A brand-new WRX sedan is coming out through Subaru with their new WRX STI variant coming through for the benefit of enthusiasts. Subaru is going vintage with the 2006 callback to the “Tuner Ready” line. It’s a brand-new version that gives off a new style in the aesthetic that it offers.
Last time there was a WRX TR car, the model had been bare-boned and specific for buyers who were interested in customizing the car for however they want it to be shown in the aftermarket. Of course, it’s also loaded with a good stereo, that also comes equipped with normal seats.
But that’s not what consumers want these days.
The average consumer is looking for more cheap options, such as the 2006 WRX TR. It in itself, has Brembo brakes that come through from behind the new set of wheels.
When noticing the price range, the 2023 WRX begins at about $31,625 while ranging over to a good GT trim starting at $44,415. This all occurred during the October 7th reveal at Subaru’s very own annual Subiefest event in Daytona Beach, Florida.
The 2024 Subaru WRX TR comes through with an impressive history.
Well-known as a four-door sedan, the WRX is well engineered, thanks to a 271-horsepower with a turbocharged flat-four engine. All while it uses a six-speed manual and a CVAT or a continuously variable automatic transmission.
Of course, the CVT isn’t quite as easy to sell for loyal WRX folks. One quick way to speed up is to buy one of these specific Subarus as it speeds forth in about 60 miles per hour. Most competition is found in the Hyundai Elantra N and the Volkswagen GTI, all with a standard all-wheel drive.
Of course, the chassis gives off easy handling and can work well over the bumps instead of the usual problems with stiff driving.