All of the STI vehicles in the Subaru lineup come equipped with the same amenities. The Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited 4-door sedan though adds a few extra perks, that the other two do not. These two perks include the leather interior, and the moon roof on the top. There is also a navigation package that comes optional, with the touch screen and satellite radio.
What really stands out on the Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited 4-door sedan is what's under the hood. According to our review, the turbo-charged, 305-horsepower engine provides as much power as ever. The 2.5-liter boxer four, paired with the 6-speed manual transmission, work together to provide a driving experience that is both fun and fast. Comparable to cars like the Mitsubishi Lancer, the Subaru WRX STI shows off it's smart handling skills, and off-road capabilities whenever needed.
Depending on the situation at hand, you'll have complete control over any environment you drive into with the STI Limited. An SI-Drive controller located in the console, lets you choose between a series of different modes available. These include the Intelligent, Sport, or Sport Sharp modes. You can also play with the center-differential lockup through the Auto, Auto+, and Auto- options. The stability control system has the traction mode you can utilize for times when you want to use the brakes, yet not cut the throttle. On top of all this, there's also the Super Sport ABS braking system that allows the driver to control each rear wheel independently of each other. As you can tell, there are many options and switches available to the driver allowing them complete control over their vehicle at any time they choose. Our review indicates that these many options are available on every STI model.
Along with the engine, and control systems, the Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited 4-door sedan has upgraded the suspension for increased comfort and control. With stiffer springs, and thicker anti-roll bars, the STI Limited absorbs bumps, ruts, and holes in the road with ease. A smooth riding experience is yours to own, and aside from the engine rumble, there is no apparent inside cabin noise noticeable during your ride.