The Subaru Levorg is a turbo estate/wagon, and the Impreza a sedan or hatch. Find out how different they are in this side by side comparison.
The new 2020 Subaru Levorg uses the Subaru Global Platform, and has an interior shared with the new (yet to be seen) WRX.
The 2020 Subaru Levorg STI Sport Prototype has a new splitter, rear diffuser, wheels and exhaust tips to go along with an all new body and platform.
The 2020 Subaru Levorg V-Sport has black wheels and highlights, bigger brakes, and a 2L turbo H4 with 220kW (295hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft).
The Subaru Levorg is a mild to hot turbo wagon based on the Impreza. Sadly it’s not sold in the US, but there will be second-gen car for Japan and Europe.
The Subaru Levorg Prototype previews the second generation hot wagon based on the Impreza. It has a new 1.8L turbo H4 engine and AWD.
The 2019 Subaru Levorg facelift is available in the UK with a 2L naturally aspirated H4 engine for the first time, and also includes subtle styling changes.
The 2013 Subaru Levorg Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show exactly previewed the Legacy based wagon that went on sale in early 2014.
The VM Subaru Levorg wagon is sold in the UK with just one drivetrain: a 1.6-liter direct injection turbo with 170PS and 250Nm matched to a CVT and AWD.
Starting in 2015, Subaru began selling the Levorg outside of Japan, but what does the name of this WRX-based wagon actually mean?