This is a discussion on The Official 2015 WRX & STi Thread within the New Cars/Prototypes Forums forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by russ_sc Also I was in your situation and decided to get the car sooner rather than ordering ...
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Stable: 2014 Hyundai Veloster Turbo (Matte Grey), 06 LGT, 98 RS, 16 Crosstrek
Resident Clubdub Debbie Downer. I'd love your ideas if you kept them to yourself. Subarus suck, get a new wife.
Never argue with idiots. They'll drag you to their level and beat you with experience.
For those wondering. Here is a wingless STI
Thank you. Now I know we can. I'm going to the local dealer today to look. Pure coincidence.
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Any of you finding the key doesn't go into the ignition smoothly?
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Just some exhaust videos.
I just watched that video before you posted it. It sounds SO good. I really love the exhaust note.
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Official Subie owner as of 01/10/11
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Bye bye Bimmer
Hellooo '11 REX
I just got notified my June delivery date has been pushed up to possibly this Monday, but no later than May 9th! Now I'm freaking out because I wasn't quite sold on the car yet. I've sat in a couple, but haven't driven one. I didn't think it was to die for when I sat in them . (I sat in the same limited model I have ordered.) Plus, I have never owned a turbo Subaru, and wonder about reliability. I maintain my cars per manufacturer recommendations, don't really mod, and have always gotten 150,000 miles or more out of my vehicles without ANY issues. I'd expect the same out of this car but after reading forums, I'm concerned. Any thoughts from the crowd still reading this thread?
That being said, this motor (in different variations) has been used in the BRZ and 2014+ FXT's. Neither of those cars have any compromised reliability. If a Subaru is taken care of it will last just as long, if not longer, than most brands out there. Reliability would honestly be the last thing on my mind. Subaru has proven themselves in that arena time and time again.