Subaru has confirmed pricing details for the 2023 Impreza sedan and five-door variants.

The base sedan will start at $20,815, and that includes Subaru’s $1,020 destination fee ($1,170 for our readers in Alaska). Stepping up to the five-door variant means a slight jump up to $21,315; both of these models are equipped with a five-speed manual transmission.

2022 Subaru Impreza

Either base model may be equipped with a CVT automatic, bumping prices up to $22,155 and $22,615 for the sedan and five-door respectively. All base models will come with Subaru’s STARLINK infotainment system, taking the form of a 6.5-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. Premium models are only available with the CVT, starting at $24,215 for the sedan and $24,715 for the five-door. They’ll come packaged with the STARLINK 6.5-inch Multimedia Plus infotainment system, fog lights, and some additional STARLINK safety features; premium five-door models come standard with roof rails. An optional package adds a Power Moonroof, Blind-Spot Detection, Keyless Access with push-button start, and a six-way power driver’s seat for an additional $1,970.

The Impreza Sport is the highest trim available for the sedan and the second-highest for the five-door. The sedan variant only comes with the CVT, starting at $25,615; however, the five-door Sport comes standard with the 5-speed manual transmission and can be bumped up to the CVT, starting at $25,015 and $26,115 respectively. All Sports see an upgraded 8.0-inch touchscreen, keyless entry with remote start, aluminum pedals, and some leather touchpoints all around. An optional package adds a Power Moonroof, Blind-Spot Detection, a 6-way power driver’s seat and a Harmon Kardon sound system for $2,470.

2022 Subaru Impreza

The Limited trim is reserved for the Impreza five-door, with an MSRP of $28,415. This comes with one transmission configuration, the CVT, and basically includes everything in the Sport plus LED headlights and daytime running lights, unique 17-inch wheels, special chrome trim, and turn signal side mirrors. The sport’s option package can also be added on for an additional $2,350.

All 2023 Imprezas come configured as all-wheel drive, powered by a 4-cylinder BOXER engine producing 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque. Models are expected to reach dealership lots this fall.