The 2018 Subaru WRX is a high-performance sedan that's available in five sporty models. Under the hood, this versatile car offers the two BOXER engines and the standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. A Michigan 2018 Subaru WRX review includes information on the EyeSight Driver Assist technology, STARLINK infotainment system and Harman Kardon audio system.


The Rearco front seats in the Subaru WRX include side bolsters and tall headrests for the ultimate comfort during high-speed drives. An eight-way power driver's seat also provides good ergonomics for extended trips. A Michigan 2018 Subaru WRX review covers all of the high-tech amenities that are available in select models. The 7-inch STARLINK infotainment system with navigation is installed in the Limited and STI Limited. Both of these trims are equipped with the nine-speaker Harman Kardon sound system that plays music on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Pandora, Stitcher and other premium radio channels. Customers who read a 2018 WRX review will also find out that the vehicle supports Siri Eyes Free and wireless Bluetooth.


The Subaru WRX has a distinct trunk spoiler that's inspired by racing cars. This aggressive model is also fitted with front and rear underspoilers that reduce aerodynamic lift and drag. Installed in the rear bumper, a diffuser highlights the car's sporty character. Covered in stainless steel, the quad exhaust system is surely designed for sporty performance on the highway. A Michigan 2018 Subaru WRX review provides information on the vehicle's All-Weather Package that includes heated side mirrors and a de-icing function for the front windshield wiper. Installed in the Limited and above trims, the LED Steering Responsive Headlights (SRH) offer reliable illumination of curved or sloped roads.


The 2018 WRX rolls on the signature Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive that maximizes traction on multiple surfaces. Paired with the 2.0 L engine, the Continuous AWD further enhances handling on slippery or rough roads. The Premium and Limited offer the Variable Torque Distribution AWD that's optimized for off-road driving. Standard in the STI and STI Limited trims, the Driver Controlled Center Differential (DCCD) AWD is engineered for responsive handling on any track. This sophisticated AWD includes a helical-shaped limited-slip differential and the Torsen rear differential. Glassman Subaru will inform customers that the Active Torque Vectoring technology is standard in every WRX model. This Michigan Subaru dealer can also explain the benefits of the Vehicle Dynamics Control, which has sensors that analyze the yaw rate, g-forces and other parameters. The Traction Control System works in sync with the VDC to prevent skidding or slipping. With some help from the Brake Assist and Brake Override System, you should easily bring this Subaru to a smooth stop on a wet pavement. Installed in the STI and STI Limited, the Brembo brakes provide even better performance in inclement weather. These premium models also come with a quick-ratio power-assisted steering system and a sport-tuned suspension system.


The 2018 Subaru WRX base, Premium and Limited models are equipped with the 2.0 L BOXER engine that's capable of generating up to 268 horsepower at 5,600 RPM and 258 pound-feet of torque at only 2,000 RPM. The STI and STI Limited are powered by the 2.5 L BOXER engine that whips out a maximum of 305 hp at 6,000 RPM and 290 lb-ft of torque when the tachometer reaches 4,000 RPM. Both of these turbocharged engines have four cylinders in horizontally opposed configurations. The Dual Active Valve Control System handles the intake and exhaust strokes during combustion. A 2018 WRX review includes information on the fully synchronized manual transmission system that has six gear speeds. This traditional transmission is paired with the 2.0 L engine. The 2.5 L engine works in sync with a six-speed manual transmission system that has a close-ratio design. Available only in the Premium and Limited models, the Sport Lineartronic transmission system offers eight gear speeds and the Auto Vehicle Hold. Glassman Subaru will mention that each transmission includes the Incline Start Assist technology. This Michigan Subaru dealer offers technical information on the Subaru Intelligent Drive that manages an electronically controlled throttle. Additionally, the SI-DRIVE technology regulates the engine control unit (ECU) based on real-time traffic conditions.


The 2018 Subaru WRX Limited is available with the EyeSight Driver Assist package. This signature suite includes the Pre-Collision Braking that automatically stops the vehicle when a front crash is imminent. Other accident-avoidance features that are powered by the EyeSight technology include the Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Departure Warning with the Sway Warning. The Subaru WRX Limited is also exclusively available with the Reverse Automatic Braking, which comes on when another vehicle is detected directly behind your intended rearward path. Additionally, the High Beam Assist is optional in the WRX Limited trim. This innovative lighting system automatically manages the high beam based on any illumination from incoming traffic. A 2018 WRX review includes information on the Blind Spot Detection and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which are optional in the Limited trim and standard in the STI Limited edition. Installed in the Limited and above models, the STARLINK package provides several safety and security services for dealing with accidents and other unfortunate situations. The SOS Emergency Assistance and Automatic Collision Notification are included in this signature suite.

Glassman Subaru offers test drives in the 2018 Subaru WRX. Whether it's the affordable base trim or the premium STI Limited edition, customers can ride in any model at this Michigan Subaru dealer.

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