What was the last year of WRX hatchback?

What was the last year of WRX hatchback?

Although the WRX was briefly available as a wagon, after 2007 that body-style was replaced with a hatchback, Motor1 reports. It disappeared after the 2014 model year, Driving.ca reports, though it still has plenty of die-hard fans.

How much horsepower does a 2014 WRX make?

Used 2014 Subaru Impreza WRX Specs & Features

Horsepower 265 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque 244 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm
Turning circle 34.8 ft.
Valve timing Variable

How much HP does a 2014 Subaru WRX hatchback have?

265 to 305 hp
2014 Subaru Impreza WRX Hatchback/Horsepower

Is Subaru bringing back the WRX hatchback?

Visit Torque News homepage for more stories. The teaser released this week reveals Subaru will not bring back the hatchback body style anytime soon. Look for Subaru of America to fully uncover the 2022 WRX sedan sometime late summer or early fall 2021.

Why did Subaru stop making WRX?

Why did Subaru drop the popular hatchback WRX/STI? If you ask Subaru, it was because of slow sales. Mamoru Ishii, the head of Subaru’s design department, told Digital Trends at the Geneva Motor Show last year, “We don’t have plans to bring back a WRX hatch to the market.”

Will there be a 2021 Subaru WRX?

Mechanically unchanged for 2021, the only notable revision to Subaru’s three-model WRX range is the inclusion of keyless entry and push-button start on WRX Premium models. Otherwise, it’s business as usual for this rally-bred sedan, with starting prices also carried over from the 2020 model year.

How much will the 2022 WRX cost?

2022 Subaru WRX Pricing KBB expects the 2022 Subaru WRX to have a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $30,000 when it arrives this fall. As an STI model, expect to pay around $10,000 more, or $40,000. The destination fee likely will remain at $1,125.

What happened to Subaru WRX?

The Subaru WRX is an all-wheel drive sport compact car manufactured by Subaru, originally based on the Impreza created for the World Rally Championship in 1992. Since 2014, the WRX lineup has been split from the Impreza, with a different body style that is not offered as an optional hatchback/wagon.