2019 Subaru WRX STI | Model Review

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Learn about the 2019 Subaru WRX STI, from performance engineering to interior technologies.

Compare the 2019 Subaru WRX STI vs. WRX STI Limited with the videos below.

2019 WRX STI and WRX Model Reviews:
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– WRX STI Limited – $41,395: (https://youtu.be/zjieiGjFdGg)

– WRX Base – $27,195: (https://youtu.be/M7g0Htfxr6o)
– WRX Premium – $29,495: (https://youtu.be/CP5t2wTlH6w)
– WRX Limited – $31,795: (https://youtu.be/kBwTlsV0auk)

2019 WRX STI Specs:
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*Starting at $36,595

– 310-hp 2.5-liter turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine
– Driver Controlled Center Differential
– Front and Rear limited-slip differential
– 6-speed close-ratio manual transmission
– Brembo performance brakes
– High-performance STI sport-tuned suspension
– 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
– STI trunk spoiler
– LED Steering Responsive Headlights
– Ultrasuede leather-trimmed upholstery
– Leather-wrapped steering wheel
– 7.0-inch SUBARU STARLINK Multimedia Plus
– SUBARU STARLINK Safety Plus enabled
– 5.9-inch LCD color multifunction display
– Rear-Vision Camera
– All-Weather Package: heated exterior side mirrors, heated front seats, windshield wiper de-icer

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Comments

Basih says:

Shame that Subaru pulled the WRX and STI from EU market.

Jeffrey L says:

Just bought one. I come from a long history of starions, vr4s (galant and 3kgt), challengers, all-tracs, ect. My thoughts:
Entire sound system and head unit is horrible. Android auto doesn't seem to work well. The touch screen and volume are so close you're constantly hitting screen buttons. Slight changes make parts interchange difficult. Aftermarket headlights for example, do not work on new pin setup. Subaru has too many limitations on acceptable mods. Sold ONLY with summer performance tires (IN ALASKA!) so 19" snow tires were near 2k. Not many options for readouts. I'd like to see some temps that are obviously being read by the ECU. The channels for 3rd and 5th are slightly too close. 2 shifts to 60mph? What is this? 1982?

Exhaust is quiet, can't hear it all in the car and barely with the windows open; although idle rumble resonates more than another stock car I've heard from the outside. Drivetrain has an intoxicating whine and very unique shifter feel. Overall I'm happy with it but there is a lot of room for improvement that I hope enthusiasts find in the next rendition of the wrx.

I didn't wait for 2020, because 1st year productions are chalk full of issues, last model years tend to have the bugs fixed. In the end, I might add some slight performance goods, test subarus objectivity by requiring proof that mod x or y caused/aided failure over any variants they already offer through their performance line.

The sti owns the new 0-45k awd turbo line. With Mitsubishi out, your options are limited. For used, your interest rates will be higher. For younger people, I would wait for new model or consider a much older, mod-able awd platform. This car is no rocket ship.

Noah Grove says:

…But can it rumble?

Icesilver STI17 says:

Still slow !

Alexis Oseguera says:

Make a flat 6

&verson eumerrmu says:

plz launch eletric wrx sti plz plz plz plz plz

Cyber Chump says:

Keep the ej25 and bring back the hatch back

Matthew says:

please give us a new engine…No more ringlands.

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