Orders for the new generation Subaru Impreza in Japan have reached 11,050 in one month, since its launch on October 13.
Subaru in Japan says the order book more than quadruples the monthly sales target of 2500 Imprezas.
Most popular among the Impreza variants is the range-topping 2.0i-S with EyeSight® driver assist, representing 35% of sedan and 27% of hatch sales.
New Impreza deliveries in Australia start next month.
Subaru Australia recently announced cost-saving extended service intervals for new All-Wheel Drive Impreza, and Manufacturer's List Pricing* from $22,400 – the same as the superseded model, but with considerable upgrades to specification.
Impreza is the first of Subaru's future models to be built on the innovative Subaru Global Platform, which offers huge advances in dynamics, efficiency and safety.
In Australia Impreza will be available exclusively with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
Under the new Impreza Capped Price Service Program (CPS), Impreza service intervals extend to 12,500 kilometres/12 months, compared to 12,500 km/six months for the superseded model.
*Prices are Subaru (Aust) Pty Limited's Manufacturer's List Prices only and include GST on the list price but exclude dealer delivery charges and all other government and statutory charges. For the drive away price of Subaru vehicles consumers should be advised to contact their local authorized Subaru dealer.
Last edited by MotorCulture; 17-11-16 at 11:48 AM.