2017 Subaru Impreza Redesign, Release and Changes

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2017 Subaru Impreza Redesign, Release and Changes – After a long awaited finally Subaru will release a new car. We of Bestautorelease.com will share the latest information about the release of the car 2017 Subaru Impreza times as detailed as possible. Subaru car is one brand that is famous all over the world, every car that was released has always brought great changes and awesome. This car will be released in 2017, we will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine 2017 Subaru Impreza. So happy reading, and enjoy it.

2017 Subaru Impreza Changes

Completely redesigned for 2017, the Subaru Impreza is available as a compact sedan or hatchback. Known in the past for its roomy interior, Subaru has moved the wheels even farther apart to open up additional space in the cabin. The interior has also been upgraded with better materials, more modern technology and several useful safety features. Along with fresh exterior styling and additional power for the four-cylinder engine, this Impreza is well positioned in this competitive segment.

Subaru is an odd company in many ways. One such way is its ratio of sedan to wagon sales, which is pretty much the inverse of every other manufacturer except, perhaps, Volvo. Take the Impreza, which sells at a rate of 30 percent sedans to 70 percent wagons or “five-doors” to use the preferred industry terminology. Honda, for instance, expects the new Civic hatchback to make up only about 15 percent of overall Civic sales. It’s safe to say that Subaru buyers like a good hatch, and, thus, the five-door got plenty of love from the engineers as part of the Impreza’s overhaul for 2017.

Since 1993, the Impreza has been Subaru’s rival to popular compact cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. While it’s never sold in anywhere near the numbers of those segment leaders, the Impreza’s offbeat character and all-wheel drive have made it a hit in certain regions like the Northeast, where we grabbed the keys to a 2017 Impreza 2.0i Sport model.

Subaru used the recently concluded New York Auto show to unveil their latest 2017 Subaru Impreza. The 5-door hatch and 4-door sedan are popular haulers among young Americans hence the decision to unveil them in New York. The models become the first Subaru Imprezas ever to be built in the US.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza is a redesigned version of the automaker’s compact sedan and hatchback, which was last updated for the 2012 model year. The new Impreza has sleeker and crisper styling, a nicer interior, and more standard and optional features, including active-safety systems. In due course, it will spin off a new version of the Crosstrek small crossover as well, but for now the four-door and five-door passenger cars come first. The Impreza comes in four trim levels this year: the base 2.0i, the mid-level Premium, the more driver-oriented Sport, and the luxurious Limited.

2017 Subaru Impreza Price

Our prices can range from $18,395 – $28,000 to get the 2017 Subaru Impreza is based on the current dollar exchange rate. Car prices are subject to change at any time. If there are changes in prices for the 2017 Subaru Impreza we will do an update on this article, so keep reading and following our blog Bestautorelease.Com.

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2017 Subaru Impreza Specs

Below we have summarized some of the reviews about the features of the car exterior and interior 2017 Subaru Impreza. The car is expected to be a comfortable car for the ride by the community.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza will be offered in 4 trim levels (Base, Premium, Sport and Limited) just like its predecessors. However, for the first time, the Sport trim is also available for the sedan.

Standard features on the Base trim of both the hatch and the sedan include a 6.5-inch display for its infotainment system. The system features Android Auto, Apple Carplay and Bluetooth connectivity.   The Base trim also features a tilt-and telescoping steering wheel and power windows. There is a second multifunctional screen which displays various information such as fuel economy.

The Limited trim features Konoji LED running lights. The bumper below the grille is also new and is integrated with a thin center intake and modified side vents. The sides vents feature small black inserts and are not chromed like on the outgoing models. The engine hood has been revised and it does not extend into the grille like in the predecessor models.

The base 2.0i has a 6.3-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, rear-view camera, cruise control, Bluetooth/USB, steering wheel buttons and 17-inch alloy wheels. There are also seven airbags and the maximum five-star ANCAP rating on all variants.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza comes in two body styles, 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback, and four trim levels: base Impreza 2.0i, mid-level Impreza Premium, Impreza Sport, and the high-level Impreza Limited. Subaru knows its buyers well at this point, and has grouped options into models and packages that offer an array of vehicles to which many owners will add accessories for wherever they may roam.

As with the sedan, the 5-Door’s new platform enjoys a 0.2-inch-lower center of gravity compared with the previous model. The curb weight, according to Subaru, ranges from about 3050 pounds in the base 2.0i manual to 3200 pounds on the big-wheeled Sport. The strut front and multilink rear suspensions mounted to stiffer subframes keep chassis roll and pitch to a minimum, yet the Impreza doesn’t punish you on broken pavement, even on the Sport’s 18-inch wheels. A quicker steering ratio borrowed from the BRZ makes the turn-in sharp and gratifying. Even in the absence of thrilling power, the Impreza is a delight because of its stiff, well-tuned chassis and also its firm brake pedal. Once you reach the freeway, the extra sound insulation and thicker side glass, as well as a redesigned HVAC system with larger ductwork and less fan roar, help cut the extraneous noise, although the thrumming Impreza still may not rate as the quietest in its class.

On the sides, the sedan and the hatch are similar to some extent. They sport a similar body line below the waistline just above their side skirts. They also share the line that connects the outer tip of the headlights and the tip of the taillights. Above the waistline, the two versions are a bit different. The hatch sports a small pointed window at the rear quarter panel.

The front profile of the sedan and hatchback are identical and are based on the Concept Subaru showcased in LA auto show last year. The features are however toned down for production purposes.  The front features a redesigned grille with blacked-out mesh. The grille is surrounded by sporty LED headlights and LED DRLs.

2017 Subaru Impreza Concept

2017 Subaru Impreza Engine

The 2017 Impreza carries over its powertrains from the previous year with the addition of direct injection. The output of the 2.0-liter flat-4 engine has risen from 148 to 152 horsepower, and once again it’s offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox on low-end or Sport models, or a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that will offer better EPA fuel-economy ratings. High-end models offer a “manual mode” function that lets drivers paddle-shift through seven fixed ratios, though we continue to think that Subaru’s CVT is one of the better examples among all makers. Still, there’s very little high-end power and the noise level in an otherwise relatively quiet car rises sharply when the car is driven hard.

The Subaru Impreza 2017 is powered by an upgraded 2.0 L 4-cylinder boxer engine.  Subaru has hooked up the engine with direct injection. The upgrade has helped pump output from 148 hp to 152 hp.

The engine will be mated with a CVT transmission with paddle shifters in high trim levels.  Some markets will have an option for a manual gearbox but as of this writing, Subaru had not confirmed or denied whether the manual will be available in the US. All models will feature Subaru’s Symmetrical AWD as standard. EPA ratings are not yet out but we expect the engine to be more efficient even though just slightly compared to the version on current models.  Outgoing models with CVT transmission return 29 mpg in city and 38 mpg on highway.

The newest Impreza essentially carries over its 2.0-liter flat-4 engine from the previous model, although this year Subaru has added direct injection. That gives an incremental boost in output, from 148 to 152 horsepower, but it’s hardly noticeable and the increase is largely above 4,000 rpm, so you have to wind out the engine to use it. Again the Impreza is offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox on low-end and Sport models, or a CVT that will offer better EPA fuel-economy ratings. Nine out of 10 Imprezas will be sold with the CVT, Subaru says.

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