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.