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Subaru WRX

2018
Subaru WRX 2018 sedan Trim Shown: 2018 Premium sedan AWD Manual
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With its blistering acceleration and tenacious cornering grip, the WRX is built for the enthusiast driver. A manual is standard, while the optional CVT has eight predetermined ratios that the driver controls via steering wheel paddles. Power is abundant, handling is nimble, and the WRX is very capable on a track. But the ride is very stiff and choppy, and the clunky shifter and abrupt clutch engagement make the WRX frustrating as a daily driver. The higher-performance WRX STI has a different transmission and suspension, and a more powerful 305-hp engine. Subaru's EyeSight safety system includes automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning. Recent updates include enhanced suspension tuning, interior refinements, and some new features.
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2017
2017 Redesign Year
Subaru WRX 2017 Trim Shown: 2017 STI Limited
With its blistering acceleration and tenacious cornering grip, the WRX is built for the enthusiast driver. A six-speed manual is standard, but a CVT is offered. Power is abundant and handling is nimble, but the ride is very stiff and choppy, and the stiff-feeling shifter and abrupt clutch engagement make the WRX frustrating as a daily driver. The higher-performance WRX STi has transmission and suspension differences along with a stronger 305-hp engine. New for 2016 is Subaru's Eyesight assistance package, which includes lane-keep assist, pre-collision braking, and lane-departure warning. Blind-spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert are also available.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 $28,375 - $35,825 $25,030 - $32,180
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2015-2016
2015 Redesign Year
Subaru WRX 2016 Trim Shown: 2016 Limited w/ Lip
With its blistering acceleration and tenacious cornering grip, the WRX is built for the enthusiast driver. A six-speed manual is standard, but a CVT is offered. Power is abundant and handling is nimble, but the ride is very stiff and choppy, and the stiff-feeling shifter and abrupt clutch engagement make the WRX frustrating as a daily driver. The higher-performance WRX STi has transmission and suspension differences along with a stronger 305-hp engine. New for 2016 is Subaru's Eyesight assistance package, which includes lane-keep assist, pre-collision braking, and lane-departure warning. Blind-spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert are also available.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $25,825 - $35,275 $22,560 - $31,660
2015 $22,775 - $33,075 $19,610 - $29,510