If you happen to be seeking for cheap pace and standard all-wheel drive, the redesigned-for-2015 Subaru WRX is still your go-to — but as you go, make confident you do so with the 6-velocity guide. Automobiles.com reviewer Kelsey Mays lamented how the newly optional constantly variable automatic transmission tamed the sedan as well significantly in efficiency mode, and it genuinely only gnashed its teeth in the performance-minded Sport Sharp setting. The WRX has its disadvantages as a everyday driver, but for less than $ 27,000, such as a location fee, you’;d be tough-pressed to locate greater performance for the cost.
2015 Subaru WRX Specialist Review
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