Subaru loves to play about with its rally-bred WRX models, and the third-generation is no exception.
With an increase in power from the now 2.5-liter turbochargered flat-four, (you may remember original Impreza Turbo’s were 2.0-liter) for 2011 the WRX now has a wide body design taken from the STI model.
With the wider more aggressive stance comes a 1.5 inch-wider track front and rear. Firming things up are stiffer rear sub frame bushes straight from the STI and sticky 235/45R17 tires wrapped round wider 17×8-inch wheels.
Along with the widened fenders comes a new front lip spoiler, with larger black grille and intakes. With 265-horsepower the increase of 34 pounds in curb weight shouldn’t hinder the WRX’s performance. Whether you choose the five-door model or the sedan you will still get the pumped up new styling, so the only question is which body style suits you?
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