Is the 2015 Subaru STI reliable?

Is the 2015 Subaru STI reliable?

2015 Subaru WRX Review The 2015 Subaru WRX finishes in the middle of our compact car rankings. This is one of the most athletic cars in the class, but its poor reliability rating keeps it from finishing higher.

Is the Subaru WRX Sti reliable?

The Subaru WRX STI Reliability Rating is 2.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 36th out of 36 for compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $758 which means it has average ownership costs.

How long do Subaru WRXS last?

The life of a WRX can be 60,000–250,000 miles and most often in the 110,000–180,000 mile range that is usually when you see problems with the turbo. There are habits that any driver of a turbocharged performance vehicle needs for it to have the longest life possible.

How long will a Subaru STI last?

When did the first Subaru STI come out?

Subaru brought the first STI to the U.S. market in 2004 and the 2015 model is light years better than the first-generation performance car. Subaru also just launched the 2015 WRX and it sets itself apart from WRX in dramatic ways.

Why is the Subaru STI not a good car?

We didn’t drive the STI on the track, which would have been the ultimate test. But the Colorado terrain with its curvy mountain roads is the next best thing. The first reason not to buy the STI is because it comes with an extra firm suspension that was developed by STI for Rally racing.

What kind of car is the 2015 Subaru WRX STI?

The 2015 Subaru WRX STI may satisfy a core group of performance purists, but others will see a tarted-up sport compact that burns more cash than rubber. Subaru finally redesigned its bat-out-of-hell performance compact, the Subaru WRX STI, along the lines of the fourth-gen Impreza that’s been in dealerships since late 2011.

What’s the ethanol content in an IW STI?

Because STIs do not have this feature it is important to understand the variations of E85 as well as its effect on your car. Depending on the season and location the ethanol content may vary from minimum or 70% in the winter to 79% in the summer.

What kind of horsepower does a 2015 Subaru STi have?

Traction is not a problem. For all the STI’s power-allocation magic, it’s overdue for more power, period. The 2015 STI brings 305 horsepower from its 2.5-liter flat-four, just five more horses than the first U.S.-spec STI had back in 2004. A decade ago, 300 horsepower was impressive.

What kind of competition does the Subaru WRX STi have?

If competition improves the breed, then the corollary is that the lack of competition invites stasis. And the Subaru WRX STI has only one natural predator: the dead-car-rolling Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, the product of an enterprise that seems a little on the fence about whether it wants to sell cars or get deeper into the uranium business.

What’s the Lightning time for a 2015 Subaru WRX STI?

The 2015 STI’s 3:10.5 Lightning Lap time puts it dead even with the 2007 BMW 335i around VIR’s Grand Course. It’s outrun by grunting ogres like the Chevrolet Camaro SS and the old Dodge Challenger SRT8. “As quick as an eight-year-old 3-series!” isn’t much of a tagline for your halo performance car.

What kind of differential does a Subaru STI use?

In the STI, C.Diff causes explosive corner exits, depending on how much lockup you demand from the center differential. The default torque bias skews aft, with 41 percent front and 59 percent rear. Both the front and rear ends use limited-slip differentials.