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2011 Subaru Impreza US Pricing and Specs

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Subaru Impreza is best known with its rally-bred WRX models, but there’s also normal models of this fine car for those who want a cheap and reliable Japanese car. Here’s the official pricing of 2011MY sedan including 2.5i, 2.5i Premium and Impreza Outback Sport, and they have the same price as 2010. The basic entry-level model is priced at $17,495 which competes with 2011 VW Jetta.

That’s the Impreza 2.5i with the normally-aspirated 2.5 liter SOHC boxer engine with 170 hp.Then there is the Impreza 2.5i Premium with a starting price of $18,495 for the sedan and s$18,995 for the 5-door version which comes with a few extras including alloy wheels, a leather wrapped shifter and steering wheel and audio control switches on the steering wheel.

All Impreza models feature the active safety of Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Vehicle Dynamics Control and Brake Assist as standard equipment.

The Impreza Outback Sport starts from $19,995 (again same as 2010) and comes with new features such as 17-inch alloy wheels, raised suspension, fog lights, All-Weather Package and a cargo tray. The audio system for the 2.5i Premium and Outback Sport models is upgraded for the ’11MY and now includes standard Bluetooth Audio Streaming, Bluetooth Hands-Free Connectivity, standard USB port with iPod control capability, a single-disc CD Player with MP3/WWA capability and six upgraded speakers.

New exterior colors include Marine Blue Pearl and Sky Blue Metallic for the sedan and Camellia Red Pearl and Sage Green Metallic plus Obsidian Black two-tone, Marine Blue two-tone and Steel Silver two-tone for the Outback. Also, the Special Edition model is no called the Power Moonroof Value Package! and includes All-Weather Package, fog lights and power moonroof for just $500, a retail value of $1,850 resulting in a generous $1,350 discount.

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