Used 2013 SubaruImpreza WRX Sedan

  • VIN: JF1GV7E63DG019411
  • Stock: 1577
Odometer
76,413 miles
Fuel Economy
19.0/25.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Crystal Black Silica
Interior Color
Carbon Black
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Transmission
5 speed manual
Drivetrain
all-wheel drive
Engine
2.5L H-4 cyl
Subaru Impreza WRX
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Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Security system
  • Alloy wheels
  • Spoiler

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

The WRX offers so much more over a regular Impreza, depending on what features you're after. If it's zippy acceleration, responsive handling, and sporty looks you're in the market for consider this WRX we've got up for grabs. It boasts a 2.5L H4 turbocharged engine and 5 speed manual transmission. WRX-specific seats, red backlit gauges, premium alloy wheels with new tires mounted on. Two mufflers with dual tips each, sport tuned suspension, larger brake kit than other trim levels. The fully symmetrical AWD works wonders in the snow, mud and rain, and the turbo will get you there quickly. This is a must-see car, clean inside and out, that won't last long so call or stop by Today!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.4Out of 5
  • Way Back Machine

    By Bozo on Tuesday, July 17, 2018

    4.0
    I have owned this car almost 5 years and have had no, zero, nada problems. Nothing has needed adjustment, fix, or replacement. Who could ask for more? Its not exactly quick, but way faster than a Jaguar Mk1/Mk2 or early Porsche 911. I have a 5 speed, and if I plan ahead a bit, I have no problems with highway entry/passing. The low center of gravity gives it some grip and the brakes are very good. Interior and conrols are sensible. Overall, it reminds me a bit of of my uncles 1950s Case tractor. It replaced a 2007 Mazda3 2.3L, which was a hoot to drive, but a little fragile as time went on. If I had to pick, it would be the Impreza.
  • Everything I thought it would be, however...

    By iamjs on Monday, September 02, 2013

    5.0
    As reluctant as I was to trade in my 2009 Audi A4, I wanted something newer and with a little better gas mileage since I do a ton of traveling for work. The Impreza Limited fit the bill for what I was looking for. Two things I didn't want to give up was the heated leather seats and all-wheel drive. Since I previously owned two Subarus (a 2000 Forester and a 2009 Legacy), I knew the all-wheel drive would be top-notch and almost unstoppable in the PA winters. The interior is definitely roomy and could comfortably (very important word here) seat 5 adults. The handling is much better than expected and is very stiff and hugs the corners around sharp turns, something I was afraid of losing when I traded my Audi. I'm not comparing the two vehicles, but the difference between the two is not much. For all of the things that I love about this car, the common thing that everybody does not like is the acceleration. You're buying an $25,000 Impreza, not a McLaren MP4 or even an Impreza WRX or an STi. Of course there's gonna be an obvious acceleration issue. The way I look at it is that it's a trade-off for the all-wheel drive that will be more than useful during the winter months. Besides, 36+ mpg on an all-wheel drive vehicle? I'll take that any day of the week. I've hit 38.4 mpg on a 200 mile drive with the cruise on, and that's even with hitting the gas to get through traffic more than a few times. Everybody's second complaint is the stereo. The package I had came with a double-DIN sized stereo with HD Radio built in. It's adequate at best, but I won't waste time and space reviewing this since you can easily upgrade the stereo for $200-300 at your local electronics store. The interior itself is somewhat plain. Not something that you'd look inside and go "wow!", but being the entry level Subaru I wasn't expecting to be blown away by the interior. That said, if there was some thing that could be improved, this would be high on my list. There is nothing that I don't like about this car, but there is some room for improvement.
  • Totally useful

    By Hal on Friday, June 24, 2016

    5.0
    Our other car is 2013 Mercedes C300 AWD. Instead of taking over the 2012 Ben, I opted for a new Suby. Why pay expensive maintenance and premium gas? I wouldn't had consider this if not a hatchback and the limited edition-both well worth the extra price. Great value for the money. Unlike the Benz when I want any combination of heat/cold/defrost it is instant and I don't have to look at the controls.I easily can change the air and cabin filters. Handling is great. Hatchback hauls lots of stuff. 1 ½ cubic yards of mulch. Also my wife's real estate signs and I don't even have to put the rear seats down. Put on 4 Blizzak snow tires and in spring replaced with Michelins. This is my "common sense" answer to having a Miata.Now I may consider the new platform they are coming out with. Previous cars I have own Lexus, Volvos,Honda Accords.

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