BRZ Drops In Price
Apr29

BRZ Drops In Price

Subaru takes advantage of shifts in the currency markets to drop the price of their BRZ.

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Price Down, Power Up For Subaru WRX STI
Aug25

Price Down, Power Up For Subaru WRX STI

The Subaru WRX STI gets a price cut and an optional power upgrade to tempt buyers into showrooms for the ’62-plate.

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Subaru Upgrades Impreza STI For Free
Apr07

Subaru Upgrades Impreza STI For Free

Who says you can’t get something for nothing? In a very generous move Subaru have decided to give their Impreza STI more engine power and also bung in a free sat nav system at no extra cost. The upgrade increases power from the 2.5-litre turbocharged Boxer engine by 20PS, which means that the Impreza STI is now pushing out 320PS at 6,000rpm (315bhp for imperial fans). Torque is up too, from 407 Nm at 4,000rpm to 450Nm at...

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Cossie Returns With Subaru Impreza STI CS400
May30

Cossie Returns With Subaru Impreza STI CS400

The current king of the hot hatch scene (at least in performance terms) is the Ford Focus RS500, the 345bhp limited edition of Ford’s hot hatch that sold out before it even went on sale. That looks set to change because when the Subaru Impreza STI CS400 hits the streets it will be even more powerful and offer significantly more performance. Before we talk performance stats it’s worth pointing out that this is no ordinary...

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Subaru WRX STi Carbon Just Doesn’t Make Sense
Oct07

Subaru WRX STi Carbon Just Doesn’t Make Sense

At first glance the Subaru WRX STi Carbon limited edition looks like an attempt to sharpen up the STi’s handling and performance by stripping out some unnecessary weight. The obvious clue to this is the new carbon fibre roof, a popular trick in performance cars that helps to lower the centre of gravity and improve handling. The next improvement that Subaru have made is to fit a five-speed automatic transmisison that … Hang...

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Subaru Axes Impreza WRX
Oct03

Subaru Axes Impreza WRX

In a move that might alarm hot hatch fans, Subaru have decided to axe it’s slow-selling Impreza WRX. However, it’s not quite as bad as it seems. It turns out that this is part of a move by Subaru to refocus it’s range on it’s best cars, and the Impreza WRX has had a series of lukewarm reviews and very little interest in the showroom. Instead, Subaru are going to concentrate on selling the quicker and more...

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