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2017 Subaru WRX S-Edition on sale now

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Fastest Car Wifi In The World: Subaru WRX STI

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The refreshed 2018 Subaru WRX starts at $27,855

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Another year, another special-edition version of the Subaru WRX. This time around it’s the 2017 Subaru WRX S-Edition, a warmed-over version of the WRX Premium with some interior and exterior enhancements that is limited to 250 units in Australia. The WRX S-Edition adds STI seats and interior trim elements such as an STI gearknob (whether you …

For over 20 years, Subaru customers have loved the technical supremacy of the STI range of vehicles and to enhance that proposition, WRX STI will be available with mobile WiFi from EE until the end of June. The mobile in car system allows multiple devices to be connected to WiFi on the move with 30GB …

Subaru has always staggered the release of new versions of the WRX and STI performance twins from that of the more pedestrian Imprezas. While the latter just received a ground-up redesign for 2017, the once and future kings of all-wheel-drive performance sedans make do with some new options and massaged over styling. Pricing for the …

The ones I shouldn’t have let get away I’m the type of person who looks forward, not back, in life. I don’t struggle with an attachment to material possessions. When I sell something, I usually have a “don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out” attitude and move on. But …

For 2018, Subaru has given the WRX and WRX STI a mild refresh on the outside, and a few significant tweaks under the skin. Starting with the exterior, the lower grille openings on both models have been enlarged and given a bit of extra black trim for a more aggressive look. In fact, the change …

My very first car was a 1998 Subaru Forester that my brother handed down to me. It wasn’t the sexiest car in the world, but it sure was reliable. I drove it from New York to North Carolina and back again for four years with 80,000 miles already logged, and it always got the job …

For about two decades, Subaru and Mitsubishi have locked horns. And while both have built incredible rally cars for the road, the Impreza will always be king. Here’s why… 1. It was Colin McRae’s weapon of choice Colin McRae was one of the greatest drivers to ever grace tarmac, gravel and snow in the World …

The competition between the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and the Subaru Impreza WRX STI has been going strong since the early 90s, and recently, we’ve been adding fuel to that fire. Here is the second side to the story, and obviously the truth.. Not so long ago, CT staff writer Darren Cassey wrote something that I, …

Sure, you may not need a backup camera, but if it’s not working when it’s supposed to, it’s still a pain. Subaru issued a recall for 26,564 examples of the 2017 Impreza in both sedan and hatchback guise. The vehicles in question have production dates between Sept. 12, 2016 and Feb. 23, 2017. The issue …

The perfect car for outdoor lovers just got even better. Do you like camping, skiing, biking, and [fill in any other outdoor activity here]? Do you want a car that’s affordable and economical, but still has room for all your stuff and your dogs? Do you need a car that can handle a rough dirt …