When it comes to affordable and reliable mainstream cars, you can’t go wrong with Japanese automakers like Subaru. But the same can not always be said for performance vehicles, which makes Subaru sports cars quite special. Not only are they affordable, but they are also surprisingly practical, and they won’t break down on you in a hurry. The fact that the brand has a large following underscores this fact: Subie enthusiasts praise the engaging, fun-to-drive sports cars.
This is a list of the Subaru sports car models currently for sale in the USA:
|Subaru BRZ||228 hp||2.4L Flat 4 Gas||$28,595|
|Subaru Impreza WRX Hatchback||265 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$25,995|
|Subaru STI S209||341 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$63,995|
|Subaru WRX Sedan||271 hp||2.4L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$30,605|
|Subaru Impreza WRX Sedan||265 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$25,995|
|Subaru Impreza WRX STI Hatchback||305 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$36,495|
|Subaru Impreza WRX STI Sedan||305 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$34,495|
|Subaru WRX STI||310 hp||2.5L Turbo Flat 4 Gas||$37,245|
Affordable sports cars are extremely popular in the US, where the thrill of driving comes first and looks and luxury come second. But that doesn’t mean they are stingy when it comes to features, and the overall value proposition of Subaru cars is actually very high. But how else does Subaru get international buyers hooked on its performance cars?