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#11547 of 11554 Any deals out there?
Oct 04, 2006 (2:02 pm)
I have a 2002 WRX wagon with 50K miles. Great car; no problems, fun, lots of room for golf clubs and other stuff. Only drawbacks: turbo lag although only a minor annoyance, no leather seats, no sun roof, poor stereo, no climate control system, a little noisy. I went by new dealership today to get some oil filters. There on the floor was a 2007 wagon just the way I want one: red, beige leather, sunroof, climate control, 17 in wheels.
I DROVE IT AND I WANT IT.
I have not been investigating deals. Are there any out there for trade-ups or other incentives that are worth considering? I need something to rationalize buying something I don't need.
Thanks for any thoughts.
#11548 of 11554 WRX STi - Might not be King of the Hill for long...
Oct 10, 2006 (12:06 pm)
I have not yet found anything on the 2008 STi (except for the false photo of a hatch back coming to the US). Here is what I found about the FUTURE...
enjoy. i still love my 06
#11549 of 11554 Re: WRX STi - Might not be King of the Hill for long... [supercarfan]
Oct 13, 2006 (6:53 pm)
The specs sound nice but that grille in the front looks ugly, even though I guess it is supposed to evoke a 'mean machine' look.
Oct 17, 2006 (4:19 pm)
There seems to be a lot of serious competition creeping up on Subaru's WRX and STI. Subaru has held things close to their vest in the past. Mitsubishi was rudely surprised by the STi very shortly after they proudly unveiled the first US Evo. I'm hoping Subaru has more up their sleeve. I'm hoping for BIG power increases, front LSD's across the board, better gear boxes, brakes and STI wagons both in Impreza and Legacy models.
#11552 of 11554 WRX - can it tow a pop up trailer?
Nov 01, 2006 (7:19 pm)
I have planned on buying a WRX wagon for the last 4 years. Now that I am ready to do it, I have a delima. I recently inherited a 1800 lb pop up trailer (for camping) and I need a vehicle that will tow it. The WRX is rated for 2000 lbs, but has anyone every towed a trailer like this with a WRX? Any suggestions?
#11553 of 11554 Re: WRX - can it tow a pop up trailer? [mysage]
Nov 02, 2006 (9:44 am)
it shouldn't be a problem, but I believe you will need trailer brakes on anything over 1,000 lbs.
You must be looking at the auto? Forester manual (same chassis) has 2,400 lb, but 2,000 w/auto.