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Being a turbocharged version of the Subaru Impreza, the WRX went on sale in North America in 2001. The all-wheel drive Subaru WRX came in two body styles (sedan and wagon). The Subaru WRX was available with pattern used at Subaru's World Rally competition cars. Apart from a turbocharged drivetrain, which the base Impreza didn't have, the sportier Impreza WRX got larger brakes, firmer suspension, and wider tires. This compact four-door vehicle was powered by a 2.0-liter engine with an output of 227 hp at 6000 rpm and 217 lb.-ft. of torque at 4000 rpm. Both sedans and wagons had an aluminum hood with functional scoop. Inside, new WRX parts for the year 2004 were the revised front seats and gauge cluster. Such equipment as heated front seats and a sunroof was new, but optional.

For the 2004 model year, the new performance-oriented WRX STi sedan appeared, carrying a 300-hp turbocharged engine. This model boasted unique cabin trim and audio equipment as an option. As for the exterior parts, the STi featured larger “biplane” rear spoiler, taller hood scoop, and 17-inch wheels. In 2005, changes were made to Subaru WRX parts – the vehicle got body color rocker panels, single-port exhaust, black painted headlamp bezels, and wheels, which were seen earlier on the Legacy model. The handling of the new WRX was better than the previous model's one due to the revised suspension. The same year both WRX and WRX STi received automatic climate control. Starting in 2006, the WRX was offered in three trim levels: WRX TR (Tuner Ready), WRX, and Limited. The biggest change for the new WRX was the replacement of a 2.0-liter engine (which was used since the model's introduction) by a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine. The larger engine produced 230 hp at 5600 rpm and 235 lb-ft of torque at 3.600 rpm. The 2006 model underwent a significant redesign of its front end. It received new Subaru parts: tail lamp clusters, boldly styled headlights with smoke-tinted lenses, and three-section mesh-type grille. While the STi kept 17-inch wheels, all other WRX models changed the 5-spoke16-inch wheels to 7-spoke 17-inch wheels. The chassis parts of the Subaru WRX and braking system were also improved in 2006.

While the size of chassis increased along with the amount of safety equipment in 2008, its weight was left unchanged. The redesigned 2008 Impreza WRX featured the WRX badge and darker wheels. It was based on the shortened Legacy platform and it actually broke some Subaru traditions, receiving full frame doors and a hatchback body style. Speaking about the safety equipment, the model received Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and brake assist. Gaining some power increase, the 2.5-liter turbocharged engine then produced 265 hp and 244 lb-ft of torque. Suspension parts from the STi made the new WRX stiffer in 2009. Enlarging in size in 2011, both sedan and hatchback got wider body resulting in wider wheelbase dimensions. The exterior was intended to attract younger buyers.

This turbocharged stylish machine has become a mainstay on the show-car circuit, and that is no coincidence. Taking from its Impreza roots, the WRX adds more flavor and dynamics to what was already considered a complete package. The WRX can blast through the finish line, leaving a trail of onlookers behind, or it can simply cruise the streets decked out for a night in the town - your choice. Racers, tuners, and even "ordinary" drivers have all found something they favor about the WRX, but that isn't a surprise. Complementing this model with the right accessories has become a right of passage, and seemingly one that isn't going away anytime soon.

At CARiD.com, we know what every vehicle is capable of and when it comes to Subaru WRX accessories, we're especially knowledgeable. That's why our lineup of Subaru WRX Accessories and Parts is filled with the highest quality options on the web. Grilles, wood dash kits, steering wheels, floor mats, and more are available from the biggest names at the best prices around. And of course, here you'll find Subaru WRX accessories and parts are designed to provide a precise OEM fit and outstanding durability. Give your vehicle the upgrades that maintain its place at the top. It's your responsibility!

Whatever you expect from your Subaru WRX, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Subaru WRX and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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