The Impreza has reached 2015 model year in United States so Subaru decided to freshen up the sedan and hatchback by restyling the front end. We notice the subtle revisions to the headlights, grille and bumper while at the back of the sedan there’s an LED third brake light along with a different lip spoiler. Inside the cabin a standard 6.2-inch touchscreen has been installed on all models but a 7-inch version is available on the sedan in Limited and Sport Limited trims which come with navigation system featuring voice command. This new infotainment system supports USB & AUX, smartphone integration, Rear Vision Camera, HD Radio and others.
Opt for the 2015 Subaru Impreza Premium or Limited and you get a Lineartronic CVT transmission as standard while the interior of all variants should now be more refined and quieter. Under the hood the sole choice is a four-cylinder 2.0-liter boxer engine rated at 148 bhp and 145 lb-ft delivered to both axles. With the CVT, the model is capable of returning 28 mpg in the city, 37 mpg on the highway and 31 mpg in the combined cycle.