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2015 Subaru WRX STI: New take on everyone's favorite daily rally car! (CNET On Cars, Episode 45)

The new WRX STI may be the most technically capable car in the world that you can (probably) afford. Car theft is on the decline thanks to technology, and we explain the mystical science of limited-slip differentials.
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