This is a great place to start since it is the most powerful engine ever fitted to a WRX.
There are 271 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque coming from the flat-4 turbocharged 2.4-liter engine.
Also, the suspension receives a minor revamp, with new internal rebound springs on the front struts.
Rather than being mounted on the subframe, the rear stabilizer bar is now directly mounted on the body.
It had good feel, but was not too light or too heavy. The steering is electric-assisted, with a dual-pinion quick ratio system.
Because of the balance and minimal body roll, we were able to push harder and harder, and it was a great experience.
I was really impressed by the brakes on the car, which worked great, allowing it to feel stable and solid when coming to a stop from 60 in just 104 feet.
In terms of torque delivery, there are no big drops or hits; our best time for 14.7 miles at 98 mph was 14.6 seconds.
We averaged 23.8 miles-per-gallon of Premium with a 19-City, 26-Highway, and 22-Combined fuel economy rating.
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