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All you need to know about towbars for Subaru Impreza

Subaru first introduced the Impreza into their range in 2001. The Subaru Impreza is available as a Estate, Hatchback, or Saloon. So you know you are installing the right towbar on your Subaru Impreza, we have looked at towing capacity, electrical kits, bumper cuts and more for each variation of Subaru Impreza below.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Towbars

The Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) was first released in 2001. To determine which variant of Subaru Impreza you have, check your vehicle logbook. This will ensure you purchase the correct towbar.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Nose Weight

Estate((GG)) models made between 2001 and 2007 have a minimum nose weight of 75 kg and a maximum nose weight of 75 kg.

What does nose weight mean?

Nose weight is the force on the towball when a caravan or trailer is attached. Every towbar for every vehicle will have a specific nose weight for that vehicle which can differ between the age of the vehicle and the variation of the model. It is crucial that you don’t exceed the nose weight set on the towbar as this is dangerous and can decrease stability when towing.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Electric Kits

Electrical kits connect the electrics in your Estate((GG)) to the electrics on your trailer, bike rack or caravan so your lights are still visible.

Electric kits for Subaru Impreza Estate((GG))

We would always recommend having a dedicated electrics kit installed, where possible. This syncs with modern computer functions of your Estate((GG)), like ABS and trailer stability, rather than just basic lighting.

Why is a dedicated kit important? Well, not only does it work with the specific features of your vehicle, but it also protects the warranty of your Estate((GG)) and works with any enhanced safety features you may have.

Of course, you can choose between a dedicated kit or a universal kit, and we do offer both, but a universal electrical kit can affect your manufacturer warranty and you might also need to install a bypass relay.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Software Update

We will alert you as to whether your Estate((GG)) requires a software update when you choose your towbar electrics kit.

Does my vehicle need a software update?

Sometimes your vehicle may need a software update to accommodate your new dedicated electrical kit. This is so all of the latest computer features in your Estate((GG)) can accurately co-ordinate with your towbar electrics.

Software updates can take place at your local Subaru dealership when your vehicle is in for service. Or, this can sometimes be updated at your local garage when you arrange towbar fitting through WebFit.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Bumper Cuts

Estate((GG)) models made between 2001 and 2007 will not require a non-visible bumper cut in order to be fitted.

Does my vehicle need a bumper cut?

Some towbar styles might require a bumper cut in order to be fitted to your vehicle. But, this is improving and newer vehicles are less likely to require a bumper cut due to better towbar designs.


Subaru Impreza Estate((GG)) Towing Capacity

Estate((GG)) models made between 2001 and 2007 have a towing capacity of 1600 kg to 1600 kg.

Be sure to check the EXACT towing capacity of your vehicle before towing on your VIN plate.

What is towing capacity?

Towing capacity is the weight that your Estate((GG)) is capable of towing safely, but it can vary even across the same model of car. It is important to note that the capacity of the towbar and the towing capacity of the Estate((GG)) may differ, so you should always go by the specific towing weight of your vehicle, indicated above.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Towbars

The Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) was first released in 2007. To determine which variant of Subaru Impreza you have, check your vehicle logbook. This will ensure you purchase the correct towbar.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Nose Weight

Hatchback((GH)) models made between 2007 and 2012 have a minimum nose weight of 75 kg and a maximum nose weight of 75 kg.

What does nose weight mean?

Nose weight is the force on the towball when a caravan or trailer is attached. Every towbar for every vehicle will have a specific nose weight for that vehicle which can differ between the age of the vehicle and the variation of the model. It is crucial that you don’t exceed the nose weight set on the towbar as this is dangerous and can decrease stability when towing.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Electric Kits

Electrical kits connect the electrics in your Hatchback((GH)) to the electrics on your trailer, bike rack or caravan so your lights are still visible.

Electric kits for Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH))

We would always recommend having a dedicated electrics kit installed, where possible. This syncs with modern computer functions of your Hatchback((GH)), like ABS and trailer stability, rather than just basic lighting.

Why is a dedicated kit important? Well, not only does it work with the specific features of your vehicle, but it also protects the warranty of your Hatchback((GH)) and works with any enhanced safety features you may have.

Of course, you can choose between a dedicated kit or a universal kit, and we do offer both, but a universal electrical kit can affect your manufacturer warranty and you might also need to install a bypass relay.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Software Update

We will alert you as to whether your Hatchback((GH)) requires a software update when you choose your towbar electrics kit.

Does my vehicle need a software update?

Sometimes your vehicle may need a software update to accommodate your new dedicated electrical kit. This is so all of the latest computer features in your Hatchback((GH)) can accurately co-ordinate with your towbar electrics.

Software updates can take place at your local Subaru dealership when your vehicle is in for service. Or, this can sometimes be updated at your local garage when you arrange towbar fitting through WebFit.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Bumper Cuts

Hatchback((GH)) models made between 2007 and 2012 will not require a non-visible bumper cut in order to be fitted.

Does my vehicle need a bumper cut?

Some towbar styles might require a bumper cut in order to be fitted to your vehicle. But, this is improving and newer vehicles are less likely to require a bumper cut due to better towbar designs.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback((GH)) Towing Capacity

Hatchback((GH)) models made between 2007 and 2012 have a towing capacity of 1600 kg to 1600 kg.

Be sure to check the EXACT towing capacity of your vehicle before towing on your VIN plate.

What is towing capacity?

Towing capacity is the weight that your Hatchback((GH)) is capable of towing safely, but it can vary even across the same model of car. It is important to note that the capacity of the towbar and the towing capacity of the Hatchback((GH)) may differ, so you should always go by the specific towing weight of your vehicle, indicated above.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Towbars

The Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) was first released in 2014. To determine which variant of Subaru Impreza you have, check your vehicle logbook. This will ensure you purchase the correct towbar.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Nose Weight

Hatchback(All variants) models made between 2014 and 2017 have a minimum nose weight of 75 kg and a maximum nose weight of 75 kg.

What does nose weight mean?

Nose weight is the force on the towball when a caravan or trailer is attached. Every towbar for every vehicle will have a specific nose weight for that vehicle which can differ between the age of the vehicle and the variation of the model. It is crucial that you don’t exceed the nose weight set on the towbar as this is dangerous and can decrease stability when towing.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Electric Kits

Electrical kits connect the electrics in your Hatchback(All variants) to the electrics on your trailer, bike rack or caravan so your lights are still visible.

Electric kits for Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants)

We would always recommend having a dedicated electrics kit installed, where possible. This syncs with modern computer functions of your Hatchback(All variants), like ABS and trailer stability, rather than just basic lighting.

Why is a dedicated kit important? Well, not only does it work with the specific features of your vehicle, but it also protects the warranty of your Hatchback(All variants) and works with any enhanced safety features you may have.

Of course, you can choose between a dedicated kit or a universal kit, and we do offer both, but a universal electrical kit can affect your manufacturer warranty and you might also need to install a bypass relay.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Software Update

We will alert you as to whether your Hatchback(All variants) requires a software update when you choose your towbar electrics kit.

Does my vehicle need a software update?

Sometimes your vehicle may need a software update to accommodate your new dedicated electrical kit. This is so all of the latest computer features in your Hatchback(All variants) can accurately co-ordinate with your towbar electrics.

Software updates can take place at your local Subaru dealership when your vehicle is in for service. Or, this can sometimes be updated at your local garage when you arrange towbar fitting through WebFit.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Bumper Cuts

Hatchback(All variants) models made between 2014 and 2017 will not require a non-visible bumper cut in order to be fitted.

Does my vehicle need a bumper cut?

Some towbar styles might require a bumper cut in order to be fitted to your vehicle. But, this is improving and newer vehicles are less likely to require a bumper cut due to better towbar designs.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(All variants) Towing Capacity

Hatchback(All variants) models made between 2014 and 2017 have a towing capacity of 1500 kg to 1600 kg.

Be sure to check the EXACT towing capacity of your vehicle before towing on your VIN plate.

What is towing capacity?

Towing capacity is the weight that your Hatchback(All variants) is capable of towing safely, but it can vary even across the same model of car. It is important to note that the capacity of the towbar and the towing capacity of the Hatchback(All variants) may differ, so you should always go by the specific towing weight of your vehicle, indicated above.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Towbars

The Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) was first released in 2018. To determine which variant of Subaru Impreza you have, check your vehicle logbook. This will ensure you purchase the correct towbar.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Nose Weight

Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) models made vehicles made after 2018 have a minimum nose weight of 90 kg and a maximum nose weight of 90 kg.

What does nose weight mean?

Nose weight is the force on the towball when a caravan or trailer is attached. Every towbar for every vehicle will have a specific nose weight for that vehicle which can differ between the age of the vehicle and the variation of the model. It is crucial that you don’t exceed the nose weight set on the towbar as this is dangerous and can decrease stability when towing.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Electric Kits

Electrical kits connect the electrics in your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) to the electrics on your trailer, bike rack or caravan so your lights are still visible.

Electric kits for Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI)

We would always recommend having a dedicated electrics kit installed, where possible. This syncs with modern computer functions of your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI), like ABS and trailer stability, rather than just basic lighting.

Why is a dedicated kit important? Well, not only does it work with the specific features of your vehicle, but it also protects the warranty of your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) and works with any enhanced safety features you may have.

Of course, you can choose between a dedicated kit or a universal kit, and we do offer both, but a universal electrical kit can affect your manufacturer warranty and you might also need to install a bypass relay.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Software Update

We will alert you as to whether your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) requires a software update when you choose your towbar electrics kit.

Does my vehicle need a software update?

Sometimes your vehicle may need a software update to accommodate your new dedicated electrical kit. This is so all of the latest computer features in your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) can accurately co-ordinate with your towbar electrics.

Software updates can take place at your local Subaru dealership when your vehicle is in for service. Or, this can sometimes be updated at your local garage when you arrange towbar fitting through WebFit.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Bumper Cuts

Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) models made vehicles made after 2018 will not require a non-visible bumper cut in order to be fitted.

Does my vehicle need a bumper cut?

Some towbar styles might require a bumper cut in order to be fitted to your vehicle. But, this is improving and newer vehicles are less likely to require a bumper cut due to better towbar designs.


Subaru Impreza Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) Towing Capacity

Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) models made vehicles made after 2018 have a towing capacity of 1400 kg to 1400 kg.

Be sure to check the EXACT towing capacity of your vehicle before towing on your VIN plate.

What is towing capacity?

Towing capacity is the weight that your Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) is capable of towing safely, but it can vary even across the same model of car. It is important to note that the capacity of the towbar and the towing capacity of the Hatchback(exc. WRX/STI) may differ, so you should always go by the specific towing weight of your vehicle, indicated above.


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