2005 SUBARU WRX
great little turbo wagon. there's a ticking that's not just the standard subaru tick. It's coming from the timing belt tensioner which is a known issue. There is a maintenance bulletin on this issue out. Other than that its a solid car works great even with the high miles if maintained well
2006 SUBARU WRX
Subaru, my first experience. I bought a used modded car, an STi. It's not a high end sports car but they are fun to drive and they seem to be built well. I"m refining mine for special use and expectation. Would buy again
2003 SUBARU WRX
This is the best vehicle I have ever owned, and that includes my 2015 Escape. My WRX is fun to drive, great on gas, and hugs the road like no other. I definitely recommend any WRX between 02-04, especially the STI.
by JONATHAN B
2002 SUBARU WRX
I baught this great car to get better gas mileage as well as have a four door vehicle.it is my daily driver from school and back.(6miles round trip). A couple of features is that it has been repainted Subaru silver and the paint job is a 4/5 stars because it shows chips. My advice is to drive safe and even though it has a turbo, doesn't mean you have to run it hard. Treat your car like glass.
by Brandon Tollett
2005 SUBARU WRX
I bought my '05 WRX because I wanted a sharp-looking, fun-to-drive car that I could use every day, and it totally delivers. My last car was barely more than an appliance I used for grocery runs and getting around in inclement weather, but now my sport bike finally has competition for driving just for the fun of it. Given the right tires this Subie will laugh off whatever nature throws at it, and spooling up the turbo never gets old. My only complaint is how depressing it is when I can't drive it because I have to wait for the parts to maintain it. This particular model generation is hard to come by in oem shape, but it's definitely worth taking care of what will surely be a modern classic. I love this car.
2004 SUBARU WRX
It's a great car I love it. everything about it is is tight and clean so quick in the corners and grips like a champ. It's super practical too awesome for road trips and sweet on backroad trails.
2006 SUBARU WRX
Excellent performance car. The WRX-STI was a car my son was looking for quite sometime. It's a 2006 and they are hard to find in decent shape due to many over the top performance modifications. We found this black one that was all original with minimum modifications. My son will be using it and enjoys snowboarding. The WRX-STI is a phenomenal all weather car.
by Mr Anthony
2002 SUBARU WRX
Turbo Gauge. Short Throw Shifter. Upgraded Sound Package. Alpine AM/FM CD Receiver with player with six CD Remote Changer. MPG: 23-24 city driving. Current Miles: 181k. Synthetic Oil changed and tires rotated at 5k.
Used Subaru WRX Information
The Subaru WRX is four-door sport compact car first offered for the 2015 model year. The WRX nomenclature is not new for Subaru; the letters have been used as a modifier to signify the sport-trimmed and rally-inspired version of the Subaru Impreza since 1992. Since the beginning, WRX and WRX STI models have held a legendary status with enthusiasts, representing a street-legal rally car that a consumer can buy at a local dealership.
Many markets outside of the United States dropped the 'Impreza' name from the WRX and WRX STI when the third-generation Impreza was first offered in 2007. The third-gen Impreza WRX was offered as a sedan or hatchback in base, premium and limited trims. WRX STI models would boast a wider body and an enhanced suspension and drivetrain. WRX vehicles of the era are powered by a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine and were offered with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, with the latter being discontinued for the 2009 model year. The final Subaru Impreza WRX models would be offered for the 2014 model year.
The current WRX marks a new path for the manufacturer. Losing the Impreza name and further distancing the vehicle from the non-turbocharged compact, today's Subaru WRX features a smaller, but more powerful 268-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. The WRX STI continues to use the turbocharged 2.5-liter, now rated at 310 horsepower.
The Subaru WRX is available in five trim levels: WRX, WRX Premium, WRX Limited, WRX STI and WRX STI Limited.
All WRX models use Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive system. A stout, close-ratio six-speed manual transmission is standard and the only gearbox offered in the WRX STI. An optional Sport Lineartronic continuously variable transmission (CVT) with paddle shifters and six-and eight-speed manual modes is available on WRX models.
Today's Subaru WRX offers more standard and optional technology features than ever. Base models include Subaru's Starlink infotainment system with a 6.2-inch touch screen. New for 2016, the WRX now includes standard smartphone app integration. The six-speaker system also boasts a single-disc CD player, a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity. The touch screen also displays video from the standard rearview camera.
The current-generation Subaru WRX is a Top Safety Pick+ recipient from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).