Everyone can later only drive a base-spec WRX model with a 6-speed manual transmission, and sure, for WRX Premium and WRX Limited consumers may opt for either the base or an CVT. Especially for the WRX STI, you'll have only one 6-speed manual choice. The outstanding 18-inch wheels are available in the none-base trims as well. To remind anyone on how the STI versions differ from the others, those gorgeous swings, are now a bit smaller than the ongoing. Thanks to that creative changes but the company bravely grow the pricing slightly up. To get a standard WRX now you have to spend up to $26,600 (the MSRP is $26,595) - as well as the standard WRX STI which is priced nearly $34,700 (MSRP $34,695).
In regard to fuel economy, there won't be any improvements at all. All Subaru WRX models stay at 20 MPG/city and 27 MPG/HWY, the same is true to the STI stands at 17 MPG/city and 23 MPG/HWY. Powertrain is still relied on a 2.0L Turbocharged Subaru Boxer 4-cylinder engine generating 268 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.
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Back to the key changes, the Subaru WRX STI's safety upgrades are going to be proved with the latest EyeSight security system - so the car is now just safer than the old. The suit includes a lane departure alert, auto braking system, adaptive cruise control and more.
For those who need the MSRP details here we've listed them: Standard WRX ($26,595) - WRX Premium ($28,895) - WRX Limited ($30,395), differs from others, the Limited has its special leather packaged interior and LED headlights - WRX STI ($34,695) - WRX STI Limited ($39,995).
The STI keeps most preferable over its significant upgraded specs of tech features. Safety equipment, as they are purposing, seems not surprising but still gives more values. The 2016 Subaru WRX STI performance sedans are scheduled to hit dealers later when the summer begins.