- 1,865 Miles
- Year Built: 2017(17)
Here we have the latest generation, Subaru WRX STI Saloon, All Wheel Drive, Manual. Finished in the Iconic World Rally Blue Pearl with the Black half Leather/Alcantara Sports Seats. First registered 8th April 2017 and one of a handful of late registered cars, It has travelled an genuine incredibly low 1,865 Miles, 2 Private Owners, the last a true enthusiast, stunning condition inside and out.
Its 2.5-litre flat-four turbo engine produces 296bhp and 300lb ft, good for a 5.2sec 0-62mph time and a 158mph top speed, using the drivers choice 6 Speed Manual Gearbox. Being a late registered car, it also only costs £145 a year to tax.
The new WRX Sti has a host of detail changes and some big ones too such as the bodyshell being 40% stiffer than the previous model. the Steering Rack is 15% quicker too, there is 20% less body roll and the throttle response is improved. Suspension has been fully overhauled with new dampers and geometry, it does feel a very different and much Improved car.
Additional Spec –
- This car has been pampered with a Full detail and Ceramic Coating
- Full Front End and Side Skirt, Paint Protection Film (PPF) Costing around £2,000
- Genuine Low line Front Skirt (£500)
- Genuine Subaru Sports Exhaust costing (£675) Enhancing that well known Subaru Burble.
- Genuine Exhaust Heat Shield Finishers (£150)
Standard Specification Includes –
- STI Styling with unique Bumpers, Side Skirts and Signature Rear Wing
- 18″ Alloys finished in Gunmetal Grey
- Dual, Twin exit Exhaust
- Subaru All Wheel Drive System
- Driver’s Control Centre Differential (DCCD)
- Brembo Sports Brakes
- Sports Suspension
- Drive Select
- Xenon Headlights
- LED Rear Lights
- Sports Front Seats
- Half Black Leather/Alcantara Interior
- Black Headlining
- STI Colour Drivers Gauge Display
- Colour Drivers Information Display with Trip Computer
- D-Shaped Multi Function Steering Wheel
- Large Screen Multi Media Unit
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- DAB Digital Radio
- Cruise Control
- Dual Climate Control with Air Con
- Heated Power Folding Mirrors
- Electric Windows
- Keyless Entry
- Push Button Start
- Privacy Glass
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Subaru Service History, First Service carried out at 580 Miles, Followed by a Service just carried out in August 2019 at 1,862 Miles , Subaru Factory Warranty until April 2020.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Excellent Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
Harry Catchpole (with a big grin on his face) said “it’s a lot of fun, a breath of fresh air – I like it a lot “
Subaru has bounced back – but not with an Impreza. At least not by name. This one is known solely as the WRX STi, but everything else is present and correct. 2.5-litre turbocharged boxer four, six-speed manual, 4wd, massive rear wing, unholy grip levels. Even the relative-bargain list price has made a comeback.
The body is 140 per cent stiffer than the previous generation, while there is 16 per cent less body roll thanks largely to spring rates that are 22 per cent stiffer at the front and 6 per cent stiffer at the rear. The steering is still hydraulically rather than electrically power assisted and the rack is 15 per cent quicker thanks to the ratio being changed from 14.8:1 to 12.7:1.
The familiar Multi-mode centre differential is still in place with auto and manual settings, plus Auto, Auto+ and Auto– modes. The basic torque distribution is 50:50, but if you choose Auto+ it limits torque and increases stability in slippery conditions, while selecting Auto– allows more torque to be sent to the rear wheels.
The bodywork, too, is all new, and to our eyes it’s a marked improvement on the bland amorphousness that went before.
Our first drive of the STI has us grinning ear-to-ear for its Tarzan-like grip in the road, its accessible, useable engine punch and it’s accurate steering. Its chassis is so well balanced and the more and more you drive it, the more it melts into you and you start to realise just how good this car is. It’s a supreme point-to-point performer