/2018 Subaru WRX STI and WRX MSRP Announced

2018 Subaru WRX STI and WRX MSRP Announced

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The new 2018 Subaru WRX STI and WRX model are on their way to the dealerships across America as the Japanese company reveals the MSRP. Prices for the standard WRX sports sedan starts at $26,995, while the hotted-up and tricked-out WRX STI kicks things off at $36,095.

The 2018 Subaru WRX STI is, obviously, the one you want, since it comes with a 305-hp 2.5-liter turbocharged BOXER engine,Multi-Mode Driver Controlled Center Differential (DCCD) Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Active Torque Vectoring and Multi-Mode Vehicle Dynamics Control, plus 19-inch alloy wheels, yellow-painted brake calipers, STI Sport Design instrument cluster with LCD, Steering Responsive Headlights (SRH), auto on/off windshield wipers and Welcome Lighting. Also, new to WRX STI is auto LED low and high beam height adjustment control.

But the standard 2018 WRX isn’t bad either, what with a 268-hp, 2.0-liter direct injection turbocharged BOXER engine, Symmetrical All Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring, standard 6-speed manual gearbox or optional Sport Lineartronic CVT, thicker door glass, revised door sealing and a foam-filled windshield header beam, new, larger high-definition multi-function display (5.9-inch vs. 4.3-inch before), heated exterior mirrors and SUBARU STARLINK 7.0” multimedia audio unit on premium models. The full 2018 WRX price list is as follows:

Model/Trim Transmission MSRP MSRP + destination and delivery
Standard WRX 6MT $26,995 $27,855
WRX Premium 6MT $29,295 $30,155
WRX Premium CVT $30,495 $31,355
WRX Limited 6MT $31,595 $32,455
WRX Limited CVT $32,795 $33,655
Standard WRX STI 6MT $36,095 $36,955
WRX STI Limited- Wing 6MT $40,895 $41,755
WRX STI- Low Profile Trunk Spoiler 6MT $40,895 $41,755
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