If you are considering the new Subaru Impreza, Australia based drivers may be pleasantly surprised at the new deals on offer. The 2015 new Subaru Impreza hatchback and sedan models will hit the showrooms with additional equipment and a lower price tag.
For anyone following the news about the Subaru Impreza, Australia Japan free trade agreement pricing offered a great incentive earlier in the year. However, the new Subaru Impreza hatchback will now be offered with even further price drops. This means that the 2015 models are available with the entry point $1000 less than December pricing. The base model 2.0i Impreza is now available with a six speed manual transmission for $22,990 driveaway. The CVT variant is available at $24,990 driveaway.
The great savings are not just limited to the entry level models. The mid range, previously the 2.0i-L which is now badged as the 2.0i Premium and the top of line 2.0i-S also see some great pricing deals. The 2.0i Premium manual variant is available from $21,400 plus on the road costs, while the CVT variant is available from $23,400 plus on the road costs. The 2.0i-S also has a great price reduction. The standard CVT model is available at $27,400 plus on the road costs, which is a drop in price of $3090 since the beginning of the year or $3590 since last December.
In addition to the price reductions, with the new Subaru Impreza, Australia based drivers will also find the range is packed with additional features. The revised interior includes a touchscreen media system which is available throughout the range. A 6.2 inch screen is available on the 2.0i and 2.0i Premium, while a 7.0 inch screen complete with satellite navigation is available on the 2.0i-S. The mid and top spec models also have a reverse view camera as standard.
Subaru anticipate that the 2.0i premium Subaru Impreza hatchback will be the bulk seller from the range. It features leather trimmed steering wheel and seats, new 16 inch alloys and fog lights compared to the base model. The 2.0i Premium and 2.0i-S also feature an upgraded shifter for the CVT system and silver stitching on the leather surfaces.
The top spec models also have a boot lip spoiler, additional USB input, sunroof and multi information display. The exterior also includes revised headlight assembly, new fog lights and new grill. The sedan variant also features new rear bumper diffuser and chrome window trim.
The drivetrains for the Subaru Impreza Australia models remains unchanged. The 2.0 litre horizontally opposed four cylinder Boxer engine offers 110 kW power and 196 Nm torque. This delivers fuel economy of 7.1 litres per 100 kilometres from the manual models with 6.8 litres per 100 kilometres from the CVT variants.
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