The Subaru Impreza stands out in its segment as it comes with a standard AWD drivetrain across all trims. It comes with added grip, traction, and stability over the usual FWD competitors, which might attract buyers. The 2014 Subaru Impreza sedan comes with minor improvements over the last year’s model. Overall it is a carryover model with a slight polish over the 2013 model. Pricing starts at $17,895 for the base trim of the 2014 Impreza, while the top-end Limited trim costs $22,195.
For 2014, the Impreza’s high-end Limited trim gets a rearview camera as standard, and when opted for navigation, you get the smartphone integration function bundled along with it. The Impreza sedan is offered with a single-engine and two transmission options in three trim lines. The 2014 Impreza sedan competes with the 2014 Chevrolet Cruze, 2014 Honda Civic, and the 2014 Mazda 3.