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This is a discussion on What is the average age of a new WRX/STI owner within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Luv it, welcome to the 50 club. I bought mine at 53..ok close to 54..but no regrets, great car for ...

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    Luv it, welcome to the 50 club. I bought mine at 53..ok close to 54..but no regrets, great car for it's purpose. I like it because it's a unrefined sports car for this day and age. Nothing like the no frills 70's sports cars, but you still get the driver experience !!!!
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    31 and first Subaru. Been wanting one since I was 18.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsantos1082 View Post
    31 and first Subaru. Been wanting one since I was 18.
    Well worth it?

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    32 and waiting for my White STI to show up.....

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    You are going to love it. I'm 74, got the 2014 hatch, needed the room inside. Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsibanez View Post
    Well worth it?

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    Yes definitely. I didn't want to buy it until I was financially stable.
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    31 and first Subaru. Couldn't be happier.
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    32, first WRX and Subaru

    Wanted an Audi S4 but couldn't justify either buying 3-4 year used or paying $20k premium over the brand new 2015 WRX limited. This is a 2nd vehicle for me to mainly commute to work and keep miles off my Tundra TRD (boat tow vehicle). I also wanted a somewhat "adult" looking car. Previous WRX were always a bit on the "fugly" side in my opinion and the 2015 is a home run from a looks perspective.

    My important list was:

    1) decent gas mileage
    2) fun/excellent handling
    3) relatively quick
    4) seat 4 people
    5) trunk that can fit a couple bags of golf clubs
    6) 6 speed manual
    7) awd

    very few cars on the market that meet those requirements

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    52 now. Late 40's when I owned 03 WRX, 04 STi, and 05 LGT. I've since moved to and Audi S5.

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    22 here. White STI gets here June 1st.

    Hard work pays off. Instead of partying and having a social life I've been working> <

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    29 - First Scooby, Love it :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by latebreak View Post
    32, first WRX and Subaru

    Wanted an Audi S4 but couldn't justify either buying 3-4 year used or paying $20k premium over the brand new 2015 WRX limited. This is a 2nd vehicle for me to mainly commute to work and keep miles off my Tundra TRD (boat tow vehicle). I also wanted a somewhat "adult" looking car. Previous WRX were always a bit on the "fugly" side in my opinion and the 2015 is a home run from a looks perspective.

    My important list was:

    1) decent gas mileage
    2) fun/excellent handling
    3) relatively quick
    4) seat 4 people
    5) trunk that can fit a couple bags of golf clubs
    6) 6 speed manual
    7) awd

    very few cars on the market that meet those requirements
    Wow, "fugly"??? That's not nice
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    I'm Extremely Lucky in that I am 17 and got mine this past Saturday. Love every bit of it. Talk about a dream come true!!

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