2012 Subaru Impreza configurator comes alive
The base Impreza with a manual tranny can be had for $18,245 including a $750 delivery charge. This is for the sedan version, while the 5-door hatchback is a $500 option. (Oddly enough, ticking the box for the hatch doesn't change the image of the car.) At the top of the pricing spectrum is the 2.0i Sport Limited, which lists for $25,345 when loaded up with the Moonroof and Navigation bundle.
While this little tool won't give you any insight into the forthcoming VX Crosstrek variant or the next-gen WRX, it will let you stitch together a 2.0i Sport Premium hatchback with a 5-speed manual and a $169.95 STI shift knob. Have we mentioned how fond of those gunmetal alloys we are?
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