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  • 2018 Subaru WRX Premium in Silver
    22,757 miles
    11 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
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    $26,805

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  • 2018 Subaru WRX STI in Silver
    44,872 miles
    18 mi away
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    $31,999

    $3,469 Below Market
  • 2016 Subaru WRX STI Limited in Gray
    68,909 miles
    10 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
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    $24,995

    $2,305 Below Market
  • 2018 Subaru WRX STI in Dark Blue
    15,349 miles
    6 mi away
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    $35,777

    $2,124 Below Market
  • 2019 Subaru WRX Premium in Dark Blue
    8,178 miles
    17 mi away
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    $29,891

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  • 2019 Subaru WRX Limited in Dark Blue
    18,050 miles
    18 mi away
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    $30,999

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  • 2017 Subaru WRX  in Gray
    27,917 miles
    6 mi away
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    $26,777

    $995 Below Market
  • 2019 Subaru WRX  in Gray
    29,688 miles
    17 mi away
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    $25,395

    $1,130 Below Market
  • 2018 Subaru WRX STI in Silver
    17,873 miles
    20 mi away
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    $35,998

    $622 Below Market
  • 2019 Subaru WRX Limited in Gray
    28,218 miles
    6 mi away
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    $29,777

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  • 2020 Subaru WRX  in Gray
    7,794 miles
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  • 2019 Subaru WRX STI in Dark Blue
    9,302 miles
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  • 2019 Subaru WRX  in Dark Blue
    17,097 miles
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    $26,888

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  • 2019 Subaru WRX  in Silver
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    11,343 miles
    11 mi away
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    $27,999

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  • 2015 Subaru WRX STI in Black
    92,894 miles
    22 mi away
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    $23,298

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  • 2018 Subaru WRX Premium in White
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  • 2018 Subaru WRX Premium in Silver
    32,923 miles
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    $26,795

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2020 STI v 2018 WRX
Krish Bellamkonda,07/21/2020
As the title says, I traded in a 2018 WRX base for a 2020 STI base. 2018 WRX was a great car, with excellent driving dynamics, awesome value and more than enough power for tooling around town. I was averaging 30 mpg consistently with spirited driving giving me around 25 mpg on premium gas. Life was good, but given the 2020 STI might be the last of the kind, I decided to test drive it and see if I wanted an upgrade. I had concerns over the ride quality, clutch engagement and general refinement which was a tad below WRX due to an older powertrain dating back to 2004. But I came back very impressed on how well it drove, how engaging it was compared to 2018 WRX. Since I believe cars should be left the way they came from the factory(no aftermarket engine tuning), I decided to move to a STI. STI Strengths:- STIs drive very differently from the WRX. It is a much mature car at higher speeds and also the engine is free-r revving to redline. Although they look the same, the cars are entirely different from dynamics point of view. Also with the drivetrain's ability to switch between rear-bias to front-bias and drive modes(S,S#), the car handles like extremely well. The ride quality of 2020 is way improved over 2017 STI, but not as supple as WRX base trim(17 inch wheels).But suspension tuning and all the reviews about STI's ride harshness is exaggerated. If suspension is holding you back from STI, you should really test-drive the car. The car(STI) is much quieter with more quality materials than base WRX. Although with WRX and STI, quietness is not the forte of either. STIs offer very predictable handling and what I observe is that more you engage with the car, more you pay attention to the shift points and nuances of clutch engagement, it is way more rewarding than WRX. Also the WRX has very irritating lumpy power delivery where you get abrupt dropoffs when you rev hard. STI is way smoother and has much more linearity in the way power is delivered. Also, the clutch engagement point more sorted out than WRX although it is a tad harder. The shifter is much nicer with clear throws(with STI short shift kit). It is way shorter than WRX(with short shift kit). It feels more direct in terms of engagement and also, vibrations. With STI, my gas mileage is between 20-23 mpg. It has gone below 20 during the break-in period. So gas mileage is definitely not one of the strengths of this aging engine. But my goal was to become a better driver(more technical) and also take the vehicle to track in stock form at some point. STI is like 9/10s of a budget sports car which needs 9/10s of engagement from the driver to have fun, where WRX is like 6/10s of a budget sports car which needs 6/10s of engagement from the driver to have fun. Which brings us to WRX strengths. WRX Strengths:- Whereas WRX is a much more chuckable, agile car with predictable body roll/handling, STI is more of a heavier feeling car(hydraulic power steering) with little/no body roll and more precise handling and built for more serious, precise driving. WRX is lot more fun than STI in "chuckability' factor and puts a smile no matter how you drive it. The ease of driving WRX is something I miss with the STI. STI is meant for more track duty and this is where it is a bit of a letdown "around town". So STI is more technical than WRX. So if you deeply engage with the vehicle it is fun, Whereas WRX is fun no matter whether you deeply engage or merely engage. So for a daily driver, I would pick WRX over STI to put you in a better mood no matter how your day has been. Also it is easier to drive, when it comes to overall effort. I have a Corolla Hybrid which I use for daily drive, so I don't miss WRX as much. In addition, gas mileage for WRX (30 avg, 25 worst) is amazing for a car a that's as much fun as it is. Also, the turbo spooling and whine is something which is more audible and fun with WRX. In STI, it is replaced by rumble. I personally liked WRX turbo whine better. Also, WRX has better overall drivetrain vibration management than STI. STI shifter(being direct, not cable) has a constant vibration which exaggerates over bad roads. It is not a big deal, but it does irritate you, depending on how engaged you are. In short, if you don't want to be engaged at 9/10s, then WRX is a vehicle for you. Because STI does not tolerate relaxed driving as much as a WRX. So, in short WRX or STI are awesome choices for a 4 day near-sports car. For STI comparisons, I test drove Civic Type R and I didn't like the ergonomics nor lack of AWD. Golf Type R is very boring. For WRX comparisons, I test drove Civic Si, VW GTI and it didn't compare to WRX fun. Previously, I have owned 2008 & 2013 BMW 328i manual, 2017 Audi A4 Quattro(with auto-bad mistake for my driving style), 2007 Honda Civic Si sedan and the WRX and STI made me a believer in Subaru brand for the type of driver I am (semi-sporty 4 door compact manual car enthusiast). Save the manuals!
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