The 2022 Subaru WRX is priced at $42,890 when fully loaded.

The new CVT-only GT model is at the top of the lineup, with the base car starting at $30,100 with a six-speed manual transmission.

  • Subaru has announced pricing for the new WRX sedan scheduled to debut in 2022.
  • It begins at $30,100 and goes all the way up to $42,890 for the GT model.
  • A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a CVT automatic transmission is available for an additional $1850–$2250.

The new 2022 Subaru WRX is more expensive than ever before—particularly the new GT trim level, which tops out at $40,000. The base price of the WRX increases by $1680 to $30,100, and the new model will also include $32,600 Premium and $36,990 Limited trim levels in addition to the new $42,890 WRX GT, which will unfortunately only be available with the optional CVT automatic transmission.

Certain performance options, such as adaptive dampers and larger 18-inch wheels, are reserved for the automatic-only GT (17-inchers are standard on other models). In comparison to the base cars, the GT features more desirable Recaro front seats and additional drive modes.

Subaru previously informed us that automatic-transmission WRX models were impacted by supply-chain issues, so you may have a better chance of locating a car with a clutch pedal once they begin to arrive at dealerships. Subaru is now accepting reservations on its website but has not specified an exact start date for deliveries.

However, #SavetheManuals enthusiasts need not despair, as a six-speed manual transmission remains standard on all other trim levels, with the CVT available as a $1850–$2250 option on the base, Premium, and Limited. All-wheel drive and a turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four engine with 271 horsepower are standard.

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