The Subaru WRX is well-known around the Durham area for being a powerful rally car that delivers a thrilling driving experience and the 2018 WRX has raised the bar once again.

The WRX is born from Subaru's race team and has a rich history of high-powered performance. But what do WRX and STI stand for? WRX stands for World Rally eXperimental and STI means for Subaru Tecnica international and the 2018 WRX and STI certainly deliver a high level of performance. There are, however, some differences between the WRX and WRX STI models.

The WRX is powered by a 268-hp turbocharged BOXER engine with 6-speed manual transmission and features a track-tuned suspension and Vehicle Dynamics Control with Active Torque Vectoring. The WRX Premium and Limited are available with Sport Lineartronic® transmission. The WRX STI utilized a more powerful BOXER engine, a 305 horsepower turbocharged BOXER engine. The STI has a number of exclusive features for high-powered performance. Like Six-piston Brembo® high-performance braking system, Recaro® performance seating, and a special Symmetrical AWD with Driver Controlled Center Differential.

Only from the driver's seat can you really experience everything the 2018 WRX and WRX STI have to offer. So make your way down to Johnson Subaru of Cary today and get behind the wheel. We are just a short drive from Raleigh and have a great selection of new 2018 WRX models to choose from.

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