WTB Fairly new, Low Miles Hatchback WRX or STI
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This is a discussion on WTB Fairly new, Low Miles Hatchback WRX or STI within the Car Purchasing Forum forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Hi there. Im in the market for a Subaru WRX or STI. Hatchbacks only please. Im looking for a clean ...

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    WTB Fairly new, Low Miles Hatchback WRX or STI

    Hi there. Im in the market for a Subaru WRX or STI. Hatchbacks only please. Im looking for a clean car for daily driving that needs little to no work off rip. Miles need to be below 60,000 for me to even look at it. The less mods the better.
    Any color but red.
    Located in Tallahassee FL but willing to pay for shipping
    Max price 30,000.
    No WRX base models.
    Will take STI base model

    PM me for phone number.

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    Check New England dealerships.
    I'm in Massachusetts, the local dealers here have everything.
    Just google Subaru dealers in Ma.
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    will do thanks man! finally sold my car so the hunt is on.

    is 18,000 miles alot on an STI?
    found this one pretty quick.

    STI 18,000miles

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    It's about 2 years old so the previous owner put about 9,000 miles on it in 2 years.

    You could probably find one with less.

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    Ok. ill keep looking.
    Really leaning towards the STI since everyone here has told me ill spend more down the road.
    I also have a feeling i will want the benefits the STI has, maybe not now but i will.

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    If you can afford the STI, both short term and long term then get the STI. have you looked at getting the 2015 WRX?

    I'd highly consider that over a new used WRX if getting a new used STI falls through.

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    Problem is i really dont like the new bodies too much or the fact that theres no hatch....
    Ill check that route out too though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyproz View Post
    Problem is i really dont like the new bodies too much or the fact that theres no hatch....
    Ill check that route out too though.
    Sounds like a 2014 Hatch is the car for you.
    I'll start looking.
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    Awesome. All help is appreciated. So many cars out there.

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