2024 Subaru WRX Gets A Price Bump, Plus New TR Trim

Pricing for the 2024 Subaru WRX has been announced. The base, six-speed ‘Rex sees a solid price bump, up $2,230 over last year’s model, to a cool $33,855 including $1,120 for destination. Stepping up to the WRX Premium will cost buyers $35,755, or $37,105 for the automatic. Limited models start at $40,135 with the stick, and $41,685 with the auto. The top trims of the lineup now easily clear $40K, with the WRX TR priced at $42,775, and the auto-only GT at $45,335.

Changes aren’t just limited to pricing, however. The WRX TR is a wholly new addition to the lineup, more focused on making the ‘Rex as engaging a driving experience as possible (save for the much-missed STI). TR models get stiffer springs surrounding dampers with new rates, a tighter steering rack, and better brakes (six-pots up front, two in back). Those sit inside TR-specific wheels with stickier Bridgestone Potenza S007 tires. Inside, Subaru removes the sunroof and adds tighter Recaro buckets.

2024 WRXs will come standard with a new 11.6-inch screen, which on base cars, replaces the pair of 7-inch screens previously used. EyeSight driver assist features are now standard, too. That includes adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, and more. This adds huge amounts of livability to the WRX, as Subaru hadn’t made that work with previous manual transmission models. Speaking of, wireless Carplay and Android Auto are standard now too, as are LED headlights. The 2024 WRX will hit dealers early next year.

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Chase Bierenkoven
Chase Bierenkoven

Chase is an automotive journalist with years of experience in the industry. He writes for outlets like Edmunds and AutoGuide, among many others. When not writing, Chase is in front of the camera over at The Overrun, his YouTube channel run alongside his friend and co-host Jobe Teehan. If he's not writing reviews of the latest in cars or producing industry coverage, Chase is at home in the driver's seat of his own (usually German) sports cars.

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