Through our review of the vehicle, Subaru didn't disappoint with their feature upgrades associated with the 5-door trim model of the STI. Still intended for people who primarily enjoy all things driving, the Subaru Impreza WRX STI 5-Door Sedan comes equipped with lightweight BBS wheels, and fog lamps as standard fare. The adjustable SI-Drive system controls throttle response, and allows the driver to determine how they'd like to drive their car based on weather and road conditions. There are two trims you can select from with the Subaru Impreza WRX STI 5-Door Sedan, and the only difference between the two is the optional navigation package. Based on our review, re recommend spending the extra for an awesome touch-screen experience.
With 17 miles in the city, and 23 on the highway, our gas mileage review showed the engine isn't going to be the greatest on gas. However, considering the STI still features the powerful 2.5L 4C engine, it's no wonder these numbers aren't higher. The all-wheel drive system comes included with all STI's, and features the Driver-Controlled Center Differential, or DCCD. This system ensures you'll have no problem driving through the rain or snow. Our drive review of the Subaru Impreza WRX STI 5-Door Sedan demonstrated great traction for times when you need it most. Airbags on all sides are customary, and the safety ratings remain high on all Subaru's in general, including the STI. Some of the best in the car industry, actually.
Based on reviews, the outside of the Subaru Impreza WRX STI 5-Door Sedan is not what you may expect. A rally car style still persists, with a more aggressive front design, and an all-back grille. The wing on the back of the STI is big, and leaves an impression as your passing others by in your new ride. The wider body, and creature comforts inside the vehicle, seal the deal if you've been searching for a vehicle that has power, class, and style with superior steering capabilities.