Used 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 5-Door Sedan Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 5-Door Sedan

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The 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 5-Door comes equipped with performance-design front seats. The driver's seat is manually adjustable 6 ways. The steering wheel is wrapped in leather, as is the shifter handle. Cloth upholstery comes standard as well, as do aluminum-alloy pedal covers. Convenience features include: electronic cruise control, a bottle holder in each door panel, concealed vanity mirrors in the sun visors, an L.E.D.- lit front storage tray and 12-volt power outlet, very handy cargo-area grocery bag and tie-down hooks (great for those big shopping days), and a retractable/removable cargo-area cover. The WRX Premium includes several attractive active and passive features. Some of those features include: AWD, a Subaru BOXER engine, a Traction Control System, Brake Assist, Vehicle Dynamics Control, an advanced front airbag system (specific to Subaru), side-curtain and seat-mounted front side-impact airbags, a LATCH system (which lowers anchors and tethers for children), ABS, and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System. In review, the 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Premium 5-Door is a comfortable, safe vehicle.

So, now you're probably wondering about the gadgets included in the WRX. We can tell you that a voice-activated GPS navigation system is optional, as are XM and SIRIUS satellite radio. A 6-speaker audio system and USB port with auxiliary audio jack come standard on this vehicle. An automatic climate control system will keep you cool and comfortable (or warm and comfortable in the winter!), while the keyless entry system, engine immobilizer, and antitheft security system are sure to keep your valuables safe while stored in the Impreza WRX. We do have to admit, the technological gadget offerings aren't the most impressive. The WRX isn't really for technology-driven drivers; it's more for people who love the Impreza, but want a bit more power and a few more options.

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