2011 Subaru Impreza Pricing Announced
Powered by a 2.5-liter 175 hp engine, the new Imprezas comes in two new colors for 2011: Marine blue pearl and sky blue metallic.
All models but the base 2.5i trim receive a new six-speaker sound system with Bluetooth and USB. They'll be in Subaru dealerships in July.
The Impreza 2.5i starts at $18,220 in sedan and $18,720 in five-door hatchback. The 2.5i Premium climbs to $19,220 for a sedan or $19,720 for the hatchback (16-inch alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter.)
The new Special Edition package, $500 extra, includes heated front seats, fog lights, and a sunroof.
The Impreza Outback Sport starts at $20,720, with 17-inch wheels, raised suspension, fog lights, heated seats, and cargo tray.
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