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If it weren't for the massive hood scoop, throaty exhaust, and tastefully bulging fenders, the Subaru WRX would look like any typical affordable, econo-commuter traveling down the roads today.
Which is perfect because that is what Subaru designed the car for - to have the look, feel, and use of an ordinary daily-driver but also have the credentials to keep up with the best of the best at your local track day.
Subaru is celebrating and has a good reason to do so. For the sixth year in a row, Subaru has broken its sales record. In particular, 2014 saw a 21 percent increase when compared to the annual sales from 2013, which is a massive jump. This increase in sales was good enough to launch a special edition of the third best-selling vehicle in its lineup, the five-door crossover XV Crosstrek.
The XV Crosstrek, Subaru's?
Automobile Magazine released its list of 2015 All-Stars earlier this month and the 2015 Subaru WRX/WRX STI models made the cut.
Auto Mag looked at only the new crop of cars and cut their initial list down to 25 vehicles. From there, they test-drove every car, checking every little possible thing and came up with a list of 10 All-Stars. The Subaru WRX/WRX STI being one of them.
"Subaru has continued to build…