New Subaru Impreza arrives down under

The 2024 Subaru Impreza has made its debut on Australian soil, with demonstration vehicles now available at dealerships. It arrives in three highly specified variants; AWD 2.0L, AWD 2.0R and AWD 2.0S.

Redesigned as a sportier and more versatile offering for drivers, the feature packed stylish hatchback kicks off at $31,490 plus on-roads, and has been built around a human-centred design approach, elevating ride comfort for the driver and passengers.

The new Subaru Impreza boasts a proven direct injection 2.0-litre Boxer engine, perfectly complemented by a Lineartronic transmission with an 8-speed paddle shift manual mode. This combination helps ensure a smooth and nimble driving experience.

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Excellent handling characteristics come thanks to Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel drive, and the car sits on an improved version of the car maker’s SGP global platform. The end result is a quieter, more comfortable ride.

Safety is front of mind too, with the latest version of Subaru’s EyeSight driver assist bring a stereo camera and new wide-angle monocular camera, as well as a driver monitoring system, vision assist and nine SRS airbags.

Inside, there’s a high-definition 11.6-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless phone charger, and both USB-A and USB-C ports.

Sound is delivered through a 6-speaker audio setup for 2.0L and 2.0R, with the 2.0S boasting 10 Harman Kardon speakers and an amplifier. All variants come with a a smart key and push-start ignition, LED headlights and power-folding mirrors.

The AWD 2.0R and AWD 2.0S feature self-levelling and steering responsive headlights, front cornering lamps, sports pedals, LED DRLs and a leather steering wheel and gear shift. They’re priced at $34,990 and $37,990 respectively (plus on-roads).

Every Subaru comes with a 5-year unlimited kilometre warranty, and 12-months roadside assist. You can find out more on the Subaru Australia website, or by talking to your local dealership. If you’re keen on one and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

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