IMPREZA QUALITY AND STYLE UP, PRICES DOWN
SUBARU has given its Impreza range an exterior facelift, improved interior quality, enhanced infotainment systems – and cut prices.
The Free Trade Agreement with Japan and further trims by Subaru add up to a $1000 price drop since December.
But the biggest cut is in the range-topping Impreza 2.0i-S. Previously listed at $30,990, it's now down to $27,400 – a price drop of $3590.
In another development, the mid-spec 2.0i-L model has been replaced by the 2.0i Premium, which includes leather trim interior and steering wheel, reverse camera and foglights over the entry level model.
The facelift includes a changed grille, headlights and foglight cluster to give the Impreza a sportier, more aggressive look. Inside, overall quality has been improved and there is an all-new infotainment system.
The Impreza range has a new look, more goodies and costs less.