Subaru released pricing for the 2023 WRX on Thursday, setting a new entry point for affordable AWD fun. The base trim starts at $31,625 including destination, a $1525 increase over the 2022 model. Step up to the top-level GT trim, and you'll be paying nearly $45,000.
Virtually nothing has changed on the WRX as it leaps into its latest model year, with four trims available: the base car, the Premium, the Limited, and the GT. Stripped bare, the base car gets a 271-hp turbocharged flat-four sending power to all four wheels via a six-speed manual, along with standard torque-vectoring.
Step up to the Premium and you'll be paying at least $34,125. Premium-spec cars get 18-inch alloy wheels, LED fog lights, a rear spoiler, push-button start, and an 11.6-inch touchscreen for the infotainment and climate controls. An option package, which includes a moonroof and a Harman Kardon speaker system, is available for $1875.
The Limited trim starts at $38,515 and gets steering-responsive headlights, a 10-way power driver's seat, front seats in Ultrasuede trim, and navigation. The option package above also comes standard. The GT, the top-level trim, starts at $43,395 and gets everything from the Limited trim plus electronically controlled adjustable dampers, exclusive wheels, and Recaro seats.
All trims are available with an optional continuously variable automatic transmission save for the GT, which gets the CVT as standard. Subaru hasn't said when deliveries of the 2023 WRX will begin, though we expect them to arrive at dealerships sometime early next year.
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