None of this qualifies as breaking news on the engineering front; these engines appeared first in the 2006 Forester. The base car gets an electronic throttle and a swirl-inducing variable-valve lift system that fattens the torque curve considerably (without changing peak torque of 166 pound-feet) and yields 173 horses. The WRX ditches its rally-champ homologation 2.0-liter turbo in favor of the Forester XT’s 2.5-liter–certain to be the subject of much blogchat–bumping horsepower to 230 and torque to 235 pound-feet (up 18). Real-world fuel economy is also expected to rise just a smidgen.

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