Over at Ferguson Superstore in 1501 N Elm Place in Broken Arrow, 2012's Impreza will be present come November. And you will not be limited to the base model. In fact, Subaru is offering several optional packages for 2012 and beyond. Impreza now comes in a base, 2.0i Premium, Sport Premium, Limited and Sport Limited trims.Impreza begins with a five-speed manual transmission, and optional automatic for $1000 more. Both are matted to a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and Subaru's all-wheel-drive. Impreza achieves 27 mpg city, 36 highway with the automatic tranny.
What else does the Japanese auto maker have to offer: Premium models start at $18,795 for the sedan and $19,295 for the hatchback, $300 more than the current versions. The Sport Premium comes only as a hatchback and starts at $20,995. The new Limited trims include an all-weather package, automatic climate control and LCD screen; they start at $21,595 for the sedan and $22,095 for the hatchback. Subaru hasn't priced the Sport Limited trim yet.1