2015 Subaru WRX Features and Specs Announced


2015 Subaru WRX Details:

2.0L turbo Boxer engine makes 268hp and 258To the 2014 model year, hardly any changes were made to the Subaru WRX, except for a cost increase. A similar can’t be said to the 2015 WRX, which receives many new and exciting features mainly because it makes its world debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.

A few of the more notable changes include performance upgrades, such as a new 2.0Ldirect-injection turbo Boxer engine effective at producing 268hp at 5,600rpm and 258 lb-ft of torque at 2,000-5,200rpm. Apart from squeezing more ponies out of your engine, Subaru also added the first six-speed manual transmission and a new (optional) performance automatic transmission, the Sport Lineartronic CVT with two manual modes towards the WRX.

2015 subaru WRX interior view

2015 subaru WRX interior

2015 subaru WRX front

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2015 subaru WRX side view

2015 subaru WRX tires

The standard AWD system remains, and for 2015 a new torque-vectoring system has become implemented, which is designed to reduce understeer. Additionally, the chassis is stiffer, the brakes are larger, and due to the new powertrain, the 2015 model is a lot more fuel-efficient than its predecessor – the best of all worlds.

The interior is not merely roomier compared to previous year’s model, but for the first time ever, a premium sound system is offered for that WRX, together with navigation, heated seats, and standard automatic climate control.

The four-door sedan’s rear fenders and doors are also unique on the 2015 WRX and its widebody stance. The headlights were given a narrower look along with the hood scoop is set more deeply in to the hood. Every one of these changes create aThe new 2015 Subaru WRX is a huge improvement from the 2014 model, although with new upgrades a higher sticker price is usually attached. Although pricing has not yet yet been announced, one could only hope the price stays close to that of the base 2014 WRX, which starts at $26,790 with destination fee. Expect official pricing announced within the next few months.