2019 Subaru Wrx Limited on 2040-cars
Dania, Florida, United States
Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC)
Subaru Advanced Frontal Airbag system
Front Seat side-impact airbags
Driverís side knee airbag
4-Wheel disc brakes with brake assist
Anti-Lock braking system (ABS)
Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
LED daytime running lights (DRL)
Eyesight driver assist system Ė in the event that you donít hit the brakes it will stop the car and avoid a
2.0L DOHC intercooled turbocharged engine
CVT automatic transmission with SI-drive
18 inch aluminum alloy wheels with performance tires with a lot of tread remaining
STARLINK with 7 inch touch screen with Bluetooth and Apple carplay & Android auto
Cruise control, tilt/telescopic wheel
Push button start, keyless entry
Power steering, brakes, windows, locks, mirrors, seat
Ice cold air conditioning
Heated front seats
All weather floor mats and cargo tray
Oil and filter has been changed at 1000 miles, 3500, miles and 7000 miles with mobil one full synthetic oil and a
mobil one oil filter.
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Auto blogMon, 25 Aug 2014
A month after originally teasing it, Subaru is finally unveiling its WRX S4 model for Japan. It's a bit more than just a plush take on the sport sedan, because Subaru is fitting a more powerful version of the 2.0-liter, turbocharged boxer four-cylinder engine than we get on these shores.
The company says that S4 stands for "'Sports performance', 'Safety performance', 'Smart driving' and 'Sophisticated feel," and it certainly looks like this Rex ticks all of those boxes. The most surprising feature is the Japanese model's 2.0-liter turbo engine boasting 296 horsepower (221 kilowatts) and 295 pound-feet (400 Newton-meters) of torque in this application. That's quite a healthy upgrade over the 268 hp and 258 lb-ft that Americans get in the standard WRX, and it's even nipping at the heels of the 305 hp and 290 lb-ft from the STI with a 2.5-liter mill that we get over here.
While extra power is always welcome, enthusiasts might not be so thrilled that Subaru's Sport Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission is the sedan's only available gearbox. However, it offers a simulated eight-speed shifting mode when drivers notch the car into Sport# driving mode. Of course, the S4 also packs Subie's trademark all-wheel drive with Vehicle Dynamics Control and Active Torque Vectoring as standard.
Another week coming to a close brings another rumor of a potential hotted-up version of the Subaru everyone wants to turbocharge, the BRZ.
A fresh rumor out of the Car and Driver offices makes the claim that a new, special-edition BRZ model will be offered up within the next few months. Word is that the new model will not get similar upgrades to the recent BRZ tS (seen above) for the Japanese market, meaning we're likely in for a cosmetic update instead of a functional one.
The looks of the tS could still be in the cards, however, meaning swapped-out lip spoiler, wheels and even STI badging might be on the way.
Following the debut of the Legacy Concept at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, it appears Subaru is now ready to show us the real thing. The Japanese automaker has just confirmed that a production-spec Legacy sedan will officially bow at next week's Chicago Auto Show.
All we have to work with right now is the teaser image you see above, as well as some general overview-type stuff from Subaru in regards to its new model. According to the company's press blast, the next Legacy "is a midsize sports sedan which offers enhanced driveability and functionality while achieving a design required for a flagship model with a quality feel." In other words, it's a brand-new Legacy.
The Legacy Concept was a decidedly attractive thing, combining coupe-like styling elements and a new design that sort of reminds us of a Buick Regal GS. Of course, Subaru has a storied history of creating excellent-looking concept cars, only to later unveil very watered-down production versions, so we fully expect its new midsize sedan to be quite a bit more boring than the show car we saw in LA. Let's hope we're wrong.