Subaru WRX

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2018 Subaru WRX

Extensive updates for 2018 include a larger lower front grille, a retuned suspension for improved handing and ride comfort and more sound insulation for a quieter interior. Subaru has also added its EyeSight driver-assist safety technology to the WRX’s option list, and the STI gets 19-inch wheels and tires.

2017 Subaru WRX

Subaru’s 2017 WRX performance sedan gains a tricot headliner and auto up/down front windows, while the base STI gains auto on/off headlights with wiper activation plus available blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert. The EyeSight collision-avoidance system is now offered but only on WRX Limited trim.

About Subaru WRX

With a starting price well below $30,000, the all-wheel-drive 2018 Subaru WRX sports sedan is a high-performance bargain. Two models are offered, the 268-horsepower WRX and the 305-horsepower WRX STI, which also gets a gargantuan rear spoiler for increased high-speed stability. Both are visceral and exhilarating, packing turbocharged versions of Subaru’s unique horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine and a standard 6-speed manual transmission. A CVT automatic transmission is available, but only on the WRX. Updates for 2018 include revised styling, improved handling as well as increased safety and comfort. The WRX competes with the Civic Si sedan and hot hatchbacks like the Volkswagen Golf GTI and Ford Focus ST. The WRX STI does battle with the all-wheel-drive VW Golf R, the Ford Focus RS and the all-new Honda Civic Type R.

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