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Subaru WRX

Price $29,995 – $47,395
Fuel consumption 8.5 – 14.3 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 79%(view ratings)
As we anxiously wait for the next generation built on the new Subaru Global Platform, the wild twins return for 2020 with minor changes and tweaks, but the same 268- and 310-horsepower engines. The WRX benefits from an updated rear differential and standard EyeSight on all variants equipped with a Sport Lineartronic transmission, plus new Brembo performance brakes in top-line Sport-tech RS trim. The WRX STI’s enhanced look includes redesigned alloy wheels on select trims.

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First Drives2022 Subaru WRX: Who Needs the STI?
Subaru shocked the whole world this past winter when it said the WRX STI would not return . Despite the outgoing generation’s decent sales and all the hype about what the next one could bring to the table, the company pulled the plug. If there’s ever a new STI, it …
Pre-owned vehicles15 Vehicles With 15 Years of Age You Should Consider
A growing number of drivers decide to keep their vehicles longer, and therefore, the average age of the automobile population is steadily increasing. According to American statistics published recently, the average is 13.1 years for cars and 11.6 years for light trucks. In addition, the sharp rise in pre-owned vehicle …
Special Events2021 Subaru WRX and WRX STI: One Final Lap
The Subaru WRX and WRX STI are getting old. The current generation was introduced for the 2015 model year and little has changed since then. While we eagerly await the redesigned models due for 2022, Subaru invited The Car Guide to Oro-Medonte, Ontario for a final lapping session. Wild Rally …

News

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NewsProdrive 25 Recreates the Most Iconic Subaru Impreza Ever
British company Prodrive has unveiled its modern interpretation of the most iconic Subaru Impreza ever, the legendary 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STi that commemorated the automaker’s 40th anniversary and its third consecutive manufacturer’s title in the World Rally Championship (WRC). An official debut will take place later this week at …
NewsNew Subaru WRX Won't Offer Gas-Powered STI Model
In what is arguably the most depressing news for performance car enthusiasts in a long while, Subaru has announced that the recently introduced and completely redesigned 2022 WRX sports sedan won’t offer a more powerful STI model. Why? Blame the combustion engine. “As the automotive marketplace continues to move towards …
News2022 Subaru WRX Now Priced Over $30,000 in Canada
Subaru has just announced Canadian pricing for the new 2022 WRX . After four generations below the psychological mark of $30,000, the popular Japanese sports sedan cannot afford to stay that way any longer. Fear not, the hikes are not too bad—unlike all those vehicles that now cost way more …
New ModelsFive-door Subaru WRX is Back… in Australia
In North America, the hot Subaru WRX stopped offering a five-door hatchback body style after 2014, leaving enthusiasts with just the four-door sedan. The new generation debuting for 2022 likely won’t change that. Now, if you’re wondering what could have been, you just have to look down under. Subaru has …

Videos

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Episodes
Motoring TV 2003 Episode 21
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Video Reviews
Review: 2015 Subaru WRX STI
The Subaru WRX and WRX STI have had a loyal following around the world since Day 1. So when the brand set out to redesign the road-going rally king for 2015 it had one rule: "Make sure the new one doesn't screw up that loyal following." Thanks to a more …
Video Reviews
Two-Minute Test Drive: 2015 Subaru WRX STI
Subaru’s road-going rally king, the WRX STI, was redesigned for 2015, but is it still one of the baddest sport sedans on the market? That’s what Russ Bond looks to find out in this edition of the Two-Minute Test Drive. This segment originally appeared on Episode 1 of Motoring 2015.