Subaru Australia Announces Sixth-Generation Impreza with Redesigned Features

Matt Brand
March 24, 2023

Subaru Australia has opened expressions of interest for the all-new Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive Subaru Impreza. The completely redesigned sixth-generation Impreza showcases a sleek silhouette, advanced Subaru entertainment technology, enhanced safety features, and improved performance.

The latest Subaru Impreza iteration draws on the company's three decades of engineering innovation and expertise, aiming to encourage owners to embrace adventure and versatility, from beach trips to city outings.

New Subaru Impreza Rear

Blair Read, Managing Director of Subaru Australia, commented on the new generation Impreza: "The Impreza has long been a popular choice, and the new model offers a comprehensive package for drivers, including new styling, technology, safety, and comfort, combined with Subaru's signature Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The sixth-generation Impreza is designed to provide drivers with confidence in various conditions."

The all-new Subaru Impreza enhances the driving experience by incorporating features such as an 11.6-inch infotainment touchscreen, wireless smartphone charging, and increased connectivity options. Additionally, the latest generation EyeSight® Driver Assist system and Subaru's renowned Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive contribute to the vehicle's overall appeal.

New Subaru Impreza Interior

The sixth-generation Subaru Impreza is set to enter the Australian market soon, and interested parties are encouraged to register their interest via the Subaru website to receive updates about its arrival. For those considering the purchase of a Subaru Impreza now, the current generation model remains available. Potential buyers are advised to contact their local retailer for a test drive or visit to learn more or place an order.

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Matt Brand
Matt Brand, the esteemed car critic from Car Sauce, offers unparalleled expertise on all things automotive. From new car releases to pre-owned options, he provides in-depth analysis and honest evaluations to guide readers through the car-buying process. Join us as he delves into the exciting world of motoring.

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