2013 Subaru Impreza Road Test and Review: Models and Prices
The 2013 Subaru Impreza is sold as a 4-door sedan and a 5-door hatchback. The car depicted here is the 5-door hatchback, which is offered in five different trim levels: 2.0i ($19,165 with a manual transmission), 2.0i Premium ($21,065 with a manual transmission), 2.0i Sport Premium ($21,565 with a manual transmission), 2.0i Limited ($23,265 with standard CVT), and 2.0i Sport Limited ($23,765 with standard CVT).
My test car was the 2.0i Sport Limited, painted Dark Gray Metallic with matching wheels, and equipped with black leather and an option package containing a power sunroof and a touchscreen navigation system. The total sticker price was $25,965. Subaru offers 61 different accessories for this car its dealers, but this test sample had none.
One might logically assume that the Impreza 2.0i Sport models add hardware designed to make the car more fun to drive. However, as my stepfather might have said during my formative years, doing so would make an “ass” out of “u” and “me.” All the Sport designation does is add the gray-painted aluminum wheels, roof rails, and fog lights.
Subaru, you’re such a tease.