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Somehow Subaru Keeps Making the WRX Better

It’s hard to believe the 2016 Subaru WRX can get any better, but indeed it does – Subaru debuted an all-new, bar-setting WRX for the 2015 year, and now for 2016, the iconic WRX pushes forward adding even more features and amenities including new 18-inch alloy wheels and upgraded suspension; a more refined audio system and navigation setup; and an available rear radar safety system with full-perimeter prevention adding Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. The 2016 WRX adds your typical audio system but with a 6.2-inch high-resolution touchscreen display, STARLINK smartphone integration (including Aha radio) and updated steering wheel-integrated controls. Plus, a new one-touch turn signal for added convenience. The Sport Package now gets  door mirrors with LED-integrated turn signals, while the Sport-tech Package finds new 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels and upgraded suspension.

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