IM­PRES­SIVE IM­PROVE­MENTS

IM­PREZA QUAL­ITY AND STYLE UP, PRICES DOWN

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Drive Way -

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.

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