2022 Subaru WRX Review: All-Season Performance

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Stiffer Platform, Sport Suspension
The 2022 Subaru WRX gets built for the first time on the Subaru Global Platform for increased chassis stiffness as well as a lower center of gravity for improved ride and handling. The new platform has full inner frame construction and increased use of structural adhesives for a 28 percent increase in torsional rigidity and a 75 percent increase in suspension mounting point rigidity. A longer suspension stroke increases stability and lateral grip on uneven surfaces. The rear stabilizer bar is now mounted directly to the body. The sport-tuned suspension includes front struts with internal rebound springs. The WRX also has new dual-pinion electric power steering for quicker response, improved accuracy and better steering feedback.

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