Used 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Limited 4-Door Sedan Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Limited 4-Door Sedan

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The Subaru Impreza WRX Limited 4-Door Sedan averages 19 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway, which is moderately impressive for a family car of its size. It comes equipped with a 2.5L H4 engine, a 5 Speed Manual transmission, and 265 horsepower capability. Its AWD driveline assures drivers will never be stuck in a tight spot, and its five person capacity is indicative of its family-friendly attitude. Some impressive standard features for the WRX 4-Door include: an anti-theft mechanism via alarm and engine immobilizer, valet lockout, and power doors and locks operated by key, door, and internal switch- all of which are sure to keep your family safe. Additional features to help you feel at ease include: side head curtain airbags, a passenger airbag cutoff sensor, rear and front three-point seatbelts, side guard door beams, and driver and passenger airbags with dual stage deployment. The cabin's gadgets are only moderately impressive, and the Limited version provides the option of a touch-screen GPS navigation. An abundance of cargo space gives families plenty of space to store their things long road trips. The 4-door sedan is also pre-wired for XM and SIRIUS satellite radio systems. Outside, the Subaru boasts 18" alloy wheels, HID headlights, and leather-trimmed seats.

The Subaru Impreza WRX is also available in WRX Premium, WRX Limited, WRX STI, and WRX STI Limited trims. The most luxurious trim, the WRX STI Limited, starts at $37,445 includes very impressive power specs. The Subaru WRX Limited is impressive as well, however. Stylish, reliable, and family friendly, it offers admirable safety features and received excellent ratings from the IIHS. Overall, we do wish it had more in-cabin gadgets for the extra money you have to shell out, but we also realize that all of the extra add-ons concern power- not aesthetic appearance.

In review, drivers can get a lot features for the money in other vehicles. The WRX is a true performance vehicle; it skips on luxury and aesthetic appearance and focuses on drivability, power, and its excellent construction. If you're looking for a car because you enjoy driving (and not because you're overly concerned with aesthetic appearances, this could be the vehicle for you.

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