Is the Evo better than WRX?

Is the Evo better than WRX?

Like the Evo, the WRX has standard torque vectoring all-wheel drive on all models. If you’re looking for raw performance, the Lancer Evo has the WRX beat by a fairly significant margin, especially in the torque department. In both of these cars, there’s a wide range of features available.

Is the STI faster than the Evo?

The Evo averages an astonishing 4.6 seconds from 0 to 60 mph. It might only beat the Subaru STI to that mark because the Evo can get there, just barely, in second gear, although it also holds a slight advantage through the quarter-mile, too. That’s despite ceding 10 horsepower and 192 pounds of curb weight to the STI.

Is Mitsubishi Evo 9 reliable?

The Recaro seats are also more comfortable, and it has a more advanced traction control system. However, as long as the car you buy hasn’t been overly modified, the Evo can be a surprisingly reliable performance car.

Is the Subaru WRX STI comparable to the Lancer Evo?

Upgrading to the WRX STI with a 2.5-liter engine would get you 305 hp and 290 lb-ft of torque, making the STI more comparable to the Lancer Evo in terms of pure performance numbers. Available transmissions in the WRX are a 6-speed manual or a CVT.

Is the Subaru WRX still in production?

The Subaru WRX is still in production, but the current generation is still competitive with the now-discontinued Lancer Evolution. Editor’s note: You may want to read more of Autotrader’s model vs. model comparison car reviews as well as the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution review, and the 2018 Subaru WRX review.

What is the difference between Subaru WRX Premium and limited?

Premium adds a power sunroof and a 7-inch Starlink multimedia display while Limited gives you LED adaptive headlights, push-button start and available navigation. The Subaru WRX and Mitsubishi Lancer Evo are pretty comparable in terms of interior features and technology. Pricing sets these two cars apart quite a bit.


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