Hot Wheels: 2015 Subaru STI – Laguna Seca One Take

Hot Wheels: 2015 Subaru STI – Laguna Seca One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: 2015 Subaru STI – Laguna Seca One Take



Zack Klapman gets a few hot laps around Laguna Seca in the all-new 2015 Subaru STI!

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34 Replies to “Hot Wheels: 2015 Subaru STI – Laguna Seca One Take”

  1. I've considered getting a 2015 STI but I'm going to hold off and see what Hyundai does with their Genesis Coupe ( have the 2.0T currently) rumor has it they may be doing a V6 Turbo or V8.

  2. zack, you mentioned about the powerband.  did the car feel like it had more than 305 hp….more like 325hp since Subaru put a new ecu tune in this gen?

  3. Was not a big fan of the new generation WRX STI but now I've totally warmed up to them I think they look amazing and everyone that I know who has driven one says that the handling has been improved beyond belief

  4. Spend 5k on flash/exhaust and 275/35 setup sti will chase down bikes and rwd 2season sports cars in real world twisties w seating for 4.5 and no old man/rich boy accusations and hold 40-50% value after payoff/7yrs out while doing it in ALL weather conditions/terrains

  5. Spend 5k on flash/exhaust and 275/35 setup sti will chase down bikes and rwd 2season sports cars in real world twisties w seating for 4.5 and no old man/rich boy accusations and hold 40-50% value after payoff/7yrs out while doing it in ALL weather conditions/terrains

  6. I love he slowly caught up to the Vette and had he had a chance, probably could have gotten past him in the corners. Straight a ways, not so much.

  7. When I see this video I miss mine too. But I traded having that car for  new Mustang GT and 89 Skyline. Mine had 50,000 miles after 2 years though and I traded it in for more than I owed on it. On my car the interior was falling apart in the Vegas heat and it's parked all day in garage as I work a graveyard shift. Cracks on door cards and arm rests, glue coming apart, etc. No mechanical problems unlike my friend's detonating Porsche.

  8. Congratulations to everyone in the comments! You are all making yourselves look like a bunch of middle schooler with your American Vs. Japanese debate. The STI and Vette are both good cars in their respective areas. Just so you know, I drive a WRX.

  9. Hey! Do a lap in that stock Mazda 6 in the background. Then, mod that mother and show what it's capable of. I know, I know, I KNOW! It's only a weak in line 4 but it's got potential. Thanks. Killer vid of a rad car.

  10. i love the sti i got a 11 wrx but let's be real an sti is 35,000$ car that's audi a4 money.  So it does alright for itself don't forget who the corvette competes with.

  11. Zack K. please make more videos like this! I have a 2010 wrx, and can attest to what some of these cars are capable of doing with less than 350HP, AWD (4WD w/e you wanna call it) and less than 3400lb .. and this is coming from someone's who driven a mildly tuned R33 Skyline before. Sadly, I still want that darn FA motor in this thing at least in a 2.0 configuration!

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