Even with an automatic transmission, more weight, and leather-lined seats, it's a fun sports sedan
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Subaru's heavyweight, the WRX STI, is still recovering from having its thunder stolen thanks to the recent addition of the BRZ.
They don't make them like they used to, but mostly because they're going to stop making them: The Lexus HS 250 will soon be no more, and the Subaru Tribeca is on borrowed time.
Before the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S—the lovechild of the Toyota and Subaru alliance—are made available to the public, an even smaller hybrid version is already being fleshed out.