2004IMPREZA S203

  • IMPREZA S203
The Impreza S203 was developed based on the concept of a ‘globally pure sport sedan’ aiming to be an automotive rank with performance capabilities, which could compete alongside high-grade sport cars in Europe. In addition to increasing the size of the turbine and improving the efficiency of the intake and exhaust systems, engine balancing was also performed. Specially tuned dampers and low down springs were installed, and as for links, many pillow ball bushes were utilised, while the diameter of the stabilizer was also expanded. From the results of aerodynamic study, special front and rear STI spoilers were fitted. This vehicle also featured RECARO bucket seats with a dry carbon shell. Petter Solberg, the then lead driver of the SUBARU World Rally Team, was involved in development testing and his opinions were reflected in this model. While the original colours of the Impreza were retained, the Impreza S203 was not just an extension of the original model. It reflected the highest quality and had a premium feel which satisfied the more mature driver's expectations.

Limited to 555 units


Overall Length
4,415 mm
Overall Width
1,740 mm
Overall Height
1,410 mm
2,540 mm
Tread [Front / Rear]
1,490 mm / 1,500 mm
Min. Road Clearance
125 mm
Kerb Weight [Reference Value]
1,445 kg
Gross Kerb Weight [Reference Value]
1,720 kg
Seating Capacity
5 people
Engine Type
1,994 cc
Bore x Stroke
92.0 mm × 75.0 mm
Compression Ratio
Max. Output [Net]
235 kW (320 PS) / 6400 rpm
Max. Torque [Net]
422 N・m (43.0 kgf・m) / 4400 rpm
Number of Unites
555 units