Ride difference between STI and non STI (comfort wise) 2012
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    Ride difference between STI and non STI (comfort wise) 2012

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    Looking to get my first Subaru here shortly. It will be the 2012 WRX ink the hatchback, either the STI or the standard WRX.

    I have been able to find and drive the STI, but not been able to find a regular WRX yet to drive. My question is on the ride comfort.

    As far as daily driver ride comfort goes, is there a big difference? Will the regular WRX be a lot more comfortable for non aggressive daily driver use?

    thanks!

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    Not sure about the ride of a new WRX but the ride of the STI is nice and not an issue as a DD!

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    The STI has better handing and brakes than the regular WRX, i have a WRX and it is very comfortable. The only difference between the STI and WRX is the 40 hp and the Handling. Stick with the WRX in my opinion.

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    What are you going to be using the car for? Any track or autox time, or just a daily driver? What kind of cars have you owned before that have stiffer than normal suspensions?

    FWIW, the new STI has a much more comfortable daily driver ride than the older ones. My '04 was much harsher than my '11, which really has a very comfortable ride as a daily driver. I'm at 12k miles now in less than a year on it and even my mom commented how much nicer it was than my '04 when she drove it.
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