2018 Subaru WRX Limited 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
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$30,717 MSRP $31,595 Invoice $29,708
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The Subaru WRX is a rally-bred four-door sport sedan. A turbocharged engine, performance-tuned suspension and Subaru's venerated Symmetrical All Wheel Drive combine to set a benchmark in the competitive sport compact segment. The WRX is available in three trims: Base, Premium and Limited. Power is supplied by a 268-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine, paired with a six-speed manual transmission; a Lineartronic CVT with paddle shifters is also available. Trim-dependent standard equipment includes: a power moonroof, steering responsive LED headlights, LED fog lights, 18-inch aluminum wheels, heated front seats, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, passive entry/start, HD/satellite radio, smartphone integration, voice-activated navigation and a 7-inch LCD touchscreen display. Safety features include 4-wheel anti-lock brakes with brake assist, electronic stability/traction control systems and a rear-vision camera, as well as seven airbags; Subaru's EyeSight driver assist technology is optional on Limited trims. The Subaru WRX gets a refresh for 2018, with more aggressive styling and enhanced equipment levels, including steering responsive LED headlights, keyless access with push-button start and updated EyeSight driver assist technology.
  • Engine 2.0LL H-4
  • Power 268@ 5600 RPM
  • Transmission 6-spd man w/OD
  • 0-60 5.7 seconds
  • Drivetrain all wheel
  • Seating 5 passengers
  • Cargo 12.0 cu.Ft.
  • MPG 21 City/ 27 HWY
  • Invoice $29,708.00
  • warranty 36 months/36,000 miles
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