Subaru unveiled the 2015 WRX and WRX STI not so long ago. Along with the official pics of the cars came the specifications. The only thing we were left wondering about was the price for the cars. Subaru has now announced the official MSRP prices for all versions of the WRX.
You have to add the mandatory $795 delivery fee to the MSRPs as well. The base WRX model will sell for $26,295. The WRX Premium with manual transmission will sell for $28,495 with the CVT version going for $29,695.
The WRX Limited will sell for $29,995 with a 6-speed manual or $31,995 with a CVT. The WRX STI base will sell for $34,495. The STI Launch Edition is limited to 1000 units and will sell for $37,395. The STI Limited will sell for $38,495.
There are only a few options packages for the cars. The Navigation +Audio pack will add $2000. The Nav, audio, and keyless access and start adds $2500. The nav system and keyless access and start only adds $1500.
The 2015 WRX has an all-new 2.0L 268hp turbo boxer engine and AWD. The STI uses a 305hp 2.5L Boxer engine. The special launch edition of the STI is available ion WR Blue Pearl with gold BBS wheels. Both cars have a number of standard features. 2015 is the first year for the normal WRX to get a 6-speed manual. The new CVT version of the WRX has two manual modes.
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