Subaru has recently announced the official starting price of the fourth WRX generation, which will go on sale in Australia soon, from 38,990 AUD, which actually makes it the cheapest WRX ever.
The 2015 Subaru WRX will become available to its future Australian customers in a choice of two grades and with two transmission options. The cheapest version of the model will set you back for 38,990 AUD, while premium models will cost an extra 5,000 AUD. If you can’t live without a CVT (continuously variable transmission), than you should know that adding this to your WRX will make the price 2,000 AUD higher.
Standard features found on the entry-level model include the rearview camera, the seven airbags, the sports front seats with red stitching, the cruise control, USB, 3.5-inch color LCD, Bluetooth, 17-inch alloy wheels and much more. Add the more expensive version and this will come with the 8-speaker Harman Kardon sound system with a subwoofer, sunroof, leather trim, automatic headlights and wipers, sat-nav, push-button start and others. Power is being provided by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine, which is rated at 197 kW, at 5,600 rpm and 350 Nm of torque, available between 2,400 and 5,200 rpm.