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    WRX vs Impala vs Nissan Maxima

    WRX Base price = $25690, HP = 265, Weight = 3174 lbs, AWD
    Impala LTZ base = $29930, HP = 230, Weight = 3555 lbs, FWD
    Nissan Maxima 3.5S = $30690, HP = 290, Weight = 3540 lbs, FWD

    Subaru wins Well I think so anyway. I have a couple friends with the Impala and Nissan and they were surprised to learn that my 2010 WRB WRX was lower in price and yet looks so much more distinct, and I'm pretty sure would outperform the Nissan and Impala no probs too (all cars stock) ?

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    That's like comparing scissors, havarti cheese, and antelopes.
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    HAHA! Indubitably.
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    mmmm havarti cheese
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    Impala = ancient platform, big car, automatic transmission, ok engine.
    Maxima = decent platform, big car, CVT transmission, good engine.
    Impreza = good platform, small car, manual transmission, good engine.

    Wait, why are we comparing these again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy96gase View Post
    Wait, why are we comparing these again?
    +1 wtf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02radioflyer View Post
    mmmm havarti cheese
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96 View Post
    That's like comparing scissors, havarti cheese, and antelopes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96 View Post
    That's like comparing scissors, havarti cheese, and antelopes.
    bwaaahahaha



    and I actually think the nissan maxima coupe looks pretty good..

    The others, meh.

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    Wouldn't they all be considered sports sedans?

    Damn lactose intolerance...I guess ill have to enjoy the antelopes
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