Subaru Impreza

Subaru_Impreza-US-car-sales-statisticsMonthly and annual sales figures for the Subaru Impreza in the US.

The Impreza was introduced in 1993 as a replacement to the Subaru Loyale, formerly known as Leone.
 
These statistics include sales figures of the regular versions of the Impreza, excluding sales of the Subaru WRX and STi, which are also published separately. We also publish combined sales figures of the Subaru Impreza and WRX/STi versions. Sales figures of the related Subaru XV Crosstrek are not included in the data below.
 
See how Subaru Impreza sales compare to the other models in the US Compact Car segment. Also find Subaru Impreza sales figures in Europe.
 
 

Subaru
Impreza
2013
Subaru
Impreza
2014
Subaru
Impreza
2015
Subaru
Impreza
2016
Subaru
Impreza
2017
January 4.590 4.252 5.096 4.382 5.105
February 4.515 4.559 4.826 4.432
March 5.327 5.908 5.364 5.193
April 4.692 5.444 5.311 4.836
May 5.219 5.659 5.643 5.928
June 5.210 5.277 5.066 4.994
July 5.614 5.368 7.579 5.200
August 6.784 5.938 7.074 5.319
September 4.622 4.040 5.555 4.786
October 3.567 3.154 5.340 3.010
November 3.767 2.589 4.924 2.032
December 4.949 5.808 6.059 5.126

Subaru
Impreza
2016 55.238
2015 66.785
2014 57.996
2013 58.856
2012 68.175
2011 27.391
2010 36.072

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Subaru
Impreza
2013
Subaru
Impreza
2014
Subaru
Impreza
2015
Subaru
Impreza
2016
Subaru
Impreza
2017
January 4.590 4.252 5.096 4.382 5.105
February 4.515 4.559 4.826 4.432
March 5.327 5.908 5.364 5.193
April 4.692 5.444 5.311 4.836
May 5.219 5.659 5.643 5.928
June 5.210 5.277 5.066 4.994
July 5.614 5.368 7.579 5.200
August 6.784 5.938 7.074 5.319
September 4.622 4.040 5.555 4.786
October 3.567 3.154 5.340 3.010
November 3.767 2.589 4.924 2.032
December 4.949 5.808 6.059 5.126

Subaru
Impreza
2016 55.238
2015 66.785
2014 57.996
2013 58.856
2012 68.175
2011 27.391
2010 36.072

Comments

  1. Chris Nelson says:

    Your figures for the impreza are wrong, 2015 total was 66785 not over 100k

    http://www.subaru.com/2015-sales-record

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi Chris,

      thanks for your comment. As mentioned above the table, we include sales of the WRX and STI in those of the Impreza, as they’re basically no more than sporty versions of the same car. Subaru North America chooses to separate those figures, which explains the difference in data.
      Separate data for the WRX/STI can be found here: http://carsalesbase.com/us-car-sales-data/subaru/wrx-sti/

  2. very strange way to do it, the WRX/STi are based on the 08 impreza and have not really advanced. The crosstrek is actually far more related, in fact in japan it is the impreza VX because it is merely lifted 3 inches.

    I was trying to compare the crosstrek and the impreza specifically because my thought was that the crosstrek, when it was introduced really impacted impreza sales and it looks to be the case. the crosstrek is the 3 best selling subaru and the impreza has dropped to 5th.

    the impreza went from 68k sales in 2012 to 66k in 2016 while the crosstrek went from 7k to 89k in the same timeframe
    Year impreza crosstrek
    2011 27.391
    2012 68.175 7.396
    2013 58.856 53.741
    2014 57.996 70.956
    2015 66.785 88.927

  3. Bart Demandt says:

    Hi Chris,

    Since I can relate to your reasoning for separating the WRX and STi versions from the regular Impreza the models, I’ve updated the data. On this page you can now find sales of only the regular Impreza. The combined sales figures of the Impreza and WRX/STi have been moved to another page.
    I would like to make one note to your comment on how the WRX/STi would be based on the 08 impreza, that’s not entirely correct: from the 2015 model year, the WRX/STi are based on the 2012 Model Year Impreza and have the same profile, same front doors and trunk lid and same interior, but have a different nose with different headlights and hood, and also different rear quarter panels.

    • And the 2017 impreza is again a totally different platform again so the WRX/STI are again one platform behind. Which makes sense for such a low volume vehicle.

  4. is there any place tht gives a breakout of subaru sales volume by state?

    • It would be better to look at actual registrations per state. We live in Sioux Falls, SD but went to Sioux City IA to buy both our 2012 Impreza and later our 2016 Crosstrek because we got a better deal.

Let me know what you think of this article. Thanks!

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