The Subaru Impreza compact car, Subaru debuted in 1993 as a successor to the Subaru RX, which has gone out of production in 1989. The model was a sports car in WRX and WRX STI variants early on, and today, it's a sedan and hatchback duo.
Planning a repair or an upgrade on your Impreza model? You've come to the right online store for Subaru auto parts.
Many trims and engines have been available for the model since the mid-1990s -- base, L, LS, LX, and Outback in the first few model years, for example, and these, equipped with a 1.8-liter or a 2.2-liter, flat four-cylinder, depending on trim. In the 2000s, for another example, you could get trims like RS, TS, 2.5i, WRX Limited, and 2.5 GT, plus a 2.5-liter, flat-four engine. For the 2010s, trims like Sport Limited, Sport Premium, WRX Premium, and WRX STI Limited were offered, and in the 2020s, base, Premium, Limited, and Sport trims with 2.0-liter H4 engines.
We carry the parts and accessories you need for them all, right here at Stivers Decatur Subaru -- and we're a better bet than other Subaru dealers and aftermarket parts stores. There are plenty of reasons to buy from us for your next project.
Why Shop with Us?
Genuine Subaru, Not Cheap Aftermarket Parts and Accessories
The brand you love manufactures them for the Impreza you love specifically. That means, for one, that they're OEM-quality, and secondly, that they'll be guaranteed to fit and work just like the factory parts the car got to begin with. Put simply, buy from us, and you won't have to worry about anything questionable from an off-brand.
Low Prices, Not Premium Markups
A lot of the time, you'll pay less than MSRP. Sometimes, you can even get a steep discount off that list price. Check out the savings for yourself: select your Impreza model year and trim/engine in our catalog to start browsing. You'll quickly notice lower costs -- lower than those at many dealerships that source Subaru car parts.
Warranty Coverage, Not Just a Return Policy
Defects in materials or workmanship can derail the maintenance schedule on any Impreza. You shouldn't run into any with any Subaru part or accessory. If you do, though, the brand can take care of them. That's especially important when buying replacement parts for common Impreza problems -- things like oxygen and knock sensors, spark plugs, and head gaskets, for instance. It's just as important for buying the basics as well: air filters, oil filters, installation hardware, and such.
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