in four trim levels, Base, Premium, Sport and Limited. We think the Premium 5-Door trim ($23,495 including destination and delivery) is the best value for shoppers as it comes standard with the all-weather package with heated front seats, standard roof rails, and dual front seat USB input ports.

You can configure and build your own 2020 Subaru Impreza here and check out all the available trim levels and options before you go to the dealer.

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