2016 Subaru WRX
26,189 Miles
$31,319

Puyallup, WA
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2015 Subaru WRX
30,120 Miles
$33,444

Puyallup, WA
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2016 Subaru WRX
13,713 Miles
$25,983

Puyallup, WA
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2017 Subaru WRX
12,598 Miles
$26,992

Newton, NJ
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2015 Subaru WRX
37,616 Miles
$32,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Subaru WRX
34,467 Miles
$29,349

Loveland, CO
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2015 Subaru WRX
33,281 Miles
$25,995

Lake Forest, CA
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2015 Subaru WRX
20,677 Miles
$30,841

Bedford, TX
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2017 Subaru WRX
5,536 Miles
$34,776

Schaumburg, IL
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2017 Subaru WRX
1,574 Miles
$29,495

Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
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2015 Subaru WRX
24,519 Miles
$33,299

Anchorage, AK
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2017 Subaru WRX
14,952 Miles
$26,999

Great Falls, MT
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2017 Subaru WRX
2,477 Miles
$38,488

Seattle, WA
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2015 Subaru WRX
19,848 Miles
$33,499

Anchorage, AK
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2015 Subaru WRX
20,614 Miles
$30,895

Everett, WA
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2015 Subaru WRX
17,613 Miles
$33,991

Denver, CO
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2015 Subaru WRX
36,861 Miles
$25,490

Boulder, CO
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2016 Subaru WRX
18,983 Miles
$31,993

Boulder, CO
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2015 Subaru WRX
25,982 Miles
$32,570

Colorado Springs, CO
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2017 Subaru WRX
6,575 Miles
$26,999

Colorado Springs, CO
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Subaru WRX Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.8
27 Reviews
Overall
4.8
Value
4.6
Performance
4.6
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.2
Reliability
4.3

Subaru WRX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Subaru WRX - WRX

Scott
Loveland, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have been the owner of 2015 WRX for 4 months now. It is a great car! This car has tons of power on demand. It is also fuel efficient too. I normally get around 30 MPG combined while driving. It is a sedan so there is ample room to fit 4 people comfortably. The stereo system is very good too and has a great interior.
Story
By my house there is a section of road that has 4 really tight corners. After a long day at work it is fun to unwind through this section. The car has great response and feels amazing to grip the corners through this section.
Pros
The positives of this vehicle is the power. With a 2.0 Liter turbo and over 250 hp, this car is very quick. The turbo is smart too. The way it is designed is to give you power when you need it and preserve gas when power is not needed. The exterior of this car is very stylish and gets plenty of looks. The pearl white paint job looks amazing and receives lots of compliments. The seats have a nice bolster to them and holds you nicely during tight cornering. The steering is very responsive and you feel well connected to the road.
Cons
The ride height in the front is very low. Be prepared to scrape the front bumper on any sort of dip or bump. Also, the speakers are good, but the interface on voice commands is lacking. It is nearly impossible to call the right person by voice command.

2011 Subaru WRX - Overall Great Car With A Few Drawbacks This Generation

TC
Oak Hills Place, Louisiana
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Overall, I love this car. It was my second Subaru. I'm on my third now. I've had this car since new in 2011 and have put over 80,000 miles on it with minimal problems. I had it pretty heavily modified once it hit 20,000 miles with a full turbo back exhaust, intake, better boost control system, and a custom tune. I do all of my maintenance myself and have changed the brakes, oil, transmission and differential fluid, brake fluid, and clutch fluid. This car is fast and fun to drive. I have even taken it to the track a few times with absolutely no issues. The only problem I have had was with the clutch which seemed to be a pretty big problem this generation. Long story short, a bunch of parts were replaced under warranty and an aftermarket clutch kit was installed. The pedal still feels we... (more)
Story
I loved the few times I brought it to the track. Drag strip once. Road course twice. And an autocross. The handling isn't the greatest, but the speed and grip make up for it. Just throw it into a corner and floor it. Fun times.
Pros
- Reliability. Like most Japanese cars, Subaru is known to be reliable. Even the turbocharged WRX's will last over 200,000 miles. - Fast. The 265 horsepower engine will get you from Point A to Point B quick. - All Wheel Drive. Almost every Subaru since th
Cons
- Clutch. Like I said I was having clutch problems shortly after I got the car. Everything seemed to work properly, but it just felt "grindy" pushing in the pedal. They replaced multiple parts. Twice. Then I finally just got them to install an aftermarket

2008 Subaru WRX - A reliable and engaging daily driver.

Thomas
Framingham, Massachusetts
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I live in a climate where snow, ice, and rain are frequent during the majority of the year, so having a reliable AWD vehicle is critical. Subaru's have phenomenal AWD and safety features. I own the hatch version with roof racks, meaning that there is ample space for my work gear, weekend adventures, and the rear seats are plenty spacious enough for two grown adults. The WRX is also sporty and quick, offering the perfect blend of practical and fun. Since I enjoy working on cars myself, I appreciate that Subaru's are easy to work on, and the parts are readily available. The car has always operated reliably for the 110,000 miles I've put on it. Furthermore, the car culture surrounding Subaru's and the inter-driver culture between WRX/STi owners is a lot of fun. This car is quite an upgrad... (more)
Story
We live in an area with beautiful mountains and enjoy going on camping trips with this vehicle. It's lots of fun on curvy mountain roads and still practical enough to get us down a long dirt road to a remote campsite.
Pros
The Subaru WRX is a light, turbocharged car with great handling, making it practical for work and long weekends or road trips while still being great fun to drive. It is also reliable and easy to work on.
Cons
The paint quality is not good, so it chips easily, and the clear coat is peeling in one place as a result of a scratch. In addition, the interior is a black fabric that is surprisingly difficult to clean. Part of my job takes me to areas with dirt roads, and that light-colored dirt is impossible to remove from my seats and carpeting. Given the age of the car (nine years old), it doesn't have some of the modern safety and convenience features that one might expect from a car of its quality and price. The WRX has held its value well, making it difficult for a new owner to buy in.

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