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2013 Subaru Impreza WRX Special Edition First Test

The More Things Change...

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"What's so Special about it?" was the confused question I got repeatedly from friends and coworkers when I was testing the 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX Special Edition. "Well, it's orange!" I'd reply, presenting it with my arms like a game show host. "What else?" "It also has black wheels and a sweet stripe. Oh! And they're only making 200 of 'em," I'd offer. "That's it?" "Well, yeah," I'd say back, "That's pretty much it."

That's not entirely fair, though, because the WRX Special Edition really is quite special.

It's not the name that makes it special, but rather that this is the last version of the fantastic current-generation WRX. True, it may have taken a while for the WRX to get great. The 227-hp 2008 WRX was a major letdown, and the 2009 through 2011 WRX may have had the power, but it looked, well, lame -- soft, even. Come 2011, though, the WRX got the STI's kit, a wider track, and new wheels, turning it into the road-going rally rocket we know and love today. With the next WRX just around the corner, the Special Edition represents the end of an era. (We'll come back to that in a second.)

Since the WRX's 2.5-liter turbocharged F-4 had its power boosted to 265 hp and 244 lb-ft of torque in 2009, it's been more than capable of dancing with its more expensive, advanced, and powerful big brother on the track. Seeing as our pumpkin-colored Subaru is the first post-face-lift WRX we've been able to test, we were curious to see if that fact remained true.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Right?

The WRX Special Edition launches hard, and accelerates from 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds, beating the last WRX STI sedan we tested by 0.3 second. The WRX is faster in the quarter mile, too, racing down the dragstrip in 13.5 seconds at 100.0 mph, handily beating the WRX STI's 13.8-second time. The trend continues to braking performance, where the WRX's 106-foot stop from 60 mph beats the Brembo-equipped STI by 7 feet. About the only place the WRX STI held its own against its little brother was in the figure eight, where the WRX "only" managed to pull off a 25.6-second lap at 0.72 g (avg) time, compared with the STI's 25.5-second time at 0.73 g (avg).

Unlike the STI, which was slower than before post-2011 because of excess grip, the WRX is faster than its predecessor, thanks to a 1.5-inch wider track and wheels that are not only an inch wider than before (now 17x8.0), but lighter as well. Unless you simply must have a six-speed manual and the trick (not to mention quite cool) driver-controlled center differential, it's hard to find a reason to opt for the STI over the WRX.

Off the track and out on the street, the WRX is beginning to show its age. There's a bit of gear whine, some body roll, and a notchy shifter. To be honest, I care about exactly none of that -- these foibles are endearing, all part of this car's charm. Close your eyes while driving the WRX -- actually, please don't -- and it isn't difficult to imagine yourself behind the wheel of a WRC car, rocketing down some twisty gravel road. The muscular boxer engine's rumble, the turbocharger's blow-off valve, and differential whine as power is routed through all four wheels just add to the primal sensation.

That's not to say the WRX couldn't use a few improvements, as some touches from the BRZ would be more than welcome. For example, the WRX's hydraulic steering rack, while offering great feel, was a bit too light for my taste. The BRZ's sublime electric power steering rack would be an excellent addition to the Impreza. Another welcome addition would be the BRZ's snick-snick shifter, since the WRX's shifter is classic Subaru, with longish throws and a rubbery feel. While we're at it, a sixth cog would also be welcome, considering the engine hums along at 3500 rpm at SoCal highway speeds.

Inside, the Special Edition is mostly typical WRX, with supportive and comfortable cloth seats, a few hard plastic panels, and a somewhat dated audio system. Remember how I said all the Special Edition WRX got was orange paint and some wheels? Well, that isn't strictly true. It also rocks a dark interior (also from the WRX STI); orange stitching on its seats, doors, and shift boot; and unique orange-trimmed floor mats.

Pricing for all this orange awesomeness has yet to be announced, but Subaru tells us buyers should expect only a modest increase over the WRX Premium's $29,065 base price. Given the limited 200-unit production run, getting your hands on a WRX Special Edition might prove challenging. Subaru says that allocation will be based on a particular dealer's history of WRX and WRX STI sales.

All of this bodes well for the next-generation Subaru WRX, which is expected as early as the end of this year. The next WRX is expected to not only crank out 274 hp from a 2.0-liter turbocharged F-4, but be lighter to boot. The 2013 Impreza WRX Special Edition may be a fitting send-off for a car that started out on the bench and earned its way into a starting role, but we can't wait for the next one.

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2013 Subaru WRX Special Edition
BASE PRICE $29,565
VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, AWD, 5-pass, 4-door sedan
ENGINE 2.5L/265-hp/244-lb-ft turbo  DOHC 16-valve F-4
TRANSMISSION 5-speed manual
CURB WEIGHT (F/R DIST) 3195 lb (57/43%)
WHEELBASE 103.3 in
LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT 180.3 x 70.7 x 58.1 in
0-60 MPH 4.7 sec
QUARTER MILE 13.5 sec @ 100.0 mph
BRAKING, 60-0 MPH 106 ft
MT FIGURE EIGHT 25.6 sec @ 0.72 g (avg)
ENERGY CONS., CITY/HWY 177/135 kW-hrs/100 miles
CO2 EMISSIONS 0.91 lb/mile


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Tested: 2013 Subaru BRZ Hits 60 MPH in 6.4 Sec, Quarter Mile in 14.9 Sec @ 95.5 MPH

The 2013 Subaru BRZ is supposed to be the car every enthusiast would not only love to drive, but love to own. Subaru's BRZ enters a very competitive niche of the market into which many automakers have tried to succeed (remember the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky?) and failed. Until we gather the 2013 BRZ's competitive set together for a comparison test, let's see how it competes at the numbers game with its new rivals.

Before we continue, you'll notice a few key competitors missing. The 274-horse 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T was left out because we don't yet have test numbers, and comparing the BRZ to the slower outgoing model would be unfair. The Subaru Impreza WRX was left out as well, since we haven't tested the quicker 2011 model yet. Lastly, we've left out the MINI Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works simply because the last model we tested cost $38,000 and change, pricing it out of the competition.


After much waiting, we finally have some solid performance numbers from the 2013 Subaru BRZ. In our testing, the 200 hp, rear-drive coupe accelerated from 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds. That makes it the second slowest car in the group shown in the chart below, with only the Honda Civic Si Coupe coming in behind it at 6.5 seconds (at Car of the Year testing, another Civic Si Coupe was clocked at 6.1 seconds to 60 mph). Not surprisingly the Ford Mustang V-6 finished first here—it's got the most powerful engine, allowing for a 5.1-second 0-60 mph run.

The Mustang also takes the quarter mile, with a 13.7-second run at 102.0 mph. The Mustang was trailed by the six-speed dual-clutch-equipped Volkswagen GTI, with its 14.5 second run at 96.7 mph. Even though it's got more horsepower than the Mazda MX-5 Miata, the BRZ still trailed it in the quarter mile, finishing in 14.9 seconds at 95.5 mph, as opposed to the Miata's 14.8 seconds at 92.4 mph. The difference between the two cars likely has to do with weight—the Miata is the lightest car here at 2502 lbs., compared to the BRZ's 2747 lbs.

Braking and Figure Eight

When it comes time to stop, the field is yet again beaten by the Mustang with an impressive 60-0 mph stop completed in 104 ft. It's worth noting that other Mustang V-6s we've tested stop consistently from the same speed in the 120 ft range. The Miata produced the second-best stop from 60 mph, at 108 ft. The BRZ beat the last-place Civic Si by a foot, needing just 120 ft to come to a halt.

On our figure eight, the BRZ posted the second fastest time—26.2 seconds at 0.68 g (avg), being beaten by the Mustang V-6 again. The Mazda tied the Subaru for lateral gs, but needed 0.2 seconds longer to complete the figure eight.

To get a preliminary look on how the 2013 BRZ stacks up against the Ford Mustang, Honda Civic Si, Mazda Miata, and Volkswagen GTI, check out the chart below. Remember, this is strictly a numbers comparison; back-to-back driving comparisons could result in a completely different ranking. Based on the numbers, which car would you pick? Does the Subaru BRZ still speak to you, or are the numbers pointing you a different direction? Let us know in the comments below.

*Equipped with six-speed dual-clutch automatic; all other cars equipped with six-speed manual.

Engine/Horsepower/TorqueFuel EconomyWeight0-60 MPHQuarter Mile60-0 MPHFigure Eight
2011 Ford Mustang V-63.7L V-6/305-HP/280 lb-ft19/29 mpg3464 lb5.1 sec13.7 sec @102.0 mph104 ft25.8 sec @ 0.71 g (avg)
2012 Honda Civic Si Coupe2.4L I-4/201-HP/170 lb-ft22/31 mpg2835 lb6.5 sec15.0 sec @ 92.3 mph121 ft26.4 sec @0.66 g (avg)
2012 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring2.0L I-4/167-hp/140-lb-ft21/28 mpg2502 lb6.3 sec14.8 sec @ 92.4 mph108 ft26.4 sec @ 0.68 g (avg)
2013 Subaru BRZ2.0L F-4/200-hp/151 lb-ft22/30 mpg2747 lb6.4 sec14.9 sec @ 95.5 mph120 ft26.2 sec @ 0.68 g (avg)
2010 Volkswagen GTI*2.0L turbocharged I-4/200-hp/207-lb-ft

24/32 mpg 

3204 lb5.8 sec14.5 sec @ 96.7 mph113 ft26.5 sec @ 0.67 g (avg)


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Subaru 0-60 Times

List of Subaru Performance Specs

Dear racers and car enthusiasts, please take into consideration that the Subaru 0 to 60 times and quarter mile data listed below are gathered from a number of credible sources and websites. However, there are several factors that affect a car’s 0-60 time or quarter mile stats and different sources may test the same car and clock different times.

Top0-60Times.com does not guarantee the accuracy of any Subaru 0-60 MPH times or figures found within this site. Finally, if we don’t currently have the Subaru specs you are looking for, bookmark this page and check later for new Subaru 0-60 and quarter mile times.

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2011 Subaru STi acceleration 0-60, 0-120, 0-130mph.

2013 Subaru Impreza 2.0i Sport Premium PZEV - 4dr Hatchback 2.0L AWD Manual


Passenger Doors


Passenger Capacity



5-speed manual transmission

Drive type

All Wheel Drive

0-60 mph

7.65 sec

EPA mileage (combined)

28 mpg



148 hp

Horsepower RPM



145 ft-lbs.

Torque RPM


Base engine size

2.00 L

Engine type




5-speed manual transmission

First Gear Ratio


Second Gear Ratio


Third Gear Ratio


Fourth Gear Ratio


Fifth Gear Ratio


Final Drive Axle Ratio


Reverse Ratio


suspension and brakes

Front Suspension Type

MacPherson Strut

Rear Suspension Type

Double Wishbone

Front Brakes

Front Disc Brakes

Rear Brakes

Rear Disc Brakes

Rear Drum Brake Dimensions

NA in.

Brake Type

ABS Brakes

ABS Brakes Type


tires and wheels

Front Tire Size


Rear Tire Size


Rear Tire Size


Spare Tire Size


Front Wheel Material


Rear Wheel Material


Spare Wheel Material



Tire Pressure Monitor

weights and capacities

Curb weight

2,998 lbs.

Fuel tank capacity

14.50 gal.

exterior dimensions


173.80 in.




59.50 in.


104.10 in.

Front track

59.40 in.

Rear track

59.60 in.

Ground clearance

5.90 in.

Turning circle

34.80 ft.

Liftover Height

26.80 in.

interior dimensions

Front head room

39.80 in.

Front leg room

43.50 in.

Front shoulder room

55.60 in.

Front hip room

52.20 in.

Rear head room

37.70 in.

Rear leg room

35.40 in.

Rear shoulder room

54.20 in.

Rear hip room

53.10 in.

Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 1

64.20 in.

Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 2

32.00 in.

Cargo Box Width @ Wheelhousings

42.10 in.

Other Features

  • 3-point height-adjustable front seatbelts w/pretensioners
  • 3-point rear seatbelts
  • 4-wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS)
  • Active front seat head restraints
  • Brake assist
  • Brake override system
  • Collapsible steering column
  • Daytime running lights
  • Driver & front passenger advanced airbags -inc: dual-stage...
  • Driver & front passenger pelvis/torso side airbags
  • Driver-side knee airbag
  • Dual-tone horn
  • Electronic brake-force distribution (EBD)
  • Front & rear side curtain airbags
  • Pillar-to-pillar steering column support beam
  • Rear child safety door locks
  • Rear LATCH child safety seat anchors
  • Ring-shape reinforcement frame
  • Safety pedal system
  • Side impact door beams
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Vehicle dynamics control (VDC)
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2013 Impreza Subaru 0-60 times

2013 Subaru Impreza

0-60 Times is from 8.7 sec

for a 148 horsepower trim and to 8.7 sec

for 148 horsepower

2.0i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan

148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 2911 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 2911 Weight

2.0i Premium 4dr All-wheel Drive Hatchback

148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 2955 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 2998 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 2955 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 3054 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 3087 Weight

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148 Hp, 145 Lb-Ft., 3054 Weight

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Stock 2013 Subaru WRX 0-60.

The cars marketed under the Subaru brand are manufactured by a special division of the Japanese transportation group Fuji Heavy Industries.

0–60 time: 4.3 seconds


Subaru WR1
The car’s exterior is very similar to other models of this line-up, but its performance is really remarkable. The fastest of all vehicles bearing the Subaru logo is a limited edition car with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine developing 342 hp.

0–60 time: 4.5 seconds

WRX Premium SPT

WRX Premium SPT
Model year: 2010


0–60 time: 4.5 seconds
The Japan-exclusive model was never marketed in the U.S. Its 316-hp engine has 318 pound-feet of torque.


Model year: 2015
0–60 time: 4.5 seconds

0–60 time: 4.7 seconds

Impreza 22B STI

Impreza 22B STI
In spite of its early 1990s look, Impreza 22B STI produced 280 hp out of its 2.2-liter engine. Only 424 cars were manufactured.

WRX Special Edition
This edition was recognizable by its Punkin Orange color, wider body and bigger wheels of black color. It was a really coveted auto once, but it did not become one of production cars.

WRX Special Edition

The Impreza 330S and WRX STI are just 0.1 seconds behind Impreza 22B STI and WRX Special Edition. We can also mention WRX, Forester 2.5 XT, Legacy GT spec.B, WRX Sport Wagon, BRZ, and SVX among the fastest Subaru cars, their 0–60 times ranging from 5.2 to 7.3 seconds.

Subaru Sedan & Hatchback 0 to 60 mph times

Subaru Impreza sedan 0 to 60 mph times

2012Subaru Impreza WRX STI 3200R 0-60 mph4.8 sec316 hp
2012Subaru Impreza 2.0 0-60 mph8.5 sec148 hp
2012Subaru Impreza 2.0i Sport Premium Hatchback hatchback 0-60 mph7.9 sec148 hp
2012Subaru Impreza 2.0 hatchback 0-60 mph8.9 sec148 hp
2015New Subaru Impreza WRX STI Sedan 0-60 mph4.6 sec305 hp
2015Subaru Impreza WRX Sedan 0-60 mph5.2 sec305 hp
2015Subaru Impreza WRX Sedan (Manual) 0-60 mph5.1 sec305 hp

Subaru Legacy sedan 0 to 60 mph times

2012Subaru Legacy 2.5GT Limited 0-60 mph5.3 sec265 hp
2014Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sport 0-60 mph8.7 sec175 hp

Subaru XV Crosstrek hatchback 0 to 60 mph times

2012Subaru XV Crosstrek 2.0D (Diesel, Manual) 0-60 mph9.2 sec148 hp
2013Subaru XV Crosstrek AWD 0-60 mph8.1 sec148 hp
2014Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid AWD 0-60 mph8.9 sec148 hp

Subaru SUVs & Wagons 0 to 60 mph times

Subaru Forester SUV 0 to 60 mph times

2012Subaru Forester 2.5X Limited 0-60 mph8.6 sec170 hp
2013Subaru Forester 2.0D XC 0-60 mph10.0 sec145 hp
2014Subaru Forester 2.0XT Turbo 0-60 mph6.1 sec250 hp
2014Subaru Forester 2.5i Touring 0-60 mph8.5 sec170 hp

Subaru Tribeca SUV 0 to 60 mph times

2012Subaru Tribeca 3.6R Premium AWD 0-60 mph7.6 sec256 hp

Subaru Coupe 0 to 60 mph times

Subaru BRZ coupe 0 to 60 mph times

2013Subaru BRZ (Manual) 0-60 mph6.1 sec200 hp
2013Subaru BRZ (Auto) 0-60 mph7.3 sec200 hp
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