When Subaru revealed the 2024 Impreza would no longer be available in a sedan body style, we anticipated higher starting prices. We now understand the exact nature of the increase. The cheapest 2024 Impreza costs $24,085, which includes the $1,090 destination fee that Subaru requires. By $3,270 over the least expensive 2023 Impreza, there has been a significant increase.
That is a significant increase if you are merely cross-shopping entry-level Subies. However, the new Impreza Base is now a five-door hatch with a CVT because the less expensive sedan and manual transmission are no longer available. In light of this, customers still pay more for the most recent version, but the price difference is now $1,470, which is more reasonable. It’s important to note that Subaru’s destination fee for 2024 has increased slightly from $1,020 on outgoing models to $1,090.
After that is resolved, Subaru discloses the prices for the three 2024 Impreza trims that will be available at launch. With a price of $26,085, the Impreza Sport is a step up from Base. The RS, priced at $28,975, is the top-of-the-line model. Once more, destination fees are included in these costs.
Here’s a breakdown of 2024 Subaru Impreza pricing.
|Model/Trim||Base Price||MSRP (incl. $1,090 destination fee)|
We don’t know how expensive the most recent Impreza can be because Subaru doesn’t yet have an online configurator for 2024 models. We do have some costs associated with the option packages that are offered, such as the $350 price tag for the Base trim’s alloy wheels and the $1,900 price tag for the Sport package that includes blind-spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert, an all-weather package, and a moonroof. A $2,070 package, exclusive to the RS, combines the moonroof with a power driver seat and an improved stereo. With that added, the price of the 2024 Subaru Impreza RS is $31,045.
The 2024 Impreza, the sixth generation of Subaru’s enduring compact car, makes its debut in November 2022. It has a 2.0-liter flat-four engine with 152 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque in Base and Sport trims. The RS trim’s return for this new generation of models is noteworthy because it was last seen in the US market back in 2001. The RS uses a larger 2.5-liter engine that produces 182 horsepower and 178 lb-ft of torque in addition to its exterior upgrades.