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Subaru WRX Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Subaru WRX. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Subaru WRX.

OverviewSUBARU WRX

The 2020 Subaru WRX is Subaru's third-generation sports sedan, providing consumers with Subaru's world-class safety features in a sporty, powerful car that's actually fun to drive. The WRX offers superb handling and enhanced performance, allowing drivers to dominate the roads in all kinds of situations. Buyers have a choice of five trim levels: base, premium, limited, STI and the STI limited.

NOTEWORTHY FEATURES

Upgrades for 2020

The 2020 WRX now features Brembo brakes with red calipers in its Performance Package as well as Recaro performance front seats and a sunroof delete. Approach lighting and auto-headlights are also added on with the Premium trim. In STI models, the front bumper has been redesigned, and keyless access and push-button start are now standard with the WRX vehicle.

Powerful Performance

The WRX boasts a standard supercharged 2.0-liter flat-four engine with 268 horsepower combined with all-wheel drive. Buyers can expect a choice between either the six-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic on Premium and Limited trims. In a test by Car and Driver, the WRX showed off its colors with a zero to 60 time of just 5.5 seconds.

Superb Handling

Expect the WRX to perform with excellent marks on your drive, handling corners and twisting turns with ease. Featuring Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive and track-tuned suspension, the WRX whips around corners and grips the road like a true champ. Vehicle dynamics control with active torque vectoring and quick-ratio steering are all part of the appeal of the WRX.

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

Difficulty Seeing

The high-performance suspension on STI trims combined with a manual-only option can make for a hard ride, leaving the STI model a better choice for Subaru drivers who don't mind a few bumps in the road. Drivers who are jarred by rough rides may be better off choosing the Premium model, which doesn't ride as hard. However, the standard 268-horsepower transmission will be enough for most drivers while the STI's 310 horsepower can be left to the serious purists who have a need for more speed from the vehicle.

Limited Storage

Interior design in the WRX scores lower than its competitors, with somewhat cheap-looking materials and not-so-ample cargo space. Though it sports a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat for cargo, the interior storage area feels less than roomy. Combined with a dark and tight interior, the WRX isn't as passenger-friendly as some may like.

Wind Noise

There is no doubt that the WRX is loud and creates a lot of wind and road noise while driving, especially when compared to some of its competitors that are in the same class. This all comes down to personal preference and may or may not be a deal-breaker for some buyers.

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OVERALL RATING
4.7 OUT OF 5 (16 Reviews)