2017 Subaru Impreza Sedan, 2017 Subaru Impreza 5-Door
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Subaru Offers Special Limited-Time 2017 Impreza Deal in Australia; Millennials Will Love it

For a limited time, Subaru Australia is offering a special warranty deal if you order the new 2017 Impreza compact online.

Subaru Australia is making things easy for new 2017 Impreza buyers. It’s the way millennials buy things now, so it’s ideal for Subaru’s target market for the new Impreza. Consumers can go online, order the new Impreza and get an extended warranty for doing so. How does it work?

Consumers can now view pricing and submit an order request for the all-new Impreza online. For a limited time, you will receive a 5 year unlimited km warranty when you order your new Impreza. You just need to take delivery by December 31, 2016.

The standard warranty in Australia is 3 years with unlimited kilometers. If you order a new 2017 Subaru Impreza online, you will get a 2 year manufacturer’s extended warranty, added to the standard 3 Years/Unlimited Kilometers and will be extended to 5 Years/Unlimited Kilometers.

Subaru says no manual gearbox for Australia

Unfortunately, Subaru AU says the 5-speed manual gearbox will not be available in Australia. Subaru confirmed the manual rower won’t be coming to buyers down under. The only transmission available on the new Impreza will be the CVT automatic with a 7 speed manual mode.

The 2017 Subaru Impreza will come in seven trims, the 2.0i Sedan ($22,400), 2.0i 5-Door Hatchback ($22,600), 2.0L Sedan ($24,490), 2.0P Sedan ($26,290), 2.0P 5-Door Hatchback ($26,490), 2.0S Sedan (28,990) and 2.0S 5-Door Hatchback ($29,190). You can get more info and build your new 2017 Subaru Impreza online here.

Source: Subaru AU

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