The Subaru Impreza was originally launched in 1993 and production stopped in 2012.
Both the WRX and STi are performance vehicles and the four wheel drive makes the car very powerful with clean steering and handling. The Impreza gives a sporty ride with firm suspension that is surprisingly comfortable. It never gets too harsh and absorbs all the bumps and pot holes that are so familiar on British roads. Read the rest of this entry
Whenever you want to buy a Christmas gift for someone special, it’s always a good idea to surf the Internet and find the perfect gift.
But if it happens so that you are reading this, we offer you a Subaru STI Mechanical Watch as a perfect Christmas gift.
It will only be limited to 300 units and priced at around $700 a piece, a figure that’s not that steep relative to what you’re going to get in the market for a timepiece with an automotive collaboration on it. Read the rest of this entry
The 2010 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Special Edition is aimed at the driving enthusiast who is willing to trade a few amenities to gain an extra measure of handling performance over the already extraordinary Subaru Impreza WRX STI. Suspension for the new version of this high-performance machine is adopted from the Japanese domestic market Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C model, which adds a 1-millimeter thicker rear stabilizer bar, stiffer rear sub-frame bushings plus upgraded and retuned springs. The front springs are 16-percent stiffer, while the rear shocks have been stiffened by 29-percent. Read the rest of this entry