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Subaru adds Impreza value

SUBARU is offering drivers two packages that make driving an Impreza both faster and cheaper.

To make space for the facelifted Impreza seen at the Paris Motor Show, Subaru is looking to help the run-out model out the door with money off every all-wheel-drive model in the range, effective on all models registered by December 31, 2002. There is as much as £3,000 off the Impreza WRX Sports Wagon and £2,500 off the WRX saloon.

The price of the entry-level 1.6 TS Sports Wagon has been shaved by £1,455 to £12,493 on-the-road.

And if the top-of-the- range 262bhp Impreza WRX STi was not already banzai enough, Subaru has come up with a performance pack, developed by its tuning and rallying partner Prodrive.

Costing £1,995, the performance pack pushes power from 262bhp to 300bhp, and increases torque, resulting in a 0-60mph time of 4.6 seconds. Fitting takes two-and-a-half hours at dealers.

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