NEW YORK – The Impreza has been Subaru’s standard bearer in the Upper Small car segment, but its sales have hovered around 40,000 units annually, a number eclipsed in a single quarter by the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Cruze, Volkswagen Jetta and, likely, the all-new Ford Focus launching now. Subaru intends to change the Impreza’s also-ran status with the launch of the all-new ’12 model, which is arriving at showrooms this fall. Tom Doll, executive vice president for Subaru ...

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