Subaru slashes WRX STI prices

Subaru has cut the basic price of the WRX STI 'Impreza' to £26,995

Subaru has made significant price cuts to the WRX STI ‘Impreza’ in the UK, with the basic price for the 296bhp performance car now starting from £26,995 – £6000 less than before.

There is also a new upgrade package available, the 335bhp 340R. This will sit above the existing 320R, which was brought out last year. Subaru can install the 340R package for £1599, maintaining the car’s full warranty.

The upgrade contains a new exhaust, and ECU remap, dropping the 0-62mph time by half a second to 4.7secs – and can be fitted retrospectively to any WRX STI.

Subaru’s 320R package is a milder 316bhp tune, costing £750, achieved by remapping the ECU.

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