Subaru WRX/STI/Forester 1994-2009 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Subaru WRX/STI/Forester 1994-2009

What has happened to all the pre-98 Rexes? Not many years ago the market was stacked with slightly worn but still viable WRX sedans and the odd Hatch, all for under $10K.

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Late-1990s cars still exist in decent numbers, with an excellent STi lookalike selling at almost $30,000 and others making $20K+. Move into the 21st century and the money being realised for WRX sedans again drops below $15,000, but not if you’ve got a genuine STi-plated car.

These in two-door form can exceed $100,000 and sedans make at least $50K. If you grabbed one of the five local 22B STis – or found one overseas to import – the top price seen recently was US$370,000. For performance in a family wagon, a Forester STi turbo costs around $30,000.

WRX 1994-97 $12,300 [5]

WRX 1998-01 $19,520 [19]

WRX 2001-05 $15,775 [19]

WRX 2006-09 $16,455 [18]

WRX STI 2001-05 $46,140 [16]

WRX STI 2-door $90,345 [12]

Forester Turbo 1998-2004 $10,100 [11]

Forester STI $35,950 [10]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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