Subaru WRX at Tint Magic Window Tint
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Something about Subaru WRX:
All hopped up with a hood scoop, flared fenders, and a hot-rod engine under the hood, the WRX is an Impreza on steroids. Available only as a sedan, a 268-hp turbo 2.0-liter four and a six-speed manual are standard, as is all-wheel drive. A CVT is optional, but of course the manual is more fun to drive despite its wide ratios. With crisp steering and a quick turn-in, the WRX carves up corners like the rally-inspired beast it is, but the ride is unforgiving over all but the smoothest roads.
A machine that takes a licking but keeps on ticking is deeply endearing. Just ask anyone who wears a Timex. But that’s not the only reason we’re charmed by the new WRX. Subaru has made its latest version into a handler, and that’s this generation’s big leap forward. Previously, the WRX left dynamic finesse to the pricier STI version. But compared with the old WRX, the new car’s structure is 41 percent stiffer for better handling fidelity, and the spring rates have been cranked up by 39 percent at the front and 62 percent in the rear to further sharpen up things. There are also larger anti-roll bars and firmer bushings, and the aluminum lower control arms of the strut front suspension are unique to the WRX. Sticky Dunlop Sport Maxx RT summer tires are standard.
To help keep the WRX stable in limit-cornering situations, the Active Torque Vectoring (ATV) system uses the front brakes to momentarily clamp one wheel, which helps steer the car through a corner. On the skidpad, our WRX test car clung fast at 0.95 g.