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2019 Subaru STI S209 First Drive

The Old Dog Learns Some New Tricks

What is it?

The 2019 Subaru STI S209 is a limited-production, high-performance, five-passenger compact sedan based on the last-generation Subaru Impreza. The S209 marks the first time an S model has been offered in the United States by Subaru. Production is limited to 209 units in one of two colors: 128 in World Rally Blue Pearl with gray wheels and 81 in Crystal White Pearl with gold wheels.

Even though it uses the same engine as the WRX STI, the S209 offers more power (341 horsepower, compared to 310 hp in the WRX STI) thanks to a host of engine modifications, which include a larger turbo generating most boost pressure, a retuned ECU and a new free-flowing exhaust. There have also been significant modifications to the suspension, chassis and bodywork in the name of not only outright grip but also road feel and steering response. The close-ratio six-speed manual transmission — no automatic is offered — has also received revisions in the form of a new shift mechanism intended to shorten shift time, otherwise known as a short shift kit.

Why does it matter?

To Subaru aficionados, the S models are legendary. The S209 is no exception, but it gains additional significance by being the first vehicle completely built by Subaru Technica International (STI) that's undergone U.S. homologation. That means Subaru has likely opened the door to more STI models in the coming years, although the carmaker remains tight-lipped as to which models could get the full STI treatment. Until then, the S209 is likely the last hurrah for the current and aging WRX STI platform that's been around since 2014.

What does it compete with?

The S209's historical rival, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, was killed off in 2016. Without a perfect foil, the WRX STI and the STI S209 find themselves in uncharted waters. Impressive though the specs might be, the S209 is still underpinned by the STI that was redesigned back in 2014. Since then nearly every sports car of this size, configuration or price has undergone substantial redesigns.

While the standard WRX STI has to deal with the likes of the Volkswagen Golf R and the Honda Civic Type R, the S209 might be priced closer to an Audi RS 3 or a BMW M2. Both of those competitors offer serious performance and refinement along with the latest infotainment technology — something the S209 lacks.

How does it drive?

Among people who build race cars for a living, there's a saying along the lines of, "A race car should be easier to drive than a road car. And if it isn't, you're doing something wrong." Well, STI does exactly that. Aside from developing sportier parts for various Subarus, it also designs and builds Subarus to compete in a variety of racing events around the world. Among those events, perhaps the most notable is the famed Nürburgring 24 Hours, which is known for the grueling demands the race puts on cars and drivers alike. And this year marked the sixth in a row that an STI-built Subaru has won its class.

What does that have to do with the S209? Well, a lot. For starters, some of the same engineers responsible for the ongoing development of that race car were involved in the chassis and suspension upgrades present in the S209. Parts such as a flexible front strut tower bar (stiffens under cornering forces and relaxes under straight-line forces such as acceleration and braking), subframe bracing, and front and rear draw-stiffeners are all features culled directly from their Nürburgring experiences. STI even redesigned various suspension bushings and mounts to allow for less delay between the moment you turn the steering wheel and the moment the car responds.

More common modifications such as stiffer springs and specially tuned Bilstein dampers were swapped in, along with special brake pads with a higher heat tolerance, making them less likely to fade while on a racetrack or a good mountain road. Even the tire supplier, Dunlop, designed a special tire (SP Sport Maxx GT600A) to fit over special 19-inch BBS wheels.

The result is astonishing. The somewhat primitive and wild WRX STI has been significantly refined and improved in nearly every performance metric. The ride is undeniably stiff, but the S209 somehow manages not to crash and bang over moderate bumps. During moderately aggressive driving, the body remains taut and flat while still providing ample feedback to the driver. The steering has excellent feel just off-center, and the weighting imparts confidence without being needlessly heavy. Steering response, something STI sought to improve from the start, is nearly instantaneous yet avoids feeling darty or nervous. All of those countless hours at the Nürburgring really did pay off.

Power is up as well, but its delivery doesn't shine in the same way the handling does. This car is still very much a WRX STI, and the aging 2.5-liter flat four-cylinder still lacks motivation below 3,000 rpm. The new, larger HKS turbo and expanse of engine tuning have made for a smoother swell of power across a larger rpm range. But if you get caught in a gear too high, you'll quickly find yourself scrambling to downshift.

Speaking of finding gears, the ratios in the gearbox are now selected via a short shift kit unique to the S209. While shift effort remains fairly light, engagement was still very notchy. The shift gate also proved a bit narrow, and multiple drivers — including ourselves — experienced mis-shifts. An owner might be able to adapt to the narrow spacing, but the patience it takes to find the correct gear almost negates the use of the short shift kit.

Subaru insisted we sample the S209 on a racetrack as well, and we came away convinced that, aside from the shifter, it's one of the best cars in which to learn a new track. The car is terrifically stable, allowing for corrections to be made midway through corners that would otherwise spin you around in another car. But there's still a good deal of nimbleness in the S209. The car moves when and where you want it to, and the all-wheel-drive system has been tweaked for better and more aggressive apportioning of power.

Returning to the mantra of race cars being easier to drive than road cars, if the standard WRX STI is a road car, the S209 is a race car. Color us deeply impressed.

What's the interior like?

If you have any familiarity with the WRX and WRX STI, and it's likely you do since this generation has been around since 2014, the S209 isn't particularly different. Standing out is the grippy faux suede-wrapped steering wheel and the strip of dark red trim that runs the width of the dashboard. There's a numbered build plate just aft of the shift lever as well as the S209 nomenclature just above the glovebox.

The S209 logo also appears on the Recaro sport seats (the driver gets eight-way power adjustability while the passenger stays fully manual) as well as on the doorsill. Both front and rear seats are covered in black and gray leather and faux suede upholstery with contrasting silver stitching. The front seats, though impressive-looking, don't offer quite the support, especially across the seat bottoms.

Dating the S209 is Subaru's last-generation 7-inch infotainment touchscreen. While no one interested in the S209 will likely care, the screen is a reminder of just how quickly technology can look out-of-date. Thankfully, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as are two fast-charging USB ports for front seat passengers.

Surprising was the lack of excessive road and exhaust noise inside the S209. Of course the specially developed Dunlop tires can get a bit loud on rougher surfaces, but the noise was far from overpowering. And for all its flashy hand-polished appearance, the exhaust didn't drone at sustained highway speeds.

How practical is it?

The S209 is still an Impreza despite its performance improvements and boy-racer body kit. There's seating for five, and thanks to the standard Impreza's tall greenhouse, all passengers have ample headroom and shoulder room. Not counting the rather large wing on the trunklid, visibility is quite good — especially out the front.

That large adjustable rear wing makes the trunk even heavier to open, but the space underneath looks remarkably similar to a standard WRX. There is a bright pink chassis brace (an official STI color) in the cargo area, but it is tucked up against the bottom of the parcel shelf and shouldn't get in the way of luggage, groceries, or a set of track wheels and tires.

What else should I know?

Subaru says the aero accoutrements are functional. From the increased cooling in the front of the car to the canards near the front tires to the actual working fender vents, all the styling offers real-world benefits. Even that rear wing makes a bit of actual downforce. It's only 42 pounds at 75 mph, but it's something.

And those paddles on the back of the steering wheel? They allow for water to be sprayed directly onto the intercooler to cool the air going into the engine on warmer days. We didn't notice a difference, but it's a nod to previous S models, and we like that little bit of manual control.

For a major automaker, the S209 is a very, very limited production run. At just 209 cars, most will undoubtedly be sold the moment they hit dealer lots.

Edmunds says

Bringing the 2019 Subaru STI S209 to the U.S. is a curious move by Subaru. While it is no doubt the best iteration of the long-running WRX STI, its limited production numbers, and likely high price, make it something only for the most die-hard Subaru enthusiasts. Still, it's a glimpse inside the racing brains of STI to see just how focused and how good a Subaru performance car can be.


Consumer reviews

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2019 Subaru STI S209 video

WILL KAUFMAN: Subaru fans rejoice. Subaru is finally bringing one of their limited run special edition STI models to the United States. And this one is a United States-only model. In recent years, it seems like the STI hasn't quite been getting the love it deserves. It's running an older engine on an older platform. In order to keep the car fresh, Subaru Technica International, Subaru's skunkworks, has gone over the car from nose to tail, making a bunch of changes to make it faster, more aggressive, better handling, and more desirable. From the outside, some of the changes are pretty obvious. Fender flares have been added, widening the car's track by about 1.7 inches. That means that this STI wears the widest tires on any Subaru yet. You'll also notice the carbon fiber roof to reduce weight, and the carbon fiber wing to increase downforce. Under the hood, you'll still find an EJ motor, but in S209, Subaru has added a larger HKS turbo charger. They've upgraded the intercooler. They've upgraded the pistons. They've done a lot of work to bring the power in this motor up to 341 horsepower. STI has also done a lot of work on this STI's suspension. They've overhauled a lot of the components under there. They've added bigger brakes for better stopping power as well. The only transmission you're going to find on an S209 is the six speed manual, which is the way things should be. Inside the, cabin along with some minor visual updates, you'll also find a little paddle on the steering wheel that lets you spray water onto the turbo intercooler, a nod to older STIs. Subaru is only going to be making 200 of the 2019 WRX STI S209. So if you want one, you should get in line now. For more information about the 2019 Subaru WRS STI S209, sure to check out our full first look on edmunds.com/roadnoise. And for more videos like this, stay tuned right here to YouTube. Make sure to like and subscribe.

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Features & Specs

Base MSRP
$63,995
MPG & Fuel
15 City / 21 Hwy / 17 Combined
Fuel Tank Capacity: 15.9 gal. capacity
Seating
5 seats
Drivetrain
Type: all wheel drive
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Engine
Flat 4 cylinder
Horsepower: 341 hp @ 6400 rpm
Torque: 330 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm
Basic Warranty
3 yr./ 36000 mi.
Dimensions
Length: 181.9 in. / Height: 58.1 in.
Overall Width with Mirrors: N/A
Overall Width without Mirrors: 72.4 in.
Curb Weight: 3485 lbs.
Cargo Capacity, All Seats In Place: 11.8 cu.ft.


2019 Subaru STI S209 First Impressions

2019 Subaru STI S209 First Drive

The Old Dog Learns Some New Tricks

What is it?

The 2019 Subaru STI S209 is a limited-production, high-performance, five-passenger compact sedan based on the last-generation Subaru Impreza. The S209 marks the first time an S model has been offered in the United States by Subaru. Production is limited to 209 units in one of two colors: 128 in World Rally Blue Pearl with gray wheels and 81 in Crystal White Pearl with gold wheels.

Even though it uses the same engine as the WRX STI, the S209 offers more power (341 horsepower, compared to 310 hp in the WRX STI) thanks to a host of engine modifications, which include a larger turbo generating most boost pressure, a retuned ECU and a new free-flowing exhaust. There have also been significant modifications to the suspension, chassis and bodywork in the name of not only outright grip but also road feel and steering response. The close-ratio six-speed manual transmission — no automatic is offered — has also received revisions in the form of a new shift mechanism intended to shorten shift time, otherwise known as a short shift kit.

Why does it matter?

To Subaru aficionados, the S models are legendary. The S209 is no exception, but it gains additional significance by being the first vehicle completely built by Subaru Technica International (STI) that's undergone U.S. homologation. That means Subaru has likely opened the door to more STI models in the coming years, although the carmaker remains tight-lipped as to which models could get the full STI treatment. Until then, the S209 is likely the last hurrah for the current and aging WRX STI platform that's been around since 2014.

What does it compete with?

The S209's historical rival, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, was killed off in 2016. Without a perfect foil, the WRX STI and the STI S209 find themselves in uncharted waters. Impressive though the specs might be, the S209 is still underpinned by the STI that was redesigned back in 2014. Since then nearly every sports car of this size, configuration or price has undergone substantial redesigns.

While the standard WRX STI has to deal with the likes of the Volkswagen Golf R and the Honda Civic Type R, the S209 might be priced closer to an Audi RS 3 or a BMW M2. Both of those competitors offer serious performance and refinement along with the latest infotainment technology — something the S209 lacks.

How does it drive?

Among people who build race cars for a living, there's a saying along the lines of, "A race car should be easier to drive than a road car. And if it isn't, you're doing something wrong." Well, STI does exactly that. Aside from developing sportier parts for various Subarus, it also designs and builds Subarus to compete in a variety of racing events around the world. Among those events, perhaps the most notable is the famed Nürburgring 24 Hours, which is known for the grueling demands the race puts on cars and drivers alike. And this year marked the sixth in a row that an STI-built Subaru has won its class.

What does that have to do with the S209? Well, a lot. For starters, some of the same engineers responsible for the ongoing development of that race car were involved in the chassis and suspension upgrades present in the S209. Parts such as a flexible front strut tower bar (stiffens under cornering forces and relaxes under straight-line forces such as acceleration and braking), subframe bracing, and front and rear draw-stiffeners are all features culled directly from their Nürburgring experiences. STI even redesigned various suspension bushings and mounts to allow for less delay between the moment you turn the steering wheel and the moment the car responds.

More common modifications such as stiffer springs and specially tuned Bilstein dampers were swapped in, along with special brake pads with a higher heat tolerance, making them less likely to fade while on a racetrack or a good mountain road. Even the tire supplier, Dunlop, designed a special tire (SP Sport Maxx GT600A) to fit over special 19-inch BBS wheels.

The result is astonishing. The somewhat primitive and wild WRX STI has been significantly refined and improved in nearly every performance metric. The ride is undeniably stiff, but the S209 somehow manages not to crash and bang over moderate bumps. During moderately aggressive driving, the body remains taut and flat while still providing ample feedback to the driver. The steering has excellent feel just off-center, and the weighting imparts confidence without being needlessly heavy. Steering response, something STI sought to improve from the start, is nearly instantaneous yet avoids feeling darty or nervous. All of those countless hours at the Nürburgring really did pay off.

Power is up as well, but its delivery doesn't shine in the same way the handling does. This car is still very much a WRX STI, and the aging 2.5-liter flat four-cylinder still lacks motivation below 3,000 rpm. The new, larger HKS turbo and expanse of engine tuning have made for a smoother swell of power across a larger rpm range. But if you get caught in a gear too high, you'll quickly find yourself scrambling to downshift.

Speaking of finding gears, the ratios in the gearbox are now selected via a short shift kit unique to the S209. While shift effort remains fairly light, engagement was still very notchy. The shift gate also proved a bit narrow, and multiple drivers — including ourselves — experienced mis-shifts. An owner might be able to adapt to the narrow spacing, but the patience it takes to find the correct gear almost negates the use of the short shift kit.

Subaru insisted we sample the S209 on a racetrack as well, and we came away convinced that, aside from the shifter, it's one of the best cars in which to learn a new track. The car is terrifically stable, allowing for corrections to be made midway through corners that would otherwise spin you around in another car. But there's still a good deal of nimbleness in the S209. The car moves when and where you want it to, and the all-wheel-drive system has been tweaked for better and more aggressive apportioning of power.

Returning to the mantra of race cars being easier to drive than road cars, if the standard WRX STI is a road car, the S209 is a race car. Color us deeply impressed.

What's the interior like?

If you have any familiarity with the WRX and WRX STI, and it's likely you do since this generation has been around since 2014, the S209 isn't particularly different. Standing out is the grippy faux suede-wrapped steering wheel and the strip of dark red trim that runs the width of the dashboard. There's a numbered build plate just aft of the shift lever as well as the S209 nomenclature just above the glovebox.

The S209 logo also appears on the Recaro sport seats (the driver gets eight-way power adjustability while the passenger stays fully manual) as well as on the doorsill. Both front and rear seats are covered in black and gray leather and faux suede upholstery with contrasting silver stitching. The front seats, though impressive-looking, don't offer quite the support, especially across the seat bottoms.

Dating the S209 is Subaru's last-generation 7-inch infotainment touchscreen. While no one interested in the S209 will likely care, the screen is a reminder of just how quickly technology can look out-of-date. Thankfully, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as are two fast-charging USB ports for front seat passengers.

Surprising was the lack of excessive road and exhaust noise inside the S209. Of course the specially developed Dunlop tires can get a bit loud on rougher surfaces, but the noise was far from overpowering. And for all its flashy hand-polished appearance, the exhaust didn't drone at sustained highway speeds.

How practical is it?

The S209 is still an Impreza despite its performance improvements and boy-racer body kit. There's seating for five, and thanks to the standard Impreza's tall greenhouse, all passengers have ample headroom and shoulder room. Not counting the rather large wing on the trunklid, visibility is quite good — especially out the front.

That large adjustable rear wing makes the trunk even heavier to open, but the space underneath looks remarkably similar to a standard WRX. There is a bright pink chassis brace (an official STI color) in the cargo area, but it is tucked up against the bottom of the parcel shelf and shouldn't get in the way of luggage, groceries, or a set of track wheels and tires.

What else should I know?

Subaru says the aero accoutrements are functional. From the increased cooling in the front of the car to the canards near the front tires to the actual working fender vents, all the styling offers real-world benefits. Even that rear wing makes a bit of actual downforce. It's only 42 pounds at 75 mph, but it's something.

And those paddles on the back of the steering wheel? They allow for water to be sprayed directly onto the intercooler to cool the air going into the engine on warmer days. We didn't notice a difference, but it's a nod to previous S models, and we like that little bit of manual control.

For a major automaker, the S209 is a very, very limited production run. At just 209 cars, most will undoubtedly be sold the moment they hit dealer lots.

Edmunds says

Bringing the 2019 Subaru STI S209 to the U.S. is a curious move by Subaru. While it is no doubt the best iteration of the long-running WRX STI, its limited production numbers, and likely high price, make it something only for the most die-hard Subaru enthusiasts. Still, it's a glimpse inside the racing brains of STI to see just how focused and how good a Subaru performance car can be.

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FAQ

Is the Subaru STI S209 a good car?

The Edmunds experts tested the 2019 STI S209 both on the road and at the track. You probably care about Subaru STI S209 fuel economy, so it's important to know that the STI S209 gets an EPA-estimated 17 mpg. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the STI S209 has 11.8 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a Subaru STI S209. Learn more

Is the Subaru STI S209 reliable?

To determine whether the Subaru STI S209 is reliable, read Edmunds' authentic consumer reviews, which come from real owners and reveal what it's like to live with the STI S209. Look for specific complaints that keep popping up in the reviews, and be sure to compare the STI S209's average consumer rating to that of competing vehicles. Learn more

Is the 2019 Subaru STI S209 a good car?

There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2019 Subaru STI S209 is a good car. Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2019 STI S209 is a good car for you. Check back soon for the official Edmunds Rating from our expert testing team Learn more

How much should I pay for a 2019 Subaru STI S209?

The least-expensive 2019 Subaru STI S209 is the 2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $63,995.

Other versions include:

  • 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M) which starts at $63,995
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What are the different models of Subaru STI S209?

If you're interested in the Subaru STI S209, the next question is, which STI S209 model is right for you? STI S209 variants include 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M). For a full list of STI S209 models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

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Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 Overview

The Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 is offered in the following submodels: STI S209 Sedan. Available styles include 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M). The Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 comes with all wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 6-speed manual. The Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 comes with a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. basic warranty, a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. powertrain warranty.

What do people think of the 2019 Subaru STI S209?

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What's a good price for a New Used 2019 Subaru STI S209?

Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

The Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $64,880. The average price paid for a new Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M) is trending $11,070 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $11,070 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $53,810.

The average savings for the Used 2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M) is 17.1% below the MSRP.

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What is the MPG of a 2019 Subaru STI S209?

2019 Subaru STI S209 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M), 6-speed manual, premium unleaded (required)
17 compined MPG,
15 city MPG/21 highway MPG

EPA Est. MPG17
Transmission6-speed manual
Drive Trainall wheel drive
Displacement2.5 L
Passenger Volume108.4 cu.ft.
Wheelbase104.3 in.
Length181.9 in.
WidthN/A
Height58.1 in.
Curb Weight3485 lbs.

Should I lease or buy a 2019 Subaru STI S209?

Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.

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