If you didn’t think there were enough variants of Subaru’s Impreza, here’s another to satisfy your needs. Subaru announced a new, top-level Impreza WRX Limited edition, to spice things up a bit. Known as a boy racer, the WRX seems to have youthful following, but the addition of the Limited model may help it appeal to a more mature audience.
One step above the WRX Premium, the Limited adds High Intensity Discharge headlights, Sirius satellite radio, and leather seating surfaces. The additional equipment bumps up the price by $1000 over a Premium model. The 4-door sedan carries a price of $29,190, while the 5-door hatchback stickers for $29,960 (all prices include $695 for delivery). The Limited is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission. The Impreza is the last model in the Subaru lineup to be offered in a Limited trim. In addition to the standard WRX equipment, the Premium and Limited models add heated seats, a 10-speaker audio system, fog lights, moonroof, and “WRX” embroidered front seats.
Like all 2010 WRXs, the Limited is powered by a 2.5-liter horizontally opposed Boxer engine capable of 265 hp and 244 lb-ft of torque. And like all modern Subarus the WRX Limited features full-time all-wheel-drive. The 2010 Subaru WRX Limited is now available at dealers.