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2011 Subaru Impreza prices announced

Today, Subaru announced prices for the 2011 Impreza models, including the 2.5i, the 2.5i Premium, and the Outback Sport. The Impreza 2.5i sedan starts at $17,495 with the 5-door version starting at $17,995. The Impreza 2.5i Premium sedan starts at $18,495 with the 5-door version at $18,995. The Outback version is priced at $19,995. The 2011 Subaru Impreza is scheduled to arrive in dealerships in July.

The Special Edition Package is replaced by the power moonroof value package that includes the all-weather package, fog lights, and a power moonroof for just $500. All models will be offered with Subaru symmetrical all-wheel drive, vehicle dynamics control and brake assist, 17" alloy wheels, raised suspension, and fog lights as standard equipment.

New for the 2011MY, Camellia Red Pearl and Sage Green Metallic will be offered as monotone exterior colors on the Outback Sport. Obsidian Black two-tone, Marine Blue two-tone, and Steel Silver two-tone complete the Outback Sport color line up.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Subaru of America, Inc. today announced pricing for the 2011MY Subaru Impreza (non-turbo) models. Pricing for the 2.5i, 2.5i Premium and Impreza Outback Sport are held to 2010 model year levels.

Subaru of America continues to enjoy record sales after its best-ever sales year in 2009, with sales up 40 percent year-to-date. The Subaru Impreza Subaru Impreza is also showing a sales increase year-to-date due to its unique blend of fun-to-drive performance, safety and functionality with Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive technology. The Impreza has been an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick for three consecutive years, making it an unmatched value in the compact vehicle segment. The 2011 Subaru Impreza is scheduled to arrive at dealerships in July. 

Subaru Impreza 2.5i

The well-equipped Impreza 2.5i maintains an aggressive starting price of $17,495, with the 5-door available starting at $17,995. All naturally-aspirated Imprezas come with Subaru Subaru ’s 2.5-liter SOHC horizontally-opposed boxer engine with i-Active Valve Lift System. This engine puts out an impressive 170 hp @ 6,000 rpm. 

All Impreza models feature the active safety of Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Vehicle Dynamics Control and Brake Assist as standard equipment. Two new colors for the 2011MY, Marine Blue Pearl and Sky Blue Metallic, expand the color selection, while Newport Blue is phased out.

Subaru Impreza 2.5i Premium

The Impreza 2.5i Premium maintains its starting price of $18,495 — the 5-door is $18,995. The 2.5i Premium trim level adds alloy wheels, a leather wrapped shifter and steering wheel and audio control switches on the steering wheel. 

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. 

The Special Edition Package on the Impreza 2.5i Premium is renamed the Power Moonroof Value Package for the ’11MY and still includes the All-Weather Package, fog lights and power moonroof for just $500, a retail value of $1,850 resulting in a generous $1,350 discount.

Subaru Impreza Outback Sport

The Outback Sport maintains its attractive starting price of $19,995 and includes items such as standard 17-inch alloy wheels, raised suspension, fog lights, All-Weather Package and a cargo tray among its many upgraded features. 

New for the 2011MY, Camellia Red Pearl and Sage Green Metallic will be offered as monotone exterior colors on the Outback Sport. Obsidian Black two-tone, Marine Blue two-tone and Steel Silver two-tone complete the Outback Sport color line up. 

Destination and Delivery charges for the 2011MY are $725 (Alaska D&D is $875).




8 comments:

Even without AWD and having 30 less horsepower and being 4 thousand dollars more, the Chevy Cruze will be the best. The Cobalt is the best now, the Cruze will be that much better

yes, the sports outback is the race ready impreza out of the box.

The Outback Sport maintains its starting price of $19,995 and includes items such as standard 17 inch alloy wheels, raised suspension, fog lights, All-Weather Package and a cargo tray among its many upgraded features.

Too expensive! But its okay because it is a continuous evolution and development of the WRX STI is driven by the strong, loyal and vocal support from thousands of enthusiastic owners of this exciting high-performance vehicle.

i would rather choose the impreza killer.. it a little bit more less expensive but more fun to drive.

The base model is not turbo.

hmm i guess it’s price is reasonable.. because.. it’s an AWD, it’s engine has turbo, semi race ready.. and quite comfortable to drive.

These cars are too expensive. The Impreza is without question the segment leader for small cars, exceeding nearly all of its rivals at nearly everything, but everyone buys a Civic or Corolla because they’re thousands cheaper.

The Impreza’s fatal flaw is that, when well equipped, it is far out of the price range of its intended competitors and entering the price range of bigger, better cars like the Camry.

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