Redesigned one model year ago, the Subaru Impreza gets a $140 bump a combination of increases to the MSRP and destination fee in price for the 2018 model year across all trim levels. It's essentially a carryover, the only significant change being automatic headlight activation on most trim levels when you turn on the wipers. The base Impreza, called the 2.0i, starts at $19,355 with a manual transmission for 2018. It remains well-equipped at that, with a standard 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and power windows with one-touch front operation. A continuously variable automatic transmission adds another $1,000. Here are the major additional features by trim level. All prices include an $860 destination charge (a $40 increase from the previous model year) in 49 states; it's another $150 in Alaska for a total of $1,010. The automatic-only 2.0i Premium ($22,155) adds the headlight-wiper function, 16-inch alloy wheels and heaters for the front seats, mirrors and windshield. The 2.0i Sport ($22,955 with the manual) gets unique suspension tuning and 18-inch wheels plus sportier styling cues, active torque vectoring to improve handling, keyless access with push-button start, a larger (8-inch) dashboard display and on manual models a short-throw shifter. The optional automatic runs another $800. The automatic-only 2.0i Limited ($25,055) gets a more upscale-themed exterior with 17-inch rims. Atop the Sport model's interior features, the Limited adds leather upholstery, a power driver's seat and automatic climate control.
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