Here’s The 2017 Subaru Impreza Sedan [New Images]

Few (should) be surprised to see that Subaru’s production 2017 Impreza doesn’t look anywhere near as impressive as last year’s Impreza Concept.

Revealed in sedan form on the eve of the New York Auto Show where it will be joined by the five-door hatchback, the 2017 Impreza incorporates the lines of the study, but in the dreary way that we’ve come to expect from production Subaru models. Nevertheless, it does look a bit more playful and youthful than the current car.

The interior doesn’t actually seem all that different from the outgoing model, with Subaru tidying up and modernizing the center console that houses two screens for the navigation and infotainment systems, with a third display positioned between the instrument panel gauges.

The 2017 Impreza is the first production model from Subaru to sit on the automaker’s newly developed Global Platform that will form the base for most of their next-generation models. It’s larger than the car it replaces, with the wheelbase extended by 25mm (1 in.), the overall length by 41mm (1.6 in.) and the width by 38mm (1.5 in.), though its height has been reduced by 10mm (0.4 in.).

We know that Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive will come as standard, but we’re in the dark for now on what engines will drive the new Impreza.

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  • Sleeis

    If you’re going to comment on a page that potentially billions of people can easily access, please ensure you are capable of typing complete sentences, using proper grammar, and avoid spelling in a way that makes one assume you are simply a third grade student surfing the internet during nap time.

    Anyways, if you want something nice, then do not buy this cheap car. You get what you pay for, and a Subaru WRX STi will only cost you $40,000.00. If you want a nice automobile that will also satisfy your want for a luxurious and sporty ride, simply buy one of the vehicles I have purchased: Mercedes G550 AMG63, Cadillac XTS Platinum, and BMW 750li. These vehicles have been absolutely marvelous, yet do not break the bank. Perhaps I will one day be capable of affording vehicles in the $500,000.00 – $2,400,000.00 range.

    Best Regards,


    • stelvio

      Time to take your meds dude

      • Sleeis

        Are you upset? Maybe if what I stated wasn’t true, then you would have all rights to converse with me, pertaining to you having an argumentive response, respectively. But, because I am correct with my implications, you have nothing to say in terms of constructing an intelligent response? “Time to take your meds dude” is vague, to say the least. You didn’t even use proper grammar, which is funny, because I just mentioned your ignorance in my previously posted comment. Have a good night, idiot. 🙂

        • stelvio

          Good night Psycho

          • Sleeis

            Someone is a little upset. Why so angry? Why are you calling people names? I don’t understand why you call people names, only because you’re on the verge of mental retardation. You are too broke to afford this vehicle, therefore, you shouldn’t even be commenting on this page. Aside from that, you obviously will never maintain a professional career, so the only way you will get this exact model year, is for you to wait until ten years from now. By then, I will have probably fucked your mom, sister, and whomever else in the backseat. Hope you enjoy that shit of car you will be buying. You most likely drive an early 2000’s vehicle right now. LMAO. Enjoy your sad excuse for a life, you poor, ignorant, worthless piece of shit

          • stelvio

            Tell me, are you working for Subaru, an english teacher or you’re just taking every opportunity to brag about your purchases because you don’t have any friends who would ride with you?

          • Sleeis

            Not once did I imply I am working for Subaru, nor did I imply I am an English teacher. Honestly, I couldn’t care less about the car I bought, because I won’t have it for a few weeks. I am a software engineer whom enjoys trolling.

          • stelvio

            No shit? Well I’m sorry I took too much of your effort, Mensa boy.

  • primetime2123

    keeps on getting uglier

  • bobcchicago

    Does the Impreza sedan only come with a rear spoiler?

  • stockli530

    The new dash design looks awful. I hope they don’t carry it over to the Forester as well…

  • stockli530

    You got that backwards… interior is awful. Those vents look like they are off of a Chevy cargo van.

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