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2019 Subaru WRX Limited - 18,612 mi

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Santa Fe, NM - Listed 6 days ago
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Location:Santa Fe, NM 87507

Price:$27,500

Mileage:18,612 miles

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Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

Num Owners:1 owner

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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2020 Subaru WRX STI - 2,450 mi

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Santa Fe, NM - Listed 20 days ago
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Location:Santa Fe, NM 87507

Price:$34,500

Mileage:2,450 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

Num Owners:1 owner

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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2016 Subaru WRX Base - 32,391 mi

Hanover, MA - Listed 7 days ago

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Location:Hanover, MA 02339

Price:$19,998

Mileage:32,391 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

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Drivetrain:AWD

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2020 Subaru WRX STI Limited - 3,187 mi

Santa Fe, NM - Listed 9 days ago

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Location:Santa Fe, NM 87507

Price:$36,000

Mileage:3,187 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

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2020 Subaru WRX Limited - 6,154 mi

Post Falls, ID - Listed 36 days ago

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Location:Post Falls, ID 83854

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Mileage:6,154 miles

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Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

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2020 Subaru WRX STI Limited - 7,223 mi

Lindon, UT - Listed 5 days ago

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Location:Lindon, UT 84042

Price:$35,500

Mileage:7,223 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

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2020 Subaru WRX Premium - 501 mi

Boise, ID - Listed 12 days ago

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Location:Boise, ID 83713

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Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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2016 Subaru WRX Limited - 21,178 mi

Tacoma, WA - Listed 10 days ago

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Location:Tacoma, WA 98409

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Mileage:21,178 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Exterior Color:Gray

Engine:4-Cylinder

Interior Color:Black

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Num Owners:1 owner

Seats:5 seater

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2019 Subaru WRX STI Limited - 21,046 mi

Post Falls, ID - Listed 96 days ago

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX STI Limited for Sale - $31,000 - 21,046 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, navigation, backup camera, internet radio

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Location:Post Falls, ID 83854

Price:$31,000

Mileage:21,046 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

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2020 Subaru WRX Premium - 3,879 mi

Henderson, NV - Listed 21 days ago

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Location:Henderson, NV 89014

Price:$27,600

Mileage:3,879 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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VIEWEDCONTACTED2020 Subaru WRX Limited

2020 Subaru WRX Limited - 7,440 mi

Windsor, CO - Listed 22 days ago

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Location:Windsor, CO 80550

Price:$29,400

Mileage:7,440 miles

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Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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VIEWEDCONTACTED2018 Subaru WRX STI Limited

2018 Subaru WRX STI Limited - 34,525 mi

Post Falls, ID - Listed 5 days ago

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Used 2018 Subaru WRX STI Limited for Sale - $32,000 - 34,525 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, navigation, backup camera, leather upholstery

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Location:Post Falls, ID 83854

Price:$32,000

Mileage:34,525 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

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VIEWEDCONTACTED2019 Subaru WRX Base

2019 Subaru WRX Base - 35,357 mi

Post Falls, ID - Listed 35 days ago

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$23,000

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX Base for Sale - $23,000 - 35,357 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, internet radio, alloy wheels

Category:Used Cars

Location:Post Falls, ID 83854

Price:$23,000

Mileage:35,357 miles

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Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Seats:5 seater

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VIN:JF1VA1A65K9815746

VIEWEDCONTACTED2019 Subaru WRX Base

2019 Subaru WRX Base - 40,878 mi

Boise, ID - Listed 23 days ago

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$22,300

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX Base for Sale - $22,300 - 40,878 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, internet radio, alloy wheels

Category:Used Cars

Location:Boise, ID 83713

Price:$22,300

Mileage:40,878 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA1A64K9826477

VIEWEDCONTACTED2019 Subaru WRX Premium

2019 Subaru WRX Premium - 12,147 mi

Henderson, NV - Listed 47 days ago

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$25,600

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX Premium for Sale - $25,600 - 12,147 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, internet radio, sunroof

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Location:Henderson, NV 89014

Price:$25,600

Mileage:12,147 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA1F68K8825850

VIEWEDCONTACTED2019 Subaru WRX Limited

2019 Subaru WRX Limited - 12,420 mi

Lindon, UT - Listed 52 days ago

  • $6,387 below market price
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$26,700

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX Limited for Sale - $26,700 - 12,420 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, leather upholstery, internet radio

Category:Used Cars

Location:Lindon, UT 84042

Price:$26,700

Mileage:12,420 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA1N64K8807038

VIEWEDCONTACTED2020 Subaru WRX Limited

2020 Subaru WRX Limited - 8,860 mi

Colorado Springs, CO - Listed 7 days ago

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$30,500

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Used 2020 Subaru WRX Limited for Sale - $30,500 - 8,860 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, leather upholstery, internet radio

Category:Used Cars

Location:Colorado Springs, CO 80905

Price:$30,500

Mileage:8,860 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:CVT

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:21

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA1P62L8805318

VIEWEDCONTACTED2020 Subaru WRX Premium

2020 Subaru WRX Premium - 28,116 mi

Windsor, CO - Listed 8 days ago

  • $3,873 below market price
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$28,200

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Used 2020 Subaru WRX Premium for Sale - $28,200 - 28,116 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, internet radio, sunroof

Category:Used Cars

Location:Windsor, CO 80550

Price:$28,200

Mileage:28,116 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:23

Num Owners:1 owner

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA1C67L9809462

VIEWEDCONTACTED2019 Subaru WRX STI Limited

2019 Subaru WRX STI Limited - 24,783 mi

Post Falls, ID - Listed 28 days ago

  • $7,740 below market price
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$32,800

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Used 2019 Subaru WRX STI Limited for Sale - $32,800 - 24,783 miles - with bluetooth, child safety, navigation, backup camera, internet radio

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Location:Post Falls, ID 83854

Price:$32,800

Mileage:24,783 miles

For Sale By:Dealer

Transmission:Manual

Engine:4-Cylinder

Fuel Type:Gasoline

MPG:19

Seats:5 seater

Drivetrain:AWD

VIN:JF1VA2S63K9825437

VIEWEDCONTACTED2017 Subaru WRX Limited

2017 Subaru WRX Limited - 27,551 mi

Edmonds, WA - Listed 117 days ago

  • $6,541 below market price
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Subaru WRX

This article is about the Subaru WRX model after the split from the Impreza line. For the information on the Impreza-based WRX models, see Subaru Impreza.

For the WRX Sportswagon/WRX-GTB sold in Australia and New Zealand, see Subaru Levorg § VN.

Motor vehicle

The Subaru WRX is an all-wheel drivesport compact car manufactured by Subaru, originally based on the Impreza created for the World Rally Championship in 1992.[1] Subaru claimed the name WRX stands for "World Rally eXperimental". Since 2014, the WRX lineup has been split from the Impreza, with a different body style that is not offered as an optional hatchback/wagon.[2][3][4]

Impreza-based models (1992–2014)[edit]

Main article: Subaru Impreza

Models from the inception of the WRX to the 2015 model year were based on standard Impreza platforms; the GV and GR platform models sold from 2008 until 2014 were wide-body versions of the third generation Impreza GE and GH platforms, respectively. Limited edition coupés were sold in the late 1990s and early 2000s which were never sold in the US and are highly sought after by Subaru enthusiasts.[5][6] The WRX was brought over to the United States domestic market for model year 2002, with the STI being brought over for model year 2004.[1] Even before the WRX and Impreza were split, in most markets the WRX used a different body style from standard Imprezas since the Impreza was redesigned for model year 2012.[7]

First generation (VA; 2014)[edit]

Motor vehicle

First generation (VA)
Subaru Impreza WRX STI (blue) (cropped).jpg

Subaru WRX STI (international model)

Production2014–2021
Model years
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Engine
Transmission
Wheelbase2,650 mm (104.3 in)
Length4,595–4,635 mm (180.9–182.5 in)
Width1,795 mm (70.7 in)
Height1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Curb weight1,480–1,595 kg (3,262.8–3,516.4 lb)
PredecessorSubaru Impreza WRX (GR/GV)

For the VA series WRX released in 2014 for the 2015 model year, Subaru decided to move away from marketing the WRX and WRX STI under the Impreza name.[8] This time, the Impreza name was dropped in all markets in which the new model is named simply as the WRX, as had been the case in North America with the previous model, while in Japan it was sold as the WRX S4.[9][10]

The WRX and WRX STI are the performance model based on the GJ/GP Impreza with higher output engines, firmer suspension, larger brakes, slightly resculpted body panels, lowered ride height and larger intakes. The body design also took a stronger departure from the Impreza donor model than in the past. The general WRX profile/silhouette was carried over from the Impreza, as were the front doors, trunk lid, and interior. However, the entire front end bodywork plus the rear quarter panels were unique to the WRX. The rear doors received a subtle reskin with an upwards kink and revised character line, but retained an otherwise identical shape.

Subaru had promised to completely move the WRX and STI off the Impreza chassis and body to create a standalone model,.[11] The VA-body WRX is based on a modified Impreza body and chassis, with the Impreza name dropped from the WRX in all markets. For this generation, Subaru decided to not produce a WRX or WRX STI hatchback as had been previously offered. The previous generation hatchback made up approximately 50 percent of US WRX and WRX STI sales.[12]

Powertrain[edit]

FA20F engine

EJ207 engine

EJ257 engine

This model is the first of the WRX line to deviate from the EJ-series engine. It uses the new 2.0-liter FA20F engine, which has direct injection and a twin-scrollturbocharger. On all previous WRXs, the turbocharger was located near the right-hand side of the firewall, close to the third cylinder. With the new FA20F engine, Subaru fitted the turbocharger at the front of the car, close to the serpentine accessory belts. There is a robust aluminum skid plate that protects the underside of the turbocharger. Mounting the turbo lower in the engine bay helps reduce the car's center of gravity to 19.5 in (500 mm).[13] The FA20's high compression ratio of 10.6:1 combined with its 68° intake and 54° exhaust cam phasing range allow it to produce excellent off-boost efficiency as well as a wide torque peak.[14][15] A 6-speed TY75manual transmission is standard on the WRX, up from 5-speeds. It is also available with a LineartronicTR690CVT with 6 or 8 simulated "gears" accessible through paddle shifters on the steering wheel. The Japanese-spec WRX S4 is only available with the CVT.[9][16]

Behind the wheel, the most noticeable difference between the EJ and FA engines is the latter's broader torque curve. The 2.5-liter EJ produced a maximum of 240 lb⋅ft (325 N⋅m) at 4,000 rpm, while the new 2.0-liter FA peaks twice as soon (258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m) at 2,000 rpm).[17] Less obvious is a 3 hp (2.2 kW) increase over the old engine; the FA is rated at 268 hp (200 kW) at 5,600 rpm for international models.[17] The FA20F engine in the Japanese-spec WRX is rated at 295 hp [220 kW].

The WRX STI retains the EJ engine from the previous generation STI (2.0L EJ207 for Japanese models, 2.5L EJ257 for international models), with dual AVCS. However, it is equipped with modifications to the ECU which have increased fuel economy, and has given a slight boost in power. The EJ257 engine remains quoted at 305 hp (227 kW) but with 290 lb⋅ft (393 N⋅m) of torque, a slight drop from the previous generation however it is believed this is from the ECU reprogramming to support a stronger top end and true power output is believed to be circa 235-240 kW. The EJ207 makes 300 hp (224 kW) with 311 lb⋅ft (422 N⋅m) of torque. The WRX STI also retains the 6-speed TY85 manual transmission (the CVT is not available on the STI) from the previous generation.[16][18]

There are also reports that along with the ECU changes, the rev limit was raised to 7,100 rpm to support the power increase at the upper rev range to support a stronger top end.[citation needed] It also retains the hydraulicpower steering system as opposed to using the standard WRX's new electric-assisted rack. The steering rack was changed to a quicker 13:1 ratio, as used in the Japan delivered vehicles, as opposed to the 15:1 ratio of the previous models.

A sound tube device, also seen on the BRZ, has also been fitted to the air intake system to channel certain induction and turbo frequencies into the cabin, reports show this is only fitted to vehicles in some markets.[citation needed] In Europe, Australia, Canada and Japan, the STI is available with and without the wing. Starting in 2016, the US version of the limited STI was also made available with either the traditional high wing or, optionally, with the standard WRX low profile wing.

The third digit of the model code on a VA-era WRX designates the type of powertrain used. The possible digits are:

  • G: WRX with the FA20F engine
  • B: WRX STI with the EJ207 engine
  • F: WRX STI with the EJ257 engine

Updates[edit]

In January 2017 for the North America market, Subaru announced several improvements that addressed some of the criticism of the 2015 model debut, including a newly revised suspension, revised, upgraded interior materials and a quieter cabin, and a revised front styling. For the WRX, a newly available performance Package option included Recaro front seats with 8-way power driver's seat, improved brake pads, and a moonroof delete to reduce weight. Also new was upgraded EyeSight Driver Assist Technology safety features.[19]

For the 2018 model year, the WRX received some mid-generation improvements. The 2018 model first went on sale at dealerships in summer 2017.[20] The 2018 WRX and WRX STI mid-model improvement continued with the 6-speed manual transmission came as standard equipment, and the optional Lineartronic CVT automatic transmission with Intelligent, Sport 6-speed paddle shift emulation and Sport# (pronounced "Sport Sharp") 8-speed paddle shift emulation. The standard WRX added heated exterior mirrors (already a standard on higher level trims). A new, larger 5.9-inch high-definition multi-function display replaced the older 4.3-inch unit allowing the driver to see vehicle functions more easily. The WRX Premium trim added a larger multimedia audio unit. WRX Limited models added an 8-way power driver's seat with lumbar adjustment.

In May 2018,[21] the 2019 model year WRX and WRX STI was announced. The 2019 model first went on sale at dealerships in the summer of 2018.

The 2019 model introduced a new Subaru STARLINK infotainment system integrated standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as an optional Harman Kardon entertainment system and an optional larger infotainment screen size from 6.2 inches to 7.0 inches.

The 2019 WRX equipped with the optional Lineartronic CVT also came standard with the Subaru EyeSight driver assist technology. On previous models, Eyesight was only available as an option package. Also optional on the CVT equipped WRX was Reverse Automatic Braking, a feature unlikely to be implemented in non-CVT equipped vehicles.

Subaru's collision avoidance system, known as EyeSight, is only available on CVT models, along with reverse automatic braking. EyeSight was made standard on all CVT-equipped models starting with model year 2020. European sales of the WRX STI were ended in 2018.[22]

Special editions[edit]

WRX STI Launch Edition[edit]

In 2015, Subaru released the WRX STI Launch Edition that came in World Rally Blue Pearl exterior paint combined with gold-painted, 18-inch, BBS alloy wheels. Only 1000 units of these were released in North America.

WRX STI S207[edit]

In the same year, Subaru also released the WRX STI S207, limited to 400 units sold only for the Japanese market. The S207 used the 2 liter EJ20 engine which was tuned to 328 PS (323.5 hp, 241 kW) and 318 lb⋅ft (431 N⋅m) of torque. Upgrades also include a quicker-ratio 11-to-1 steering rack (compared to 13-to-1 for the stock unit). STI-spec Recaro front bucket seats, Bilstein adjustable DampMatic II front suspension, and drilled rotors clamped by Brembo monoblock six-piston front calipers and four-pot rear calipers. Up to 200 of the units could be equipped with the NBR Challenge Package, which features a carbon-fibre wing and a badge commemorating Subaru's class victory at the 2015 Nürburgring 24 Hours [23]

WRX STI Hyper Blue[edit]

In 2016, Subaru released the WRX STI Hyper Blue special edition series, with production limited to 700 units for the United States. The new color covers the outside, and it is also offset with gloss black 18-inch BBS wheels, badges and mirror caps. Blue stitching brings the color into the interior, and Subaru's seven-inch navigation system with a nine-speaker stereo is standard for this version. In Australia, Subaru announced the WRX Premium Hyper Blue special edition with the CVT automatic will be limited to 200 units targeted to customers, and WRX STI Premium with the six-speed gearbox will be limited to just 50 units.

WRX STI S208[edit]

WRX STI S208 NBR Challenge Package

In 2017, Subaru released the WRX STI S208, limited to 450 units sold only for the Japanese market. The S208 used a 2.0-liter EJ20 engine tuned to 329 hp (245 kW) and 432 N⋅m (319 lbf⋅ft) of torque. It has other upgrades similar to those of the WRX STI S207- a quicker 11:1 ratio steering rack, Bilstein DampMatic II front suspension, Recaro front bucket seats, 19-inch BBS wheels, drilled rotors clamped by Brembo monoblock six-piston front calipers and four-pot rear calipers, intercooler water spray, a torque vectoring system, and more. Up to 350 units could be equipped with the NBR Challenge Package, which features a carbon fibre wing, front lip spoiler, and roof. The S208 was offered in 3 colors- WR Blue Pearl, Crystal White Pearl, and Cool Grey Khaki (only available with the NBR Challenge Package). Standard models cost ¥6,264,000 with tax and NBR Challenge Package-equipped models cost ¥6,890,400 ($63,229) with the carbon fibre lip spoiler or ¥7,106,400 with the carbon fibre rear wing.[24]

WRX STI Diamond Edition[edit]

As a way of celebrating 30 years of the STI nameplate (in 2018), Subaru offered a limited edition WRX STI Diamond Edition which was developed by Subaru Southern Africa's technical team making it exclusively available to the region with only 30 being produced. The WRX STI Diamond Edition is powered by a 2.5-liter, high-boost turbocharged Boxer engine that offers 260 kW (350 hp) at 4,500 rpm and 464 N⋅m (342 lb⋅ft) of torque at 4,000 rpm. The remapping of the Electronic Control Unit and the fitment of a performance exhaust system has contributed to improved performance. A new engine brace has been fitted for better stability and balance. The WRX STI Diamond Edition rides 20mm lower than the standard WRX STI and the body kit, in a High Viz yellow further lowers the front-end by 10 mm. The spoiler vane gets a stainless steel STI badge unique to this limited edition model and high gloss black Diamond Edition badges appear on the sides of the rear wing. The WRX STI Diamond Edition rides on 19-inch lightweight and darkened aluminum Y-design alloy wheels.[25]

WRX STI Type RA[edit]

For the 2018 model year, Subaru of America introduced the WRX STI Type RA to celebrate the successful record attempt at becoming the fastest sedan around the Nürburgring. This numbered limited edition was restricted to 500 examples for the United States and 75 examples for Canada. The WRX STI Type RA featured 19" gold-colored forged wheels, carbon roof and spoiler, among other changes.[26] The car also featured a carbon fiber roof and rear wing. It was available in a choice of three colors: World Rally Blue Pearl, Black and White. Upgraded pistons were used, increasing horsepower by 5 to 310 hp (4 to 231 kW), and were also added on all model year 2019 STI models. This model cost US$50,000 as opposed to the US$36,000 price for the base STI or the US$41,000 price for the Limited with no options.[27]

WRX STI RA-R[edit]

For the model year 2018, but available only in Japan, Subaru debuted its lightest, fastest and best-handling WRX to date. RA-R stands for "Record Attempt-Racing," a nod to previous, track-based STI variants. Meanwhile, Subaru Technica International helped the vehicle shave some 22 pounds by bringing the weight down to 3263 pounds while reinforcing the chassis and putting on bigger brakes while adding some aerodynamic elements. The RA-R uses a turbocharged 2.0 flat-four (H4) engine from the S208, which pumps out 324 horsepower at 7200 rpm and 319 lb-ft of torque in the range of 3200-4800 rpm. A new muffler gives the car an improved gas flow by approximately 60% and a throatier exhaust note.[28]

WRX Raiu Edition[edit]

In 2018, Subaru launched the 2019 WRX Raiu edition, the first special edition Subaru to be sold in Canada for over 15 years. This model is similar to the Series. Gray edition sold in the US, with its name derived from the Japanese word for thunderstorm. This model was not available with a CVT, buyers could only get a 6-speed manual transmission. The Raiu Edition got sporty upgrades, like an STI-branded front lip, side sill, and rear side spoilers along with a unique short-throw shifter. Black interior and exterior accents were added, with gunmetal finish 18" alloy wheels and Cool Grey Khaki paint also being the only wheel/color options. Jurid front breaks and red-painted calipers were also standard. The Raiu Edition also got the Sport-tech RS trim's existing features, including Recaro front seats with "Ultrasuede," a seven-inch touchscreen "Starlink" multimedia system, and a nine-speaker Harmon Kardon stereo system. Only 100 units of the Raiu Edition were made available, with a price point of $40,995 CAD.[29]

WRX Series.Gray[edit]

For model year 2019, a WRX Series.Gray was made available in the United States with production limited to 750 units.[21] The exterior color was Cool Gray Khaki, featuring exclusive black finish WRX 18-inch alloy wheels, Crystal Black Silica badging and foldable exterior mirrors. Other performance upgrades included Jurid high performance front brake pads and a moonroof delete to save weight. The interior front seats were upgraded to ultrasuede covered Recaro seats with an 8-way power feature for the driver. An STI version was also sold with 250 made. Both models also got upgraded suspension and brakes.[30]

WRX STI TC380[edit]

Subaru announced yet another limited-run model of the WRX STI trim. The 2018 TC380 is available only in Japan and one of their most powerful models to date with 380 hp. Modifications to each car are overseen by Japanese rally driver Toshihiro Arai, who competed in the World Rally Championship with Subaru. The improvements include a suite of HKS parts, including a GT III RS Sport turbo kit, Sport Turbo resonator and a high-flow catalytic converter. Arai Motorsports will install the HKS parts while adding components of its own, including an RQA air filter and an in-house front chassis brace to help with frame rigidity. A carbon fiber rear lip spoiler aids grip at insanely high speeds and serial-numbered Recaro bucket seats explicitly designed for the TC380 will hold the driver down inside. Overall the automaker plans to manufacture only 50 of the WRX STI TC380. The car will continue production until all 50 units are exhausted, joining a series of other limited edition WRX variants such as the Japanese RA-R, United States Seres.Gray and Canadian Raiu Editions.[31][32]

WRX STI S209[edit]

For the model year 2019, a special edition WRX STI S209 was made available, being the first S series STI sold in the USA, and the third S series based on the VA series platform, following the S207 and S208.[33][34] The S209 is the most expensive Subaru ever at US$64,000, and is only sold in the US with 209 being built. It is also the most powerful, with 341 hp (254 kW) and 330 lb⋅ft (450 N⋅m) of torque out of a modified EJ257. Canards are added to the front, and the STI Type RA's carbon roof and wing are retained. The suspension is improved and derived from other S series cars, along with Subaru's Nürburgring race car. The car is available in WR Blue with grey wheels and Crystal White with gold wheels.[35] The S209 is also transported from the Gunma, Japan plant to Subaru's Kiryu-Kougo subsidiary to be finished since the S209 does not meet the standards for cars manufactured in Gunma.[36] The car is sold under the STI brand rather than the Subaru brand, which has caused difficulties importing the car into the US.[37][38]

WRX Series.White[edit]

For model year 2020, a WRX Series.White was made available, with 500 units built, along with 500 STI models being made. Suspension and braking upgrades were included, along with cosmetic ones like bronze wheels and black accents. The car is only available in a special ceramic white.[39]

WRX STI Kanrai Edition[edit]

Again for the 2020 model year but only available to the Canadian market is the arrival of the winter warrior WRX STI Kanrai Edition. Only 75 units were available to the Canadian market compared to the Raiu Edition's 100 units. The WRX STI Kanrai Edition was built on the WRX STI Sport-Tech foundation. Kanrai, which translates to "winter thunder," sports an exclusive Ceramic White exterior paint along with the aggressive characteristics found in the WRX STI. Outfitted on this WRX STI is STI-tuned Bilstein performance suspension, lightweight 19" BBS forged alloy bronze-painted wheels paired with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, which deliver significant handling dynamics and grip. The standard Brembo 6-pot front and 2-pot rear brake system with cross-drilled rotors and silver painted calipers. Subaru removed the spare tire and replaced it with a repair kit to help this STI shave some pounds. The Kanrai incorporates a black low-profile lip spoiler, black badging, mirror caps, and shark fin antenna to complement the Ceramic White paint. What makes it pop is the black front grille receives the STI's unique cherry colour.[40]

WRX STI EJ20 Final Edition[edit]

WRX STI EJ20 Final Edition

A limited EJ20 Final Edition was made available in Japan in late 2019 to commemorate the end of production of the EJ20 engine. With only 555 units produced, the limited edition has a balanced version of the EJ20 engine, according to Subaru the pistons and connecting rods have a 50 percent reduction in weight differences, crankshafts have an 85 percent lower tolerance in rotational balance, flywheels and clutch covers have a 50 percent reduction in rotational balance tolerances, precision close to that of a racing engine.[41][42]

Receptions[edit]

The 2015 WRX was met with mixed reviews by automotive journalists. It placed second to the 2015 Volkswagen GTI in separate comparison tests in the September 2014 issues of Car and Driver and Motor Trend. In general, it bested its sub-$30,000 competition in nearly every performance metric, but suffered from a cheaper interior and a less comfortable ride. Its styling is usually listed as polarizing, too, although the bulk of criticism in that area was based on the lack of a hatchback model.

Performance numbers vary from publication to publication. Testing from Car and Driver, Road & Track and Motor Trend produced 0–60 mph (97 km/h) times as fast as 4.8 seconds and as slow as 5.5 seconds. It runs the quarter-mile anywhere from 13.6 sec at 102 mph (164 km/h) to 14.0 sec at 98 mph (158 km/h). (CVT-equipped WRXs are about a half-second slower to 60 mph and through the quarter-mile.) On the skidpad, roadholding numbers range from 0.92 G to 0.96 G. Braking from 70 mph (113 km/h) results in stops as short as 156–166 feet.

Issues[edit]

WRX models from the 2015 through the 2019 model year suffer from rev hang (fixed with a tune), though this was fixed for the 2020 model year.[43][44] WRX STI models still suffer from past issues with the EJ257 engine, like piston ring and rod bearing failure, and drag down overall WRX reliability scores.[45]

Second generation (2022)[edit]

Motor vehicle

The WRX was redesigned for the 2022 model year and moved to the Subaru Global Platform.[47] It is reported that the next generation STI will have an FA24 motor making over 400 hp (300 kW).[48]

Subaru was set to debut the all-new 2022 WRX on August 19, 2021, at the 2021 New York International Auto Show. However, due to the auto show being canceled due to the delta variant of COVID-19, the unveiling was rescheduled for September 10.

On September 10, 2021, the new second-generation standalone Subaru WRX (fifth generation for the WRX nameplate) was revealed in North America. It features a new 2.4-liter turbocharged horizontally opposed 4-cylinder boxer engine that produces 271 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. Engine updates include larger pistons, an electronically controlled wastegate, and air bypass valves.[49] Transmission choices are either a new CVT called the Subaru Performance Transmission (SPT) or a six-speed manual. There is also the addition of electronically controlled adaptive dampers, which is a first for the WRX.[46]

WRX Sportswagon/WRX-GTB[edit]

Main article: Subaru Levorg (VN)

In October 2021, the Levorg station wagon was introduced in Australia and New Zealand using the WRX nameplate. It is known as the WRX Sportswagon in Australia,[50] and the WRX-GTB in New Zealand.[51] It is powered by the same 2.4-liter turbo boxer engine from the WRX sedan.[52]

Viziv Performance concept[edit]

Viziv Performance Concept

The automotive press speculated the Viziv Performance concept shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2017 would set the styling direction for the forthcoming WRX. The Viziv Performance concept has a longer wheelbase than the current WRX, increasing by 81 mm (3.2 in) to 2,730 mm (107.5 in), but the overall length increases by only 36 mm (1.4 in) to 4,630 mm (182.3 in), meaning the overhangs are shorter.[53] Width is also increased on the Viziv Performance Concept, to 1,950 mm (77 in). Powertrain details were not released, only stating that it uses Subaru's Symmetrical AWD with a boxer engine.[54] An updated Viziv Performance STI Concept was shown at the Tokyo Auto Salon in January 2018, leading to further speculation those styling modifications could show up in a future WRX STI.[55]

The UK marketing director of Subaru, Chris Hawken, stated in November 2017 that the "Subaru Global Platform has been designed to take hybrid and electric" and "that is the way STI is going", leading to speculation the next WRX STI may use a hybrid drivetrain.[56]

Sales[edit]

In the United States, sales have fallen since 2015, with 2015 being the peak year for the WRX even after including pre-split models. This could be attributed to a fall in sedan sales and car sales in general.[57][58] There are also little performance changes with the STI compared to older models, and while the FA engine in the WRX is improved from the previous EJ, pre-tune horsepower is similar, causing people to go for cheaper, lighter, and more unique older models.[citation needed]

Year United States Canada[59]
2015 33,734[60]
2016 33,279[61]3,964
2017 31,358[62]4,616
2018 28,730[63]4,377
2019 21,838[64]2,706
2020 21,178[65]

Rallying[edit]

Subaru Impreza WRX STI (GR) in Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010 competition

In 1993, an Impreza Group A rally car was taken to Rally Finland after the Subaru Legacy rally car had its last outing at Rally New Zealand. The car was crashed in the race and was never used again for rally, but its good performance was noted, as it made 2nd place and was even leading the rally at one point. The Impreza was smaller and more nimble, giving it an advantage over the Legacy.[66] In 1994, the WRX STI became available and entered use for WRC.[1] Since then, Subaru has stopped competing in WRC, citing the Great Recession as a cause, though they still are active in rally events around the United States using the WRX STI as a basis for their competing cars.[67][68]

In 2013, British rally champion Mark Higgins lapped the Isle of Man TT course with the VA WRX STI in 17 minutes, 35.139 seconds.[69]

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2019 Subaru WRX STI Review (Series Gray Edition)

The Subaru WRX is getting on in years, but it’s every bit as capable as the day it rolled onto the stage at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Packing a turbocharged flat-four engine, a six-speed manual transmission, and a four-door body, the WRX ditched the Impreza moniker and hatchback bodystyle for model-specific bodywork and a renewed lease on life. While fervor for the WRX has moved on to its eventual adoption of the Subaru Global Platform that so effectively underpins the Ascent, Impreza, Outback, Legacy, and Forester, there’s still some fun stuff happening with the current WRX.

That fun comes in the form of the Series.Gray, the latest in a collection of WRX and STI models to adopt limited edition colors. Following a similar theme to the Series.HyperBlue, the Series.Gray is largely aesthetic in nature, draping the car in Cool Gray Khaki paint (borrowed from the Crosstrek) and adding black 18-inch alloy wheels, black badges, and black mirror caps. Beyond those changes, though, it’s a WRX Premium with the optional Performance package. In a nod to enthusiasts everywhere, Subaru is only offering the Series.Gray with a six-speed manual transmission.

Considering the modest changes, it’s little surprise that this WRX is exactly as enjoyable as previous versions. It’s just a little bit cooler and more exclusive.

Pros

The party line at Motor1.com might say the only good WRXs are painted in World Rally Blue and feature gold BBS wheels (a combo you sadly can’t even get from the factory nowadays), but there’s definitely nothing wrong with Cool Gray Khaki and black wheels. In fact, if you want to stand out, this limited-run model isn’t a bad call considering Subaru only sold 750 WRX and 250 WRX STIs in the shade. That said, you’ll be sharing the paint with the equal-parts cool and dorky Crosstrek. In other words, it looks awesome, but the color’s rarity on U.S. roads is open for debate.

The WRX’s turbocharged 2.0-liter flat-four isn’t that powerful in today’s world of 300-plus-horsepower four-cylinders, but with 268 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, this Subaru is still entertainingly quick. But it’s also enjoyably antiquated in the way it delivers power – in giant gobs in between bouts of turbo lag. Unlike the effortless turbocharged engines in newer competitors, the WRX asks you to think, keep the revs up, and then drive strategically. It’s fun to keep this engine on the boil and is more involving because of it. It’s also worth noting that this engine is significantly more powerful than the more modern inline-fours found in the WRX’s rivals: the Honda Civic Si, Volkswagen Golf GTI, and Mini Cooper S Clubman.

The WRX may not get the fancy 11.6-inch touchscreen featured in the new Legacy and Outback (although we’d bet our bottom dollar the next WRX will get it), but the 7.0-inch display in the WRX is still quick and wisely laid out. It includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, physical knobs for adjusting the volume and tuning the station, a healthy level of configurability, and available downloadable apps. Despite the WRX’s age, this is a good, modern infotainment system.

Cons

Subaru’s flat-four engines make one of the most immediately identifiable sounds of any car… if you install an aftermarket exhaust. From the factory, the WRX simply isn’t loud enough. From outside or from within the cabin, the engine’s bassy, familiar rumble is basically absent. Give us pops and bangs and let the flat-four sing, Subaru. Or at the very least, figure out how to charge for a noisier factory exhaust and save owners the expense of ordering and installing a system from Borla or Cobb.

This is a long-running issue with Subaru: the six-speed manuals on the WRX and WRX STI simply aren’t very good. Notchy, tough gates pair with a vague clutch and lazy throttle response. Taking off is a challenge, but so is executing a smooth gear change or rev-matching on downshifts. Is it bad enough to order the optional CVT? No, not exactly. But if you’re cross-shopping the Subaru with a manual-trans Civic Si or GTI, the difficulty of the WRX’s six-speed is definitely a mark against it.

We sincerely hope the next WRX is available as a five-door hatchback, because the sedan-only body gives up quite a bit of versatility compared to rivals. The sedan’s trunk offers just 12.0 cubic feet of space. Go with a Volkswagen GTI, though, and there’s nearly double the space (22.8 cubic feet) before folding the seats down. Even a four-door competitor, like the Civic Si sedan and its 14.7-cubic-foot trunk, bests the WRX.

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2019 Subaru WRX Series.Gray

EngineTurbocharged 2.0-liter I4

Output268 Horsepower / 258 Pound-Feet

Transmission6-Speed Manual

Drive TypeAll-Wheel Drive

Speed 0-60 MPH5.5 Seconds (est)

Maximum speed155 MPH

Weight3,344 Pounds

Efficiency21 City / 27 Highway

Seating Capacity5

Cargo Volume12.0 Cubic Feet

Base Price$32,595

As-Tested Price$33,480

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