2017 Subaru WRX Price
2017 Subaru WRX Priced From $27,515
Subaru’s true and tried rally specials, the WRX STI as well as the WRX, drift to the 2017 model year.
For $27,515, you get the same 2.0-liter turbo flatfour that routes 268 hp to all four wheels. A 6.2-inch touchscreen to control the six loudspeaker-sound system with HD RADIO, SiriusXM, Bluetooth, USB, and various music PROGRAMS comes standard.
The price of selecting the navigation choice ($2600), which updates the touchscreen to 7.0 inches, goes up by $500 on foundation and Premium trims, but it now contains blind spot monitoring, back cross-traffic alarm, and pushbutton BEGINNING.
The Lineartronic CVT may be good but in the operation-oriented WRX it's an encounter we’d prevent at any cost, which in this event is $1200. This soul-sapping automatic is optional on Small and Premium trims, and its own only side-benefit is for those that want added safety features. The entire package, for instance, updated stereo, runs $3795. Sadly, just as using the standard Impreza, EyeSight is offered only about the CVT Limited trimming.
The 2017 WRX STI, is, at $36,015 $525 more expensive than the 2016 version. There’s nothing new here, only exactly the same driver-adjustable centre differential, brake-established torque vectoring, as well as the regular turbo lag before the 2.5-liter boxer four uncorks all 305 hp. The fully loaded Small STI ($40,815) costs just $25 more than it did in 2016. Six-speed stick motorists just need apply. Do’t anticipate your Subaru dealer to stock 2017 versions until summer.
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