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    looks like a mix between a scion box and a skyline
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    i'd hit that

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    Re: .

    Originally posted by Sean182311
    looks like a mix between a scion box and a skyline
    Check this:

    Introduced to compete with the Subaru Legacy Touring wagon, the Nissan Stagea was launched in 1996 and featured a 2.5-litre inline-six engine. It was good for a claimed output of 276 horsepower, however the real ratings would have been closer to 293. Sending power to all four wheels, that model was good for a 0-60 mph time of 6.4 seconds and a 1/4 mile time of 14.5. Enter Autech and the Stagea 260RS. Using the Skyline GTR engine and driveline, the stated output remained at 276 but in reality that figure was now closer to 310. Besides a small increase in displacement from 2.5 to 2.6 litres, the Stagea Autech also employs a beefier rear anti-roll bar and a strut brace linking the front suspension towers as well as a mechanical limited slip differential for the rear axle and Brembo disc brakes with ABS all around to improve stopping power. The straight line performance, braking and handling is improved dramatically over the base model. If this this is still not enough though, a Nismo tuned version is available whose 0-60 and 1/4 mile times are somewhere in the neighbourhood of 5.1 and 13.6 seconds, respectively.

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    Re: Re: .

    Originally posted by archiebrown
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    Introduced to compete with the Subaru Legacy Touring wagon, the Nissan Stagea was launched in 1996 and featured a 2.5-litre inline-six engine. It was good for a claimed output of 276 horsepower, however the real ratings would have been closer to 293. Sending power to all four wheels, that model was good for a 0-60 mph time of 6.4 seconds and a 1/4 mile time of 14.5. Enter Autech and the Stagea 260RS. Using the Skyline GTR engine and driveline, the stated output remained at 276 but in reality that figure was now closer to 310. Besides a small increase in displacement from 2.5 to 2.6 litres, the Stagea Autech also employs a beefier rear anti-roll bar and a strut brace linking the front suspension towers as well as a mechanical limited slip differential for the rear axle and Brembo disc brakes with ABS all around to improve stopping power. The straight line performance, braking and handling is improved dramatically over the base model. If this this is still not enough though, a Nismo tuned version is available whose 0-60 and 1/4 mile times are somewhere in the neighbourhood of 5.1 and 13.6 seconds, respectively.

    Now I'd hit that -
    i'd definatelly drive that...must... import... wrx wagon for sale!

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    ya damn dude, ultimate sleeper with some basic mods i bet

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