Subaru has released pricing details for the 2024 Impreza hatchback, all-new and starting at $24,085.

That sticker price will net an entry-level Base trim and includes Subaru’s $1,090 destination charge (though Alaska-based customers will need to pay a little more for shipping, $1,240). For 2024, the Impreza is offered in three trims– Base, Sport and RS– and configured exclusively as a hatchback model.

The Sport will start at $26,085 with delivery, while the range-topping RS starts at $28,975. The Base and Sport are powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder BOXER engine, generating 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque; however, stepping up to the RS grants a 2.5-liter BOXER putting out 182 horses and 178 lb-ft of torque. Sadly, the manual transmission has been axed, and now standard across all trims is a CVT automatic.

Base models come equipped with a healthy amount of tech, including Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, steering responsive LED headlights, and dual 7-inch infotainment touchscreens. Stepping up to the Sport means a few more gadgets, like the 11.6-inch infotainment system and keyless access, but it also means sport-tuned suspension and steering wheel paddle shifters, the latter enabling an 8-speed manual mode through the CVT.

Along with the aforementioned engine, the RS builds off of the Sport and will receive a standard All-Weather Package, additional safety measures and, as expected, trim-exclusive accents. That includes dark gray 18-inch wheels and black garnishing on the front grille, side spoilers and mirrors. The cabin is appointed by gunmetal and simulated carbon fiber, plus black and red sport seats, among additional accouterments.

Subaru unveiled the all-new 2024 Impreza hatchback at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, and it should begin arriving at dealers early this summer. Production is based at Subaru’s plant in Gunma, Japan.