2016 Subaru WRX
13,761 Miles
$25,650

Oceanside, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
30,116 Miles
$25,900

Oceanside, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
14,281 Miles
$27,350

Commerce, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
27,377 Miles
$21,950

Commerce, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
32,005 Miles
$25,998

Waukesha, WI
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2016 Subaru WRX
58,587 Miles
$29,998

Huntsville, AL
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2016 Subaru WRX
1,852 Miles
$30,998

Pleasanton, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
28,059 Miles
$23,998

Tucson, AZ
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2016 Subaru WRX
20,009 Miles
$32,998

Cleveland, OH
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2016 Subaru WRX
47,625 Miles
$23,599

East Haven, CT
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2016 Subaru WRX
26,835 Miles
$32,998

Beaverton, OR
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2016 Subaru WRX
44,543 Miles
$31,998

Santa Fe, NM
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2016 Subaru WRX
25,357 Miles
$24,998

Oklahoma City, OK
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2016 Subaru WRX
53,964 Miles
$29,998

Littleton, CO
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2016 Subaru WRX
28,309 Miles
$26,998

Madison, TN
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2016 Subaru WRX
61,879 Miles
$23,599

Fremont, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
10,309 Miles
$34,998

San Antonio, TX
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2016 Subaru WRX
21,260 Miles
$27,998

Irvine, CA
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2016 Subaru WRX
16,427 Miles
$25,998

Orlando, FL
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2016 Subaru WRX
15,920 Miles
$25,998

South Portland, ME
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2016 Subaru WRX Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.5

2016 Subaru WRX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Subaru WRX - Too much fun

T. Inglebert
Costa Mesa, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I wanted a fun, sporty, but reliable and still professional looking vehicle to commute to work in. The WRX is absolutely gorgeous to look at, and is recognizable everywhere. Subaru itself makes great cars. After owning my first Subaru, I don't think I'd ever want to give it up. It feels like a mini family. Other WRX drivers nod or wave to me, and it makes it feel like more of a community than just a brand name. I also know that anyone who owns a WRX, at least in a manual, is usually somewhat knowledgeable about cars. The WRX is built phenomenally from the ground up. It has enough horsepower to make you happy as a commuter but not feel like you are compensating for your mid-life crisis. It is a definite gain over the cute but not-worth-the-money BRZ. The inside is simple but still has a... (more)
Story
Teaching my friend to drive the manual was fun. Watching her go from completely frustrated and stalling every five minutes to having a complete blast was a good feeling.
Pros
Appearance, available in manual, modern, fun to drive, high safety rating, and all-wheel drive.
Cons
A bit pricey and fuel economy is average, not amazing (depending on how you drive).

2016 Subaru WRX - Stable and reliable.

WRX Owner
Wrightstown, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The Subaru WRX is a great all-weather vehicle. It's weight keeps it planted, however it is still a fast car with its 4 cylinder turbo charged engine. During the winter, the car has a reputation for being unstoppable in the snow and I have experienced the same. It's all wheel drive system is key to this, and also helps stabilize the car in the rain. The heated seats are toasty in the winter, and the first car I've owned that's had them.
Story
This is the first car I've owned that is turbo charged. The first time the turbo kicked in, I wasn't ready. Threw me back in my seat and made me realize I'd have to learn this new curve before I got into heavy traffic!
Pros
Turbo charged engine, fast car for modest price. Subaru's AWD system is very far advanced and arguably the best AWD platform currently being sold. Subaru also has a high safety rating, which is another reason why I chose the vehicle. It's also a 4 door sedan and can fit 5 comfortably. Every model but the base comes with a sunroof, which for me was another added bonus. One of the major complaints with previous generation WRXs has been interior rattles. I am happy to report I have experienced no interior noises while driving. The view is good, with no major blind spots to report.
Cons
Unlike other Subaru models, some even cheaper than the WRX, the WRX does not come with Subaru's Eyesight Driver Assist Technology, or some of the other driving technology that is in the Legacy or Impreza including lane detection. This would have been nice for a car that is turbo charged and assumed to be driven a little fast. While the car has heated seats, after a winter or two I am really wishing the vehicle was equipped with a heated steering wheel.

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