Subaru_Impreza-2017-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
2016
Subaru
Impreza
2017
Subaru
Impreza
2018
Subaru
Impreza
2019
Subaru
Impreza
2020
January 4.382 5.105 5.351 4.183 3.978
February 4.432 5.826 5.130 4.291 3.916
March 5.193 7.653 5.973 5.305 2.395
April 4.836 8.038 5.833 4.819 1.857
May 5.928 8.546 7.843 5.532 3.085
June 4.994 7.858 7.684 5.558 3.389
July 5.200 7.777 7.386 6.225 4.259
August 5.319 7.462 8.154 7.519 4.654
September 4.786 6.324 6.186 5.861
October 3.010 6.733 5.499 5.696
November 2.032 6.684 5.481 5.686
December 5.126 8.037 5.880 5.740

Subaru
Impreza
2019 66.415
2018 76.400
2017 86.043
2016 55.238
2015 66.785
2014 57.996
2013 58.856
2012 68.175
2011 27.391
2010 36.072

 
 
Previous generations:
 
Fourth generation (2012-2016 Model Years):
Subaru_Impreza-US-car-sales-statistics
Third generation (2008-2011 Model Years):
Subaru_Impreza-third_generation-US-car-sales-statistics
Second generation (2001-2007 Model Years):
Subaru_Impreza-second_generation-US-car-sales-statistics
First generation (1993-2000 Model Years):
Subaru_Impreza-first_generation-US-car-sales-statistics

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