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    Okay, I get curious to see what others are doing, now that I have a teenager.
    You 18-year-old WRX owners...are you:

    1)Out of the house, financially independent?

    2)Living at home, paying your parents rent?

    3)Living at home, parent-subsidized?

    No criticism intended, merely curious.
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    First post, just bought a 2013 WRX Limited hatchback in Ice Silver last week. First new car, first Subaru, first high performance car as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    Okay, I get curious to see what others are doing, now that I have a teenager.
    You 18-year-old WRX owners...are you:

    1)Out of the house, financially independent?

    2)Living at home, paying your parents rent?

    3)Living at home, parent-subsidized?

    No criticism intended, merely curious.
    Well, I'm 18 and my parents had to put the down payment of 2000 down. However, I pay 190 for it a month for the next 4 years. I could also pay for the insurance, but It's hard because I still have school, done in June. Once I graduate I can pretty much work full time and support myself while attending a trade school. So for the first 8 months, I do have some help from the parents, but it's cheaper for them then if they bought me a car flat out for 3000 or 4000 like they planned to.

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    22 just bought it from Dallas Texas brought it back to Kansas (military) stage 3 already <3_<3

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    What about 4) Out of home, parent subsidized
    That might be for older than 18 though, but I'd say that is a very common situation these days.
    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    Okay, I get curious to see what others are doing, now that I have a teenager.
    You 18-year-old WRX owners...are you:

    1)Out of the house, financially independent?

    2)Living at home, paying your parents rent?

    3)Living at home, parent-subsidized?

    No criticism intended, merely curious.

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    Just bought a 2013 WRX.

    I am 24.

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    Im 18, living at home, don't pay rent, full time student, manager of a small business and trying to have my '12 paid off within about a year and a half of ownership

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedsterX View Post
    What about 4) Out of home, parent subsidized
    That might be for older than 18 though, but I'd say that is a very common situation these days.
    You could be right, especially if the kid is in school.
    I guess I'm a meanie. If the kid is living on their own, and I'm subsidizing them, the apron strings will be cut quickly indeed when they pull up in a new WRX.
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    Sorry to go back a couple of weeks....

    I was pretty keen for a lotus esprit for a while. Very attractive IMO, plus they are the best handling in Gran Turismo.

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    I'm 19 i bought my 2013 wrx without my parents and this is my second car. i never thought i would fall in love with my wrx. I want to keep it forever

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    Recently purchased a 13 hatch. Had it for about a week now I'm 29

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    I'm 40 and got my 06 in 09.

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    i was 26 when i got mine. it was my birthday gift to myself. i have had it for about 4 months now and absolutely love it.

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    I am currently 24 and am looking at buying my first car and want to make it a 2013 hatchback. Still a few months out from really getting to the buying process. I am just curious as to how well dealers typcially help out with financing. I am looking to save up a good amount to put down, but I don't want to have a payment of more than $350. Hopefully I can make it work out.

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