Still appealing to Denver loyalists:
The Subaru brand has always had a loyal following in Denver, and has been known among devotees as rugged small cars that offer all-weather capability. And that reputation has served Subaru well here in the Denver market. But things are changing at Subaru and the company is moving out into new territory with the all-new 2012 Subaru Impreza. But don’t worry Denver, the all-new fourth-generation 2012 Subaru Impreza, will still maintain its solid structure with a...Read More.
Can the new Impreza attract new buyers beyond Denver faithful?
Up until now, Subaru has done an excellent job of penetrating the Denver market with its market share at the highest ever, and inching constantly upwards. So company executives have good reason to look beyond its current owner base and try to expand their customer base beyond markets like Denver. It starts with the new 2012 Impreza, staying at the same base price as the 2011 Impreza ($20,595). The new Impreza achieves a significant jump in efficiency, value for...Read More.
Delivers excellent fuel mileage for Denver commuters:
While many competing compact cars continue to get bigger and heavier with each new model year, the 2012 Impreza, depending on model and equipment, has lost up to 165 pounds in curb weight, contributing to an increase in fuel efficiency and better handling. The Impreza is a better value for Denver buyers than before.
Impreza's 148 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque doesn’t sound too impressive, but the weight reduction over the previous generation...Read More.
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