Should I Wait For The New STI?

Is the 2020 STI worth it?

It will get significant improvements over the outgoing 2020 model and will be worth the wait.

For now, the WRX and STI get only minor updates for 2020 and both models get no engine upgrades from the previous year.

The 2020 model change sees the STI getting standard Keyless Access with Push-Button Start..

Do Subaru STI hold their value?

According to Edmunds, the 2020 Subaru WRX and 2020 WRX STI are the best sports cars at retaining their value. Most studies lump the STI in with the WRX which means they will both save you money when it’s time to trade them in.

How fast does a WRX Sti go?

174 mphThe top speed for the subaru wrx is 155 mph and the wrx sti is 174 mph as stated by the factory specs.

Is the STI fast?

The BMW M235i takes 5.2 seconds from 0-60, the Toyota Supra Premium comes in 4.6 seconds from 0-60 mph, and the Porsche 718 Boxter is fastest at 4.4 seconds from 0-60 mph….The Subaru WRX Is Faster From 0-60 MPH Than 10 New Sports Cars, Slower Than 3.2018 STIWRX/STI cabin2018 WRX2018 STISep 8, 2020

What kind of turbo does an STI have?

The WRX STI’s turbocharged 2.5-liter flat-four is eager to rev and pumps out a characteristic flat-four burble from the car’s quad exhaust pipes.

Will there be a 2021 STI?

2021 Subaru WRX STI At $37,245, the 2021 WRX STI pricing begins at just $250 more than last year’s model. For 2021, the WRX STI again offers base and Limited trims.

Is a WRX better than an STI?

The STI is clearly the better performer, but it can cost over $14,000 more than the WRX. The base WRX is an excellent performance car at a great price. If you need a few more comfort and convenience features, upgrading to Premium or even Limited trim won’t break your wallet.

Why are Subaru engines so bad?

Subaru EJ engines have numerous ongoing issues that Subaru refuses to address; head gasket failures, “ring land” failures, rod bearing failures, high oil consumption, etc. Any of these issues can, and often do lead to catastrophic engine failure.

Is an STI a good daily driver?

The STI is a really orientated to be used for track or ralley so it is less comfortable on the road especially in traffic. The WRX is still a fun car to drive but much more practical for every day use. For handling and performance, yes it is. If you are wanting a better daily driver though, skip the STI and stay WRX.

How much does an STI cost?

Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $36,595. Other versions include: STI 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl Turbo 6M) which starts at $36,595.

Is the 2020 STI reliable?

New Subaru WRX And STI Reliability – What To Know Before You Buy It. The 2020 Subaru WRX and STI are still the best performance value, but they aren’t perfect. … It’s been well documented by Consumer Reports, the NHTSA, and other sources that the WRX 6-speed transmission clutch could be an area of concern.

Will the STI get a new engine?

New engine in hand, Subaru can now stuff it into a new WRX. Citing sources close to Subaru, Forbes says the next WRX STI will arrive in 2021 and sports an “all-new” turbocharged 2.4-liter boxer four-cylinder. … Today’s WRX STI uses the venerable EJ25 turbocharged 2.5-liter and makes 310 hp and 290 lb-ft in standard trim.

How much HP can a stock STI handle?

Skim through the Subaru forums and you’ll find the question on so many STI owners’ minds, “how much horsepower can my EJ257 handle?” The answer is different for everyone, but the general consensus is that the 400-450whp range is when you might want to clear out the garage and get ready to pull a motor.

How much HP does a Stage 2 STI have?

Expected power gains are 95-110 Horsepower and 110-130Ft-Lbs of torque. Total install time is about 7 hours.

What year WRX STI is the best?

20042004, along with 2005-2007 model years, are the best-regarded years for the WRX, Hagerty, and r/Cars sub-Reddit users report. 2006 (the ‘Hawkeye’ year) saw the Subaru WRX receive a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, which made 300 hp in the STI, Hagerty reports.