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2009 Subaru Impreza Trims

2.5GT

Avg. Price: $17,174

The 2.5GT is the first appearance of forced-induction in the Impreza line, with a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine good for 224 hp. Its four-speed automatic transmission has manual shift capability, and the AWD system comes with traction control. 17-inch wheels connect to a sport suspension, and foglights further distinguish this mid-range Impreza. A tilt and telescoping steering wheel now sits in front of the heated front bucket seats, which offer driver’s-side height adjustability. Those, along with the split-folding rear, come with cloth upholstery. The steering wheel is leather-wrapped and integrates radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 changer with digital media connection. The power mirrors are now heated and join a power sunroof and power windows and locks to add extra luxury and convenience, along with remote keyless entry. Variable-intermittent wipers include a wiper de-icer up front, while a rear defogger keeps things clear out back. Automatic climate control allows you to concentrate on driving, while cruise control even takes some of the involvement out of that. A center console, tachometer, trip computer, outside-temperature indicator, and floormats are all included.

Safety features for the 2.5GT include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, front-seat active head restraints, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

2.5GT Hatchback

Avg. Price: $19,295

The entry-level turbo hatchback for the Impreza is the 2.5GT Hatchback, with its 2.5-liter, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine, four-speed shiftable automatic transmission, all-wheel drive, and traction control. A sport suspension, foglights, 17-inch alloys, and a rear spoiler easily distinguish the 2.5GT Hatchback from the outside, and inside the features are abundant. A tilt and telescoping steering wheel is leather-wrapped and has radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 changer with digital-media connection, and the front bucket seats are heated. The front driver’s seat has height adjustability and, like the split-folding rear, is covered in cloth upholstery. Heated power mirrors, a power sunroof, power windows and door locks, and remote keyless entry are all standard. Front variable-intermittent wipers include a de-icer and are paired with an intermittent rear wiper and washer with a defogger. A center console and cargo cover make sure your valuables can’t be seen, and automatic climate and cruise control keep you in the lap of luxury. A tachometer, trip computer, outside-temperature indicator, and floormats are standard features.

Safety features for the 2.5GT Hatchback include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, front-seat active head restraints, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

2.5i

Avg. Price: $12,621

The 2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5i starts out very well-equipped, powered by a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a hill-holder clutch. All-wheel drive and traction control are standard throughout the Impreza line. Power mirrors, windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry are all included at this base level, as are air conditioning and cruise control. Front bucket seats have driver’s side height adjustability and cloth upholstery, as does the split-folding rear. A tilt steering wheel and center console are included for convenience, as well as a tachometer and trip computer, outside-temperature indicator, floormats, variable-intermittent front wipers, and a rear defogger. An AM/FM/CD/MP3 player comes standard. The whole package runs on 16-inch wheels with wheel covers and a tire pressure monitor.

Safety features for the 2.5i Impreza include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, and a theft-deterrent system.

2.5i Hatchback

Avg. Price: $12,651

The five-door, all-wheel-drive 2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5i Hatchback is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, paired with a five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch. Traction control means power is delivered responsibly to its 16-inch wheels with wheel covers. A rear spoiler is found here, absent on non-hatchback trims. Power mirrors, windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry are all standard. The front bucket seats are covered in cloth, along with the split-folding rear, and the driver’s seat has height adjustability. Air conditioning and cruise control are included, and a cargo cover and center console provide storage and privacy. A tilt steering wheel allows for further adjustability, while a tachometer, trip computer, outside temperature indicator, and floormats add a bit of luxury to even this base trim. The AM/FM/CD/MP3 player lacks a digital-media connection, however the hatchback adds a variable-intermittent rear wiper and washer to complement the rear defogger and front variable-intermittent wipers.

Safety features for the 2.5i Hatchback include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, a tire pressure monitor, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, and a theft-deterrent system.

2.5i Premium

Avg. Price: $12,825

The 2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5i Premium injects a few upgrades into the base Impreza trim, with the most notable changes from the outside being foglights and 16-inch alloy wheels. Still powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine pushing power to all four wheels with the benefit of traction control, the 2.5i Premium gets a five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch. The tilt steering wheel is now wrapped in leather and integrates radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 changer with digital media connection. A power sunroof joins power mirrors, windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry, and sits above the front bucket seats. As with the split-folding rear, all are clad in cloth, and the driver’s seat enjoys height adjustability. A center console, tachometer, trip computer, outside-temperature indicator, and floormats are all included. Variable-intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger take care of clean-up duty, and air conditioning and cruise control keep you comfortable.

Safety features for the 2.5i Premium trim include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, front-seat active head restraints, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

2.5i Premium Hatchback

Avg. Price: $13,232

For a bit of an upgrade, the five-door, all-wheel-drive 2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5i Premium Hatchback offers extra features over the base trims, as well as hatchback convenience. Its 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine uses the five-speed manual with a hill-holder clutch, teamed with traction control for all four 16-inch alloys to deliver power. Foglights and a rear spoiler show off a bit, and the tilt steering wheel is leather-wrapped, incorporating radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 changer with digital-media connection. Power features include a power sunroof, mirrors, windows, and door locks, as well as remote keyless entry. Front bucket seats come with cloth upholstery, as does the split-folding rear, and the driver’s seat offers height adjustability. Additional convenience features include a center console and cargo cover, tachometer, trip computer, an outside-temperature indicator, floormats, air conditioning, and cruise control. The variable-intermittent front wipers are joined by an intermittent rear wiper and washer, as well as a rear defogger.

Safety features for the 2.5i Premium Hatchback include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, front-seat active head restraints, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

Outback Sport

Avg. Price: $14,734

WRX

Avg. Price: $19,602

Really moving up the powerband is the 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX, with a 265-hp turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch. As with the rest of the Impreza line, all-wheel drive and traction control are standard, while the WRX also enjoys a sport suspension and 17-inch alloys. A digital-media player connection is added to the AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, and automatic climate control further improves overall enjoyment. The driver’s cloth front bucket seat has height adjustability, and along with a leather-wrapped, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, you’ll be able to find a position that’s perfect for you and all your racing fantasies. A split-folding rear seat keeps passengers relatively comfortable, and cruise control and air conditioning mean you can relax on long trips. Speaking of which, a trip computer and tachometer are standard features, as well as an outside-temperature indicator, floormats, variable-intermittent front wipers, and a rear defogger. Power everything includes mirrors, windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry.

Safety features for the WRX include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

WRX Hatchback

Avg. Price: $19,571

For a hot hatch, look to the 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX Hatchback, which gets 265 hp from its turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. A five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch handles power delivery to all four wheels via Subaru’s all-wheel-drive system with traction control. A sport suspension, rear spoiler, and 17-inch alloys show off what the WRX Hatchback has to offer. A leather-wrapped tilt and telescopic steering wheel has radio controls for the AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, which gets a digital-media connection at this level. Cloth covers the split-folding rear and front bucket seats, and the driver’s seat gets height adjustability. Power features include mirrors, windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry. Cruise control, air conditioning, and a trip computer are provided for longer ventures, and a center console and a cargo cover provide concealed storage. A tachometer, outside-temperature indicator, and floormats round out convenience features, while variable-intermittent front wipers are joined by a rear intermittent wiper, washer, and defogger to keep things nice and clean.

Safety features for the WRX Hatchback include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

WRX Premium

Avg. Price: $19,618

For those who want speed with a bit of added luxury, the WRX Premium offers several upgrades over the WRX trim. Its turbocharged, 265-hp 2.5-liter engine pushes power through the legendary Subaru all-wheel-drive system via a five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch. Traction control is standard and should keep the 17-inch alloys from slipping. Foglights adorn the front fascia, and a sport suspension allows an aggressive stance that won't be mistaken for that of a lesser Impreza. A leather-wrapped, tilt and telescoping steering wheel has radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 player, which also has a digital-media player connection. The front cloth bucket seats are heated, and the driver’s seat enjoys height adjustability. The split-folding rear also comes with cloth upholstery. Power features are abundant, with heated power mirrors, a power sunroof, power windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry. Automatic climate control means you won’t overheat, and a tachometer means the engine won’t, either. Cruise control and a trip computer are standard, along with an outside-temperature indicator, floormats, variable-intermittent front wipers with de-icing, and a rear defogger.

Safety features for the WRX Premium include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.

WRX Premium Hatchback

Avg. Price: $18,560

If you need to haul lots of cargo quickly, and wouldn’t think to sacrifice luxury for that privilege, the WRX Premium Hatchback was made for you. A turbocharged, 265-hp 2.5-liter engine sits beneath the hood, delivering power to all four wheels through a five-speed manual transmission with hill-holder clutch. Standard traction control governs power delivery to the 17-inch alloys, and a sport suspension keeps things manageable in the turns. Foglights are found up front, and a spoiler out back. Inside, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel is leather wrapped and houses radio controls for the AM/FM/6-CD/MP3 player, which gets a digital-media connection. Heated front bucket seats are covered in cloth, as is the split-folding rear, and the driver’s seat gets height adjustability. A center console and cargo cover keep the privacy levels up, and the variable-intermittent front wipers get a de-icer and are joined by a rear intermittent wiper and washer, as well as a rear defogger. Power heated mirrors, a power sunroof, power windows, door locks, and remote keyless entry are all standard. Additional comfort and convenience features include automatic climate control, a trip computer, tachometer, cruise control, an outside-temperature indicator, and floormats.

Safety features for the WRX Premium Hatchback include dual front, front side, and curtain-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, front-seat active head restraints, daytime running lights, a tire pressure monitor, and a theft-deterrent system.