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September 6, 2023

Subaru WRX Wagon: Performance-Level Driving For Everyday Living

Say goodbye to boring sedans and hello to the Subaru WRX Wagon. This high-performance vehicle combines speed and functionality for your daily life. Packed with a turbocharged 2.4-liter engine, it delivers 275 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. Built on the Subaru Global Platform, it offers stability and control like no other.

With its sporty rally-inspired exterior, including a chrome front grille and 18-inch alloy wheels, the WRX Wagon turns heads on the road. Step inside and experience luxury with premium leather seats and a race-ready feel. Stay connected with the upgraded 11.6-inch touchscreen display that is the centerpiece for entertainment and connectivity functions, as well as climate control.

Technology is not only about entertainment and connection. For Subaru, it is about safety too. The WRX Wagon comes equipped with the award-winning Eyesight Driver Assist System that helps the driver in keeping tabs on his surroundings while he focuses on the road. In fact, the Eyesight now includes a feature that alerts the driver when it senses that his attention had gone elsewhere from the road; perfect for stop-and-go traffic where spacing out is almost guaranteed.

Advanced safety features are also included, with standards such as Active Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Detection, Stability Control, Speed Sensing Door Locks, Anti-lock Braking System, Airbags, and Electronic Brake Distribution, among others.

Did we also mention that the Subaru WRX Wagon is the most practical and functional wagon out there? It boasts of generous legroom, a reclined rear bench, and a large capacity cargo hold, perfect for your everyday needs. Fold down the rear bench to accommodate larger items and make life easier.

The Subaru WRX Wagon is not just a car, it's a lifestyle. Get behind the wheel and feel the exhilaration, convenience, and style every day.

Know more about the Subaru WRX Wagon here.

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