If you are looking for a Subaru Impreza WRX STi then you know 2010 was a great year for this vehicle. With the power increased in 2008, suspension retuned and styled body cladding returned in 2009, and more aggressive sills and the iconic red stitching added in 2010, this is a highly desirable year. This particular 2010 STi may be the best one on the market, because along with great mods like cat-back exhaust, all of the following work has just been done by one of Saskatoon's leading import specialists:
- New short block
- New timing belt
- New timing belt tensioner
- New water pump
- New oil pump
- New gasket kit/seals
- Brake servicing
This AWD powerhouse is a powerful summer driver AND is fully prepared for Saskatchewan winters.
Financing is available. Call or text 306-202-6001 today to book your test drive.
More info on the 2010 Subaru WRX STi, from NewCarTestDrive.com
"These are drivers' cars. They aren't available with automatic transmission and leather upholstery is not an option. All-wheel drive comes standard. All models come with Vehicle Dynamics Control and a sophisticated anti-lock brake system with electronic brake-force distribution. The WRX gets excellent ratings in crash tests.
The hatchback offers nearly 70 percent more cargo capacity than the sedan.
The STI version of the WRX is essentially its own car, and available only as a hatchback. STi stands for Subaru Technica International, the high-performance division that made the WRX famous through considerable success in the World Rally Championship. Nearly every major mechanical system is unique to the STI: six-speed manual transmission, special suspension and brakes, unique interior appointments and a high-tech, manually adjustable all-wheel-drive system. Yet the STi's centerpiece is a higher-tech, higher-boost version of the 2.5-liter four, generating 305 horsepower. Its acceleration times match those delivered by exotic sports cars such as the Aston Martin V8 Vantage.
The STi is faster than ever, but it's also quieter, more understated, and easier to drive quickly. On a closed course on Vancouver Island, we found we could overdrive corners in a big way and easily maintain control. The current model reeks refinement when compared to the STi that first went on sale in the United States in 2004. It's grown from an in-your-face, sport-compact icon to something more like a true, brand-building performance flagship."