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Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited

Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited

Subaru today unveiled a new edition of its Impreza WRX STI for those of you wanting rally car power but looking for more everyday driving comfort and subtler exterior styling. The Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited ($TBA) has all of the performance of the standard model (turbocharged and intercooled 2.5-liter 293-hp engine), but with less aggressive styling and a richer interior. The understated exterior has a new trunk-mounted lip spoiler that replaces the standard model's large dual-plane rear spoiler, and also gains new 17-inch Enkei wheels, a power glass moonroof and a deep front lip spoiler. The refined interior replaces the blue high-grip Alcantara fabric seats with heated leather seats and also adds new dark gray metallic bezels and interior trim. The WRX STI Limited will be available this Fall in a limited run of 800 numbered units — 400 in Satin White Pearl and 400 in Urban Gray Metallic.

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