Subaru is a brand synonymous with luxury and reliability, and its newest car, the Subaru WRX, is no exception.
The WRX is the second-most popular car in America, behind only the Toyota Camry, and is also the most expensive car in the US, with a starting price of $51,092.
Its popularity has only grown since its introduction, as Subaru has continued to make it easier to buy and maintain, and with the introduction of the 2017 WRX and 2018 WRX STI, Subaru has also become one of the most reliable brands in the United States.
But the WRX’s reliability has not been enough to keep up with its popularity.
As the US auto industry has become increasingly competitive, Subaru’s reputation as an affordable, reliable and easy-to-own car has declined in the market.
But Subaru’s brand image is not completely lost, and the company’s newest WRX hatchback, the WRT STI , could offer Subaru a new way to keep its brand and appeal strong in the American market.
It could also offer Subaru something new to help keep its name and brand brand image alive.
But before we get into the details of the new WRT, let’s talk about what makes the WRx so special.
The most important features and specifications of the Subaru STI WRX: The most common model for the US: The 2017 WRT-STI, also known as the WRTS, has been released in the UK and Australia.
The 2017 model is the first WRTS model to be available in the country since the WRG WRT hatchback was released in 2006.
The new WRTS is built on the Subaru Impreza platform, and has a powertrain that is based on the same platform as the Imprezas that Subaru sold in Europe.
The Impreizas powertrain includes a twin-turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces about 325 hp and 347 lb-ft of torque.
This is an engine that is not found in any other Subaru.
The engine also features a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The car has an EPA-estimated range of 21 miles on a full tank of gas.
It also comes with a 16-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and features a rear view camera, Bluetooth, and a 9-speaker audio system with Dolby Atmos.
The 2018 WRTS also has the same powertrain as the 2017 model, but is equipped with an improved engine and a revised suspension.
The 2016 WRTS STI was the first Subaru hatchback to feature a 7-speed manual transmission, which was replaced by the 2016 WRT model.
The 2015 WRTS StI was also the first model to have a 7 speed manual transmission.
Other features: Subaru has included a redesigned steering wheel and a redesigned instrument cluster.
Subaru’s infotactics system is also a lot better than previous models, with more information and information in one place.
A new design for the instrument cluster in the 2017 Subaru WRTS has a larger “taptic” effect that helps users focus on information, rather than having to scroll down to get to important information.
The redesigned instrument panel in the WRTs new STI is also much more comfortable to look at, and offers more information.
Subaru is also giving the car its own navigation system, which is different than the navigation in the Imports model.
Another change that makes the 2018 WRT so special is the inclusion of an optional stereo system with a 3.5-inch TFT display, which includes digital information, audio, and weather.
This system, called the “Satellite Radio”, comes with audio and navigation information, but no navigation information.
It can also be used for emergency assistance, and can be activated via Bluetooth and can even be set to be turned on for your convenience.
Subaru has updated the STI with the 2017 Imprezza platform, with some of the changes that have been made since the Impeza platform debuted in 2008.
New to the 2017 STI are: Automatic transmission, with two automatic transmissions available.
The automatic transmission is the most common transmission in the U.S. and can shift gears by hand.
Subaru offers a two-speed transmission with a torque converter.
The torque converter lets the transmission perform the manual shift without using the clutch.
It is also quieter than a manual transmission because it uses a different mechanical process.
The STI uses the Subaru Electronic Control Module (SCM) for driver input, and uses the same electronics that are found in the Subaru Legacy and Legacy WRX.
This includes the Subaru Adaptive Cruise Control, Adaptive All-Wheel Drive, Brake Assist, Active Brake Control, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, and Brake Lights.
It has Bluetooth, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, lane keeping assist, and rear cross traffic alert.
This year, Subaru added a new feature called the Remote Start Assist to