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Last month, Americans drove away from Subaru dealerships in 3,716 new WRXs and STIs, a record for the Impreza-based hot-
hatch duo. Year-over-year volume jumped 85% in July 2015, an increase of 1,711 units for the Subaru brand, which shot up 11% to 50,517 total sales, the first time since last August that Subaru Of…
It took maybe less than 10 minutes of driving the 2015 Subaru WRX STI before I started falling back on old habits.
As both Sun Tzu and Rage Against The Machine's Zack de la Rocha once said, "Know your enemy." Subaru is obviously not one to argue with these important philosophers, especially when it comes to their new WRX STI.
Two questions: 1. Are you living in the United Kingdom? and 2. Have you been meaning to buy a Subaru WRX or WRX STI?
Subaru unveils "Orange And Black" edition Subaru WRX and Subaru WRX STI at SEMA. They're special because they're Black… and Orange.
If you drive a Subaru WRX long enough you'll probably have to go to court to pay for a speeding ticket, as Justin Strueli apparently knows all too well. Or maybe he's just taunting them. Come at me, bro.
Subaru Canada set out to build an ad for the new 2011 Subaru WRX STI powered by the car itself, eventually settling on creating a giant flipbook animation around a racetrack. it's awesome. How they did it below.
This is the 2011 Subaru STI A-Line sedan, a turbocharged parts-bin wonder that ditches a clutch pedal in favor of a torque converter and a bunch of whirling clutchpacks. No, you can't buy it here.
Subaru dropped a 2011 WRX STI on the Nürburgring's Nordschleife with a few "minor" upgrades (like a beefed-up R205 turbocharger). With just a few go-faster parts it dropped a 7:55 'ring run, becoming the... fastest. WRX STI. Ever!! [Subaru]
We thought the Subaru Legacy pulling an F150 out of the snow was impressive, but here's an even more noteworthy feat: a WRX STI rescuing a European semi-truck. Judging from the backup, it's real, which makes this totally legendary.
We've got a theory: Subaru uses two teams developing alternating generation platform designs. The teams compete to out-do each other with progressively uglier vehicles. This independently designed WRX STI proves such mustn't be the case.
Late at night, the driver of this Subaru STI swerved to miss a deer, lost control, hit a tree, flipped twice, plowed through a stop sign and another tree. Everyone inside walked away. Mega-gallery below.