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Mike Stevens | Jul, 09 2012 | 9 Comments

Subaru Australia has rolled out another handful of its limited-edition Club Spec models, bringing a number of styling mods to the WRX sedan.

Offered in tangerine or black, the new Club Spec package is available in limited numbers, with only 300 being built. Getting into one will cost you $41,490 (plus on-roads) - up from $39,990 for the regular WRX sedan.

For the extra 1500 clams, you'll get leather trim (normally part of the $4000 Premium pack with sat nav and sunroof), along with a black treatment to the 17-inch alloys and mirror caps.

There's also a black STI rear wing, Club Spec external badges and a numbered Club Spec interior badge.

Subaru has also gone extra-stealth on the black version, with the front guard garnish finished in black instead of the usual silver.

The black version also gets red contrast stitching on the seats, back rests and steering wheel.

Subaru's $2100 STI kit is also available with the Club Spec models, priced instead at $1000 and adding a front lip, a short-shift gear lever and a flexible tower bar.

Mechanically, the cars remain unchanged, with power delivered by a 195kW and 343Nm 2.5 litre four-cylinder boxer engine.

The official 0-100km/h time remains 5.3 seconds, and fuel consumption is listed at 10.4 l/100km.

Above: the regular 2012 WRX sedan.
Above: the regular 2012 WRX sedan.

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