2013Subaru Impreza WRX

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#1: Aaron Wenthold's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

2013 Base STi Sedan Purchased May 2013. Was supposed to be my daily but quickly turned into a project car. Currently rebuilding the engine after ringlands...

#3: Ben Wells's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

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#4: Jeff Bowman's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

Beginning: Up until about a year ago, the only cars I had had were Hondas/Acuras, having owned an Acura Integra, a Honda Civic, and 2 Honda Preludes. In...

#5: Bryan Kodama's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

Bought this beauty early February of 2013. I really wanted to find the Plasma Blue as it was my favorite color. Went to seven dealerships and finally on...

#6: Rob Souza's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

2013 Subaru GHB EJ255 Weight 3400 lbs HP 278.1 @5500 RPM HP @Crank 335 TQ 315.8 @3750 RPM TQ @Crank 379   Powertrain Mods:  Cobb-Tuning Accessport-V3 Cobb...

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#8: Ken Lo's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

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#9: Kirill Volkov's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

Bought her new in April 2013. Trying to build functional AutoX/DD car. 

#10: Whip Lash's 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

I remember seeing the first STi come to North American in 2004. It was the background on my computer - it was my dream car. 8 years later I sold my 2000...

About the 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX

2013 had high hopes for the Subaru Impreza WRX, with many fans and critics expecting a brand new car, something based on redesigns that took place in 2012 for much of the Subaru family. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case as the 2013 Impreza WRX returns to the market without any changes. So while the 2013 Impreza WRX might not be new, it is still a solid car, one that offers performance that still puts its competition in the dust. With 265 horsepower and a chassis that is as balanced as it is tuned, the WRX’s handling can take you through tight track turns and the endless curves of steep mountain roads. Take into consideration the stellar traction that comes with the car’s AWD, this car makes you ready to seriously handle anything. Turbo? Of course. By choosing the WRX STI your horsepower performance moves up from 265 to 305. With the front and rear limited-slip differentials, you are prepped total domination on the pavement. Performance is the number one reason why drivers choose the 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX. Actually, it’s really the only reason they choose it. While other cars offer a more balanced design, the Impreza WRX has a one-track mind, which means outside of performance it comes up short against competent. Inside the car, drivers instantly recognize a lack of attention to the interior, the hard plastic and overall appearance lack style and design. Reaching for the stereo system? Drivers vent that its performance is lackluster and that the controls are confusing. The same story plays out for the navigation system. Surprisingly, competition like the 2013 Ford Focus and the 2013 Volkswagen GTI beat out Subaru on all of the interior features, while also boasting stellar performances - not quite to the level of the WRX, but enjoyable to drive nonetheless. It seems very likely that Subaru will release its improvements and updates for the WRX next year, which makes 2013 likely the last time these issues will be present in the car (fingers crossed). When looking at options, the 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX offers two body options, sedan or the five-door hatchback model. Three trim levels are also available for each body option. Some of the standard features on the WRX include 17” alloy wheels, 60/40 split-folding seats in back, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with tilt and telescope options, and a Bluetooth and iPod ready six-speaker audio system. Choosing the Premium trim level for this car means you get the addition of features like fog lights, a sunroof, and heated front seats. Limited trims upgrade the interior by adding leather. When it comes to safety, the 2013 WRX received 4/5 stars in overall, frontal impact, and side impact government tests. The “Good” rating given to the car by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is the highest one possible, testing the car in frontal-offset, side-impact, and roof strength situations. Overall, the 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX is a solid car for those drivers who are interested in performance. While it lacks in interior, many Subaru fans overlook it, not willing to budge an inch on performance. Drivers also note that while the interior might not look as fancy as others, it is well-designed, offering a spacious cabin (lots of legroom and head room) and plenty of space for cargo.

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