Originally Posted by timber
I NEED A FEW !
This is a discussion on dumb SRT4 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by timber Had a couple beers Bill ?? I NEED A FEW !...
Well, for the price you can't beat'em, but I still wouldn't buy one. If I didn't mind looking like a Pizza Hut employee, I may have considered one.Originally Posted by TheJ
Back in December 2001, I bought a 2002 Volkswagen GTI 1.8T (which has since been replaced by a 2005 STi), and it was a nice car. It had a lot of creature comforts, a turbo, and its acceleration was "snappy." If the SRT-4 was out at the time, I may have considered one, but like the GTI, it would've surely been replaced with an STi. The STi is just so superior in every way.
Just wait 2 years and you'll be able to buy a 05 for 8k.Originally Posted by '05 STi
WOW is all i can .
Loving my Stage 3 TP 11 WRX hatch
Probably, and I could buy a NEON for $2,500.Originally Posted by bigwrxguy
I hope, that'd be an awesome dd.Originally Posted by bigwrxguy
Hell, I'm not a big fan of resale values, as I don't care one way or the next, but if I can get another '05 STi in 2 years for $8,000, I'll be all over it!Originally Posted by BrianH
Are they reliable enough to be a good daily driver, do you think?Originally Posted by BrianH
Dougie - Founder, 250,000 mile club
$31,000 is a little over 50% more than $20,000Originally Posted by '05 STi
D'oh! I posted "1/3!" I meant "2/3." $20,000 would also be about 66.5% of $31,000.Originally Posted by Trainrex
If you had $20,000, you would need a little more than 50% more to buy an STi.Originally Posted by '05 STi
If I had $20,000, I would need 1/3 to buy an STi outright.Originally Posted by Trainrex
I put down over 1/3 of $31,000 on my STi.
If you had $20,000, and you added 1/3, you would have $26,600Originally Posted by '05 STi
Yeah I think they would be. Don't forget I'm driving a 13 year old 210K mile car right now as a DD.Originally Posted by timber
Not correct! If you take $30,000 and divide it by 3, you come up with $10,000. $10,000 x 3 = $30,000. That makes 1/3.Originally Posted by Trainrex