Only a few hours ago we told you about the Japanese premium automaker’s plans to release a razor sharp Special Edition Subaru WRX STI complete with a host of suspension parts from the track tuned Spec C model. Well now the all wheel drive automaker is telling us that they are also bringing a more luxurious Limited Edition of the slightly less powerful WRX to the L.A. Auto Show.

2010 Subaru Impreza WRX Limited Edition
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Although it’s not an STI with its more mundane 265 HP 2.5 Liter turbocharged flat four, however with its symmetrical all wheel drive system and refined interior this is much like the leather wrapped Limited model that Subaru sold back in 2007. Based on the 2010 Impreza WRX, the Limited Edition adds a leather interior, moonroof and SIRIUS Satellite Radio over the already well equipped WRX Premium. Wow, it looks like Subaru is finally giving their customers what they want, if scandinavian flicks and embarrassing cars more than three times as expensive at the track then you can have your all out Special Edition STI and if you just want to have a smile on your face every time you get out of your Impreza and also relax in leather, then this Limited Edition WRX is for you.

Updated 02/08/10: Subaru announced prices for the Impreza WRX Limited Edition: the 4-door WRX Limited will be priced at $28,495 while the 5-door model will be priced at $28,995.


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  (592) posted on 11.30.2010

a limited edition Impreza really kicking asses. With it’s new features you don’t have to settle for less, so leather seat lovers get this LE is just right for you. Will the Mitsubishi motors also release their Limited Edition EVO X?

  (477) posted on 05.16.2010

to much limited edition, one after another then another.... isn’t that for marketing reasons?

  (780) posted on 02.8.2010

It looks cool and the good news is that it’s not even that expensive. Paying at least $30 grand for a limited edition Subaru is worth the money. Although I don’t think I would be a fan of it’s interior being on leather. Anyways, I sure do wish that it is still as sporty as before. Take it off road and on hill and mountain drive would definitely give a good rush or two with it.

  (1023) posted on 02.8.2010

Its not a performance based deletion... its a COST savings! HID headlight are a pricey option. The sound system is bare bones too & there is your 2K savings.

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