Subaru has released pricing information for the 2024 Impreza hatchback. The base model begins at $24,085 and runs up to $28,975 for the new RS trim with a more powerful engine. Subaru has announced that the new Impreza will arrive in U.S. showrooms this summer. The new 2024 Impreza remains the least expensive Subaru available, although its price has increased. Due to the elimination of the sedan body form and the standard manual transmission, the 2018 Impreza’s base price of $24,085 is $3270 more than the base price of last year’s Impreza. Even when comparing identical models, the 2024 Impreza hatchback equipped with an automatic transmission costs $1,470 more than its 2023 counterpart. Even the base model now comes standard with automatic climate control, LED lighting, and Subaru’s EyeSight driver-assistance package. This helps to mitigate the sticker shock. The base price of the 2024 Impreza Sport is $26,085, which is somewhat less than last year’s base price. It features 18-inch wheels, revised suspension tuning, an 11.6-inch touchscreen with a vertical orientation, push-button start, and fog lights. Both the standard and Sport models feature a 2.0-liter inline-four engine with 152 horsepower and a continuously variable gearbox. Naturally, all-wheel drive is standard. New to the lineup, the $28,975 starting price RS variant features a more powerful 182-hp 2.5-liter flat-four engine. Additional equipment includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel, aluminium pedals, an All-Weather package, and further driver-assistance technologies including blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. This item was imported from the poll database. Despite growing up in Nashville, Tennessee on a regular diet of base-model Hondas and Toyotas, or perhaps because of it, Joey Capparella developed a passion for the car industry. During his student years at Rice University, he found a way to write about cars for the school newspaper, which eventually led him to go to Ann Arbor, Michigan. He joined the Car and Driver crew in 2016 and currently resides in New York City. Post navigation Delhi Bans Bike Taxi Services, Impacting Uber Moto and Rapido Due to Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act, Audi might produce electric vehicles in the U.S.