For the first time since 2001, the Subaru Impreza will not have a turbocharged engine in its US market lineup.
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While Subaru is gearing up for the Los Angeles Auto Show next week, 5450 miles across the Pacific the automaker is also prepping for the Tokyo Motor Show.
By this time next year, we may have a new Mazda3, a new Impreza WRX, and even a Subaru hybrid.
The second day of the last major North American auto show until November wasn't nearly as jam-packed as the first, but it still proved to have plenty of cars and trucks that will undoubtedly shake up the market.